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Speech Adjusted Noises (SAN) for German speech recognition tests

Zinner, Christina; Winkler, Alexandra; Holube, Inga

These sound files were created to use as speech simulating noises for five different German speech test materials. Every speech adjusted noise was generated by superimposing the corresponding speech material 30 times according to [1]. The used speech test materials were: Freiburg monosyllabic speech test [2], Oldenburg sentence test (German matrix test [3]), Göttingen sentence test [4], Hochmair-Schulz-Moser sentence test [5], and monosyllabic rhyme test according to von Wallenberg and Kollmeier [6]. A more detailed description and speech recognition results are available in [7].

File                               Speech material                   Reference to speech test

SAN-FBE.wav                  monosyllables                                   [2]

SAN-OLSA.wav               matrix sentences                                [3]

SAN-GOESA.wav            everyday sentences                            [4]

SAN-HSM.wav                 everyday sentences                            [5]

SAN-WAKO.wav              monosyllabic rhyme words                  [6]

 

Funding: This study was supported by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF-Project Innovation network for integrated, binaural hearing system technology [VIBHear]), together with funds from the State of Lower Saxony.
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