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Customer Service (Call Center) Audio datasets

Audio datasets of call center recordings are hard to find as those are usually privately owned and subject to various privacy laws (which differ from one country to another). Unfortunately, it is ...
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Speech audio files dataset with language labels

I suggest looking at the SpokenLanguages2 dataset, which is very extensive, containing a bit more than one hour of speech for each of the 172 languages: https://community.topcoder.com/longcontest/?...
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Audio Datasets Featuring Different Speakers Saying the Same Sentence (English)?

The speech accent archive: uniformly presents a large set of speech samples from a variety of language backgrounds. As for English, the following subset contains the sentences: Please call ...
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Speech audio files dataset with language labels

Maybe you can do something with https://rhinospike.com/language/ It's a bit like Tatoeba mentioned above edit : Take also a look at librivox (public domain audiobooks). It comes with an API, then you ...
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Database of English words pronunciation

Take a look at Project SHTOOKA
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Is a spoken digit dataset available?

https://github.com/Jakobovski/free-spoken-digit-dataset is a free spoken digit dataset (FSDD). As an added bonus it comes with a few useful python utility functions. I created this dataset because I ...
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Speech audio files dataset with language labels

I've found something else. It is called the wide language index. See on github. It consists in a listing of radio podcasts. It's pretty impressive in the numbers of languages covered. Note : It was ...
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Audio Conversational Dataset?

Oyez all recorded audio of Supreme Court since 1955. Not sure if that fits... Internet Archive's Audio Collection looks like it has a few channels worth checking out. I'd have checked them out and ...
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Required a audio format baby crying data set

donateacry-corpus repository is an infant cry audio corpus that's being built through the Donate-a-cry campaign. It doesn't look maintained and the campaign itself appears dead, but the data remains! ...
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Dataset of radio stations live streaming URLs, collaboratively curated

The site radio-browser.info might be what you look for. It is a community-curated, public domain dedicated collection of radio streams from all over the world. As of July 2016, it contains just over ...
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Phones dataset for speech recognition (not telephone number)

You can find US and British english language phones at university linguistic departments such as Berkeley, Ca. Though, what is useful for speech recognition are the features in statistical acoustic ...
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Database of English words pronunciation

Maybe the Macmillan Dictionary API can help you
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Dataset for musical Instruments recognition

The NSynth dataset contains labelled audio samples from various instruments over a range of pitches. The data is prepared for use with TensorFlow and also available in JSON/WAV (metadata/audio) ...
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Required a audio format baby crying data set

The DCASE2017 challenge, task: Rare Sound Event Detection has a dataset which contains baby cry (as well as glass breaking and gunshot). The target sounds were collected from the FreeSound database.
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Male/female recognition by voice

This is not really possible. You may be able to do something like "train a neural network to classify a person's gender similar to the way that most people within a culture would classify a person's ...
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Looking for labeled audio data for sentiment

As with many new areas of research, this doesn't seem to be a domain with much truly open data, but you may be able to contact academic researchers about using datasets they have compiled for their ...
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Speech recognition english corpuses

List: http://kaldi-asr.org/doc/examples.html (mirror) List: https://voice.mozilla.org/en/data: Corpus: https://voice.mozilla.org/en
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Audio data set of (telephone) conversations and their transcriptions

Most telephone recording datasets are privately owned by parties who have access to such data like for example call-centers and tech-support companies etc. This data is subject to various privacy laws ...
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Music partitions for piano

There is a wide selection of sheet music that was created with the Musescore, the leading open-source music notation program. You can filter by instrument and licence. Please note that there is a ...
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Dataset of radio stations live streaming URLs, collaboratively curated

There is a (short) list of Creative-Commons friendly Internet Radio Stations. This meets your license criteria but not the global scope you are probably hoping for. In this list you have a short meta-...
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Is a spoken digit dataset available?

How about the UCI in Arabic? Ther are not exactly audio files, but it gets the job done. https://archive.ics.uci.edu/ml/datasets/Spoken+Arabic+Digit
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Speech audio files dataset with language labels

Maybe you can check this website, it collects many audio-related datasets. https://www.audiocontentanalysis.org/data-sets/
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Where to download the Forvo database?

I guess because it's part of Anki, it's somewhat related, but I just stumbled on this A half-automatic Forvo Downloader You select the field you want the audio to go into and press an editor button ...
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Cafe, library ambience noise database

Cafe, library etc are known in the audio research communities as "scenes". Automatically classifying based on the audio from which scene it is from is known as "Acoustic Scene Classification". So ...
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Dataset of explosion audio (or video with audio) recordings

I think this is probably what you are looking for Google-audiose-explosion. Also you might find other audio datasets that might fit into your search criteria under https://research.google.com/audioset/...
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Male/female recognition by voice

Mozilla just released the Common Voice dataset https://voice.mozilla.org/en/datasets Each entry in the dataset consists of a unique MP3 and corresponding text file. Many of the 1,368 recorded ...
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Detailed Noise level datasets

From before, we have found the following datasets: NTNU Koopen https://github.com/Faiga91/Koopen Collected by researchers at NTNU university in Trondheim Norway. 5 sensors covering an open area at ...
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Audio data for sentence type classification

There's a audio data corpus called TIMIT. Although it is not free (you should be a member of ldc or pay) https://catalog.ldc.upenn.edu/ldc93s1, you can find free version here https://github.com/...
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Is there an emotion speech detection - accurate classifier or large dataBase available publicly?

There are many datasets available out there, with different set-ups (no noise/ noisy) targeting various emotion classes (positive/negative, anger/happy/sad etc.) and covering various languages (Arabic,...
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Looking for audio data set for English words

Pete Warden from Google organised efforts around a simple set of command words that might fit your needs (i.e., you wanted lots of variety even if the range of words was somewhat limited). They cover ...
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