"Lab-quality phonetics freeware that can record and analyze speech sounds in mono or stereo. While it's not difficult for lay users to pick up, it's designed for linguists and students of linguistics as well as other scientists and researchers who need to analyze human speech. It supports speech synthesis, including articulatory synthesis. It also creates high-quality images of data suitable for publication". (Download.com)
"The IViE corpus contains recordings of nine urban dialects of English spoken in the British Isles. Recordings of male and female speakers were made in London, Cambridge, Cardiff, Liverpool, Bradford, Leeds, Newcastle, Belfast in Northern Ireland and Dublin in the Republic of Ireland. Three of our speaker groups are from ethnic minorities: we have recorded bilingual Punjabi/English speakers, bilingual Welsh/English speakers and speakers of Caribbean descent."
"This clickable map opens up links to ultrasound tongue videos showing a comparable set of words and a spontaneous-speech excerpt for speakers from the British Isles, Canada and New Zealand. Please hover over the red marker icon with your mouse until it turns into a pointing finger. You can also zoom in or out. To close the list of links if no X (close) appears in the top right-hand corner, please refresh browser."