Using Digital Audio for Research

Nicholas Thieberger thien at UNIMELB.EDU.AU
Wed Jun 28 04:37:45 UTC 2006

Pacific and Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered 
Cultures / Sydney Humanities and Social Sciences e-Research 
Initiative Workshop

Using Digital Audio for Research

Presenters: Dr Linda Barwick, Director, PARADISEC and Frank Davey, 
Audio Preservation Officer, PARADISEC.
A free workshop covering: the range of research applications for 
recording and analysis of digital audiovisual media; questions of 
sustainability and archiving of audiovisual data; tools and resources 
for archiving, analysis and presentation of digital audio; the role 
of recordings in humanities disciplines; and using audio recordings 
in presentations and teaching. Includes hands-on sessions using 
Audacity sound editing software and Transcriber speech annotation 
When: Friday 28 July, 10am - 4.30pm
Where: Computer Room 109, META Centre, Brennan MacCallum A18, The 
University of Sydney
Further information and bookings: Vi King Lim 
<mailto:vi.king.lim at>vi.king.lim at or 
phone (02) 9036 9557.

More detailed information and schedule available at 


Project Manager
Pacific And Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures

nicholas.thieberger at
Department of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics
University of Melbourne
Vic 3010

Ph 61 (0)3 8344 5185
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