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Poster on time-stretching audio @ NEALLT 2011

A wealth of authentic audio materials on the Internet are still out of reach for language learners, and an abundance of textbook materials not as personalized to the learners’ needs as they should since their audio speed cannot be adjusted in a naturalistic way. This poster presents a software that can batch-produce from mp3 and wma input files a user-adjustable range of audio output speeds and – for a more natural sounding output than the time-stretching mechanisms commonly built into current media players – differentiate between language and pause segments in the input when time-stretching: Time-stretching audio POSTER (big)

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