Hi there, this involves PHP and [url removed, login to view] We are creating software to help people learn a language. We want to use javasonics to: - play WAV files we have - allow the student to record a word or sentence - match to see if the students sound matches the sound of the teacher (ie a pre-recorded WAV file) ---> if there's a match, display a tick ---> if there's not a match, do not display the tick - play our recorded files slower There are a few more details, but this is the general idea. Is this something of interest? Here's a response from javasonics: You can use ListenUp to record the students voice. Then it can be uploaded to your server along with additional information (name-value pairs). You can then play it back at a leter time and do your comparisons. Note that ListenUp just does the record+upload and download+playback. The classroom application would be something you build around ListenUp. There is a speed control option in the transcription package. That is normally used by medical transcriptionists to slow down a doctor's speech while they type up the report. The transription package requires an additional license option.
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