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This page lists a variety of useful resources for phonological research and linguistic field research.
A number of unicode fonts now contain IPA symbols (e.g. Arial Unicode MS). An excellent unicode font is:
Doulos SIL [Web page]
The IPA Chart:http://www.langsci.ucl.ac.uk/ipa/
Interactive IPA chart [Web Page]
Weston Ruter provides a free online IPA keyboard: [Web page]
With some work, the Microsoft Keyboard Layout Creator can create custom keyboards; a custom keyboard can make entering IPA symbols very easy and quick.
Praat is an extremely popular and powerful speech analysis tool. [Web site]
A Windows program for helping with analyses in Optimality Theory. [Web site]
Hayes, Bruce, Bruce Tesar, and Kie Zuraw (2003) "OTSoft 2.3.1," software package, http://www.linguistics.ucla.edu/people/hayes/otsoft/.
McManus and de Lacy's Affixer
PHP scripts and a MySQL database used in the analysis of affix combinations in English [Web site]
Ono, Tsuyoshi, Arienne Dwyer (2011) Course on audio recording.