Links

Links to websites on phonetics

  • Online English phonetic transcription tools 7
    Online tools to translate your English text into its phonetic transcription using International Phonetic Alphabet.
  • Desktop English phonetic transcription tools 4
    Desktop tools to translate your English text into its phonetic transcription using International Phonetic Alphabet.
  • Online Phonetic keyboards 9
    Online tools to to write a phonetic transcription
  • Desktop Phonetic keyboards 1
  • Static Phonetic Charts 0
  • Interactive Phonetic Charts 0
  • Phonetic Blogs 11
  • Online Dictionaries with phonetics 6
  • Dictionaries on Phonetics and Phonology 1
  • IPA Symbols in Unicode 3
  • X-SAMPA 5
    The Extended Speech Assessment Methods Phonetic Alphabet (X-SAMPA; /ˌɛksˈsæmpə/) is a variant of SAMPA developed in 1995 by John C. Wells, professor of phonetics at the University of London. It is designed to unify the individual language SAMPA alphabets, and extend SAMPA to cover the entire range of characters in the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). The result is a SAMPA-inspired remapping of the IPA into 7-bit ASCII. SAMPA was devised as a hack to work around the inability of text encodings to represent IPA symbols. Later, as Unicode support for IPA symbols became more widespread, the necessity for a separate, computer-readable system for representing the IPA in ASCII decreased. However, X-SAMPA is still useful as the basis for an input method for true IPA.
  • IPA Fonts 3
    Fonts with the symbols of the International Phonetic Alphabet
  • Phonetics in Braille 4
    IPA Braille is a braille code for the transcription of the International Phonetic Alphabet
  • Why phonetic transcriptions? 3
    Reasons for using phonetic transcriptions