Another Forced Alignment workshop!

Everybody’s forcing alignment.

In case you missed this on Linguist List:


Workshop 01 of Methods @ LingLab Workshop Series, University of Konstanz

About this event


February 28th and March 1st, 2-4 pm Central European Time


Universität Konstanz (Online). Zoom link will be shared one day ahead of the workshop with all attendees, via e-mail.

Dr Patrycja Strycharczuk

Senior Lecturer in Linguistics & Quantitative Methods @ The University of Manchester

Forced Alignment for Speech Research

This workshop will be an introduction to forced alignment, an automated procedure for phonetic segmentation of speech, which uses orthographic transcription as input. Forced alignment substantially speeds up the processing of sound files for analysis, and in some cases, it can be used to fully automate aspects of phonetic analysis. In the workshop, I will introduce several web-based forced alignment services, and provide hands-on training on how to use them. This approach does not require advanced computer skills. The workshop is intended for researchers who have no experience with forced alignment and who would like to use it for acoustic analysis. It will be introductory and therefore accessible for undergraduate students.

LingLabs at Konstanz

Linguistische Labore (LingLab) | Forschung | Fachbereich Linguistik

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I am a bit confused, is this going to be f2f or remote?

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Sorry, I just edited the post to add the eventbrite link. As far as I can tell it’s Zoom only.

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