- CMU Pronouncing Dictionary
Carnegie Mellon University's machine-readable pronunciation dictionary for North American English. Contains over 125,000 words and their transcriptions.
- International Phonetic Association (IPA)
Promotes the scientific study of phonetics and the practical applications of that science. Includes the International Phonetic Alphabet, conferences, and an electronic newsletter.
- Resources for Studying Human Speech
Directory of resources for linguists and language students studying linguistic topics such as English phonemes, speech analysis and synthesis, and speech recognition.
- Studying Phonetics on the Net
Resources for studying spoken English. Includes sites addressing IPA phones and phonemes of English, variations in the sounds of English, speech waveform analysis, text to speech synthesizers, and online tutorials and courses.
- Interactive Sagittal Section
Interactive diagramatic explanation of the voice, place, mannerism method of describing the speech sounds of the IPA.
- Speech Internet Dictionary (SID)
Provides concise definitions of technical terms used in phonetics, phonology, speech and hearing science, and allied disciplines.
- International Phonetic Alphabet Chart, The
Reproduction of the full chart. Also includes such sections as pulmonic and non-pulmonic consonants, diacritics, suprasegmentals, and vowels.
Devoted to the pronunciation of the names of people and places in English. Includes pronunciation guide and audio.
- International Society of Phonetic Sciences, The (ISPhS)
International society serving phoneticians from all over the world. Seeks to foster and develop all aspects of phonetics in all countries.
- Voice of America Pronunciation Guide
Provides pronunciations of foreign words, names, and places for Americans. Includes audio files as well as pronunciation guides.
- Atlas of North American English
Provides an overall view of the pronunciation and vowel systems of the dialects of the U.S. and Canada. Includes CD-ROM.
- Acoustics of the Voice
Outlines scientific study of acoustic properties of the vocal tract. Includes explanatory notes.
- MAS Model of Vowel Perception
A model of vowel perception and production based on raw complex waveforms.