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Speech Coopora

 
 
Name of corpus   Description  
  ANIR Corpus   The "ANIR" (Automotive Noise and Impulse Respones) corpus allows investigating automtove speech and audio prcesscing. Currently, impulse responses are measured from different sources (mouth loudspeakers, car loudspeakers) to different sinks (ear microphones, in-car microphones). Additionally, severy driving conditions (standstill, slow and fast speed) are recorded in terms of noise examples. Details ...  
  SPID Corpus   The "SPID" (SPontaneous In-car Dialogues) corpus allows investigating - for the first time ever - the communication between speakers inside a driving car and the Lombard effect that emerges at different driving speeds. Currently, speech recordings are made in order to analyze the effects of an in-car-communication (ICC) system on speech production at different driving noise levels. Details ...  
  SUMS Corpus   The "SUMS" (Speech Under Multiple Stressors) corpus allows investigating the effects of multiple stressors to speech. This corpus addresses the questions on which basis and in which way all the different stress types shine through and combine in the acoustic speech signal. We used several stressors that form a taxonomy of stress factors. Pink noise served as an external stressor. A further stress factor, cognitive load, was created by asking quiz questions. Details ...