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The Audio Corpus

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Ftiafpi:
The purpose of this thread is to create a list of all the canonical audio clips in one central location.

UPDATED: June 3rd, 2013 :P

You can download the collection of spoken dialog from Dr. Frommer here: http://archive.org/download/FrommerSpokenNavi/FrommerSpokenNavi.zip

Also, here is a listing of individual audio files (for linking to from the forum/wiki/or other websites):
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(had to put it in the code command since the forum keeps auto "correcting" the link to something completely different)

Most of the examples are from Dr. Frommer's Na'vi website: naviteri.org

Thanks to Erimeyz for the original listing of interviews with Frommer

                                                                                                                                     

Here is a listing of other audio samples that are embedded in interviews that I couldn't access to add to the above collection:

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/art/blog/2009/12/usc-prof-says-youre-speaking-my-language.html
PBS Newshour interview
2:56 - Oel ngati kameie.
"I see (spiritually) you."

                                                                                                                                     

Here are the source interviews for the compiled dialog collections linked at the top:

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=121350582
National Public Radio interview
1:09 - Kaltxì, ma Renee. Oel ngati kameie. Ngaru lu fpom srak? Tsun oe ngahu pivängkxo a fì’u oeru prrte’ lu.
"Hello, Renee. I See you. Are you well? It is a pleasure to be able to chat with you."
1:24 - Kame ngat.
"I See you." (short form)

http://www.vanityfair.com/online/oscars/2009/12/brushing-up-on-navi-the-language-of-avatar.html
Vanity Fair interview - audio clip is partway down the page
Kaltxì. Ngaru lu fpom srak?
"Hello. How are you?" (literally: "you have well-being, yes/no?")


ABC News Nightline segment
2:44 - Fì-vrrtep fìtsenge lu kxanì!
"These demons are forbidden here."
3:55 - Tsun oe ngahu pivängkxo a fì’u oeru prrte’ lu.
"It is a pleasure to be able to chat with you."

http://www.scpr.org/programs/patt-morrison/2009/12/22/the-language-of-avatar/
Southern California Public Radio interview
1:24 - Kaltxì.
"Hello."
10:47 and 11:03 - meoauniaea
One of Frommer's favorite Na'vi words - English meaning not yet defined
13:17 - Kìyevame.
"See you soon"
13:23 - Eywa ngahu.
"Eywa be with you."

http://forum.learnnavi.org/news-announcements/a-response-from-paul-frommer!/
Response to 'Ma Sempul' by Frommer
Direct link to download/listen to just the MP3 of this:

http://www.archive.org/download/FrommerSpokenNavi/FrommerLetter.mp3

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Erimeyz:
I forgot to include the time code for the PBS interview:

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/art/blog/2009/12/usc-prof-says-youre-speaking-my-language.html
PBS Newshour interview
2:56 - Oel ngati kameie.
"I See you."

Ftiafpi:
Added

Erimeyz:
I've added pointers to the isolated clips to the Audio Corpus section of the Corpus page on the Learn Na'vi wiki: http://wiki.learnnavi.org/

I've also created a Pronunciation Guidance page on the wiki, and included the clips there as well.

  - Eri

Ftiafpi:

--- Quote from: Erimeyz on January 18, 2010, 06:37:56 pm ---I've added pointers to the isolated clips to the Audio Corpus section of the Corpus page on the Learn Na'vi wiki: http://wiki.learnnavi.org/

I've also created a Pronunciation Guidance page on the wiki, and included the clips there as well.

  - Eri


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Sìltsan ma tsmukan, I was going to do this but never got around to it, irayo.

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