tkDDT DTMF Detection App Snack now available for Ruby
Snack for Ruby. Stephen Legrand has a number of very nice sample applications available at his site.
PAMELA, a lipsynch aid for Moho, Lost Marble's 2D animation software.
SplitIt The Sound File Splitter
Snack is part of the AGNULA distribution of Linux sound software.
Snack for Ruby is a module developed by Stephen Legrand that interfaces Snack with the Ruby scripting language.
Dave Malham's BF package - Ambisonics for Snack .
Tom Wilkason's MP3 player - snackAmp.
Snack is used in the WaveSurfer sound tool environment.
A conference paper describing both Snack and WaveSurfer was presented at ICSLP 2000 in Beijing, China. WaveSurfer - an open source speech tool (PDF format).
Transcriber a free tool for segmenting, labeling and transcribing speech, built using Snack.
An article describing the Transcriber system, with some references to Snack.
Linguistic Annotation a page at LDC which describes tools and formats for creating and managing linguistic annotations.
Intra - Interactive transcription of speech. A tool developed by Johan Frid at Lund University.
SpeechSurfer a tool built using Snack was presented at THE EUROSPEECH '99 EDUCATION ARENA and included on the demonstration CD-ROM.
A paper which partly deals with the use of Snack was presented at the ICSLP '98 conference.
Some papers with references to Snack:
Kim, B., Lee, J., Cha, J., Lee, G., "?POSCAT: A Morpheme-based Speech Corpus Annotation Tool,"?
Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation,? pp. 567-
572, Athens, Greece, 2000.
Charfuelán, M., Gil,
J., Rogríguez Gancedo, C., Tapias Merino, D., Hernández
Gómez, L., ?"Dialogue
Annotation for Language Systems Evaluation,?" Proceedings of the Second International Conference on
Language Resources and Evaluation,? pp. 1551-1556, Athens, Greece, 2000.
Helgason, P., "Phonetic preconditions
for the development of normative preaspiration,"? Proceedings of the
International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, pp. 1851-1854, San Francisco, USA, 1999.
Frid, J., ?"An Environment for Testing Prosodic and Phonetic Transcriptions,"? Proceedings of the 14th
International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, pp. 2319-2322, San Francisco, USA, 1999.