The Albayzin Spanish corpus consists of 3 sub-corpora of 16 kHz 16 bits signals, recorded by 304 Castillian speakers.


The 3 sub-corpora are:

  • a phonetic corpus with 6,800 utterances of phonetically balanced sentences, including 1000 with phonetic segmentation;
  • a geographic corpus with 6,800 utterances of sentences extracted from a Spanish geographic database; and
  • a "Lombard" corpus with 2,000 utterances from various corpora

It was produced in 1998 after being designed in 1991-93 by a consortium of 6 Spanish research groups led by the UPC's Speech Processing group that currently belongs to the TALP Center. The corpus is being distributed by ELRA.

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