Citations and Thanks

Citations

“6.00 Intro: Comp Sci & Programming.” Stellar, MIT, 2018, stellar.mit.edu/S/course/6/sp18/6.00/.

Andrew. “How to Export Individual Tracks: Garageband X Tutorial.” DIY GarageBand, 23 Oct. 2014, www.diygarageband.com/blog/garageband-tutorial-export-individual-tracks.

Boersma, Paul, and David Weenink. “Formant: Get Mean…” Praat: Doing Phonetics by Computer, 30 Oct. 2015, 23:57, www.fon.hum.uva.nl/praat/manual/Formant__Get_mean___.html.

Goodwin, Allen W. “An Acoustical Study of Individual Voices in Choral Blend.” Journal of Research in Music Education, 1 June 1980, journals.sagepub.com

Hayes, Bruce. Introductory Phonology. Wiley-Blackwell, 2009.

Ladefoged, Peter, and Keith Johnson. A Course in Phonetics. Wadsworth Cengage Learning, 2014.

Lee, Allison. “Jamily Reunion – Photo 14.” Facebook, Facebook, 14 Apr. 2018, www.facebook.com

“Matplotlib Bar Chart.” Python Tutorialspythonspot.com

Matplotlib: Python Plottingmatplotlib.org

“The Python Standard Library.” Python, Python Software Foundation, docs.python.org

Stanley, Joey. “A Tutorial on Extracting Formants in Praat.” Joey Stanley, 22 Dec. 2017, joeystanley.com

Thanks to…

Diana Wang for letting me borrow her microphone.

My participants for being in this experiment.

Allison Lee for her photography (the first slide) and this website’s front page).

6.00 at MIT, for coding experience and guidance in code design from my previous psets.

Ling 105 here at Harvard, for the phonetics background, including information from my psets.

All of the students and faculty that have made ES 25 such a cool experience!

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