Linguistics 103: Links to useful phonetics resources
Department of Linguistics
2101G Campbell Hall
Ladefoged's sound files for learning phonetics
Reserve readings for this course
Web page of the UCLA Phonetics Laboratory (research facility)
International Phonetic Alphabet/Association
Web page of the International
Phonetic Association (IPA)
The official IPA chart
Official sound illustrations of the IPA About 90 Mb of sound files from many languages.
Click-and-hear IPA chart. Authoritative pronunciations by Profs. John Wells and Jill House of University College London.
IPA training software from Summer Institute of Linguistics. Consonants pronounced by Peter Ladefoged, vowels by someone else. 31 meg download.
Vocal Tract Anatomy and Function
Animation of vibrating vocal folds (UCLA Phonetics Laboratory)
How to read spectrograms by Prof. Robert Hagiwara, University of Manitoba
Speech accent archive (George Mason University). Hundreds of speech samples of different English accents (many L2) with narrow IPA transcription.
Bruce Hayes's Phonetic fonts page
Links for particular classes
Wed. Feb. 29, 2012
blank space, on purpose
Bruce Hayes's Main Linguistics 103 Page