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Archives of voice recordings could provide a source of information for voice scientists and clinicians interested in voice analysis and in cultural and historical changes of vocal styles and qualities. Large collections of sound recordings exist that could be used as databases for such inquiries, although no comprehensive list of such collections currently exists. A preliminary survey of major collections is presented. Voice scientists and voice archivists have many common areas of interest in the recording, reproduction, copying, and analysis of sound. The Recording and Research Center, as part of its ongoing research in establishment of standards for voice analysis, has begun an archive of laboratory recordings. A protocol for recording trained, normal, abnormal, and neurologically impaired voices is in development. This survey of sound archives will continue as well.
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