Welcome to VoiceSauce - software that provides automated voice measurements from audio recordings. VoiceSauce computes many voice measures, including corrections for formant frequencies and bandwidths. This guide provides information about the function and capabilities of VoiceSauce, and offers a basic tutorial so you can get started immediately.

Originally written by Chad Vicenik and later expanded by Spencer Lin, this manual is now maintained by Pat Keating, with expert input from Yen Shue. Requests for additions are always welcome. To cite this manual: Chad Vicenik, Spencer Lin, Patricia Keating, and Yen-Liang Shue (current year). Online documentation for VoiceSauce. Available at http://www.phonetics.ucla.edu/voicesauce/documentation/index.html.

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Introduction Getting Started Parameters Measured Parameter Input and Analysis Data Output Settings