|Voiceless Alveolar Stop (Lower-case T)|
Articulator: tip of the tongue
Point of Articulation: alveolar ridge
Manner of Articulation: (Oral) Stop – A complete closure is made between the articulator and the point of articulation. Since the oral passage is blocked, air pressure builds up in the mouth. When the closure is stopped, an abrupt release occurs.
Voice: voiceless – vocal folds are apart and are not vibrating.
Ultrasound – half-speed
|Ken Stevens (1962)||X-Ray|
|University of South California||MRI; with noise||http://sail.usc.edu/span/videos/tai.mov|
|SpeechTrainer.de (Youtube)||Animation; intervocalic token||http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eS_qnHo0XFI|
|Georg Heike (Youtube acct)||Dynamo synthesized speech (of German sounds)||http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tVwcNdS0mjM#t=02m19s|