WikiSpeech is a content management system for the web-based creation of speech databases for the development of Spoken Language technology and basic research. Its main features are full support for the typical recording, annotation and project administration workflow, easy editing of the speech content, plus a fully localizable user interface. (For the creation of a new speech database, it is only necessary to open a new project within WikiSpeech, provide a link to any static project information pages and upload the prompt material to be presented to the speakers.) Recordings and annotation are performed via the WWW in a independent manner on any Java compatible computer. WikiSpeech currently has been localized to four languages: German, English, Romanian and Russian.

TLA-team: WikiSpeech requires a fast internet connection, CPU of at least 1.2 GHz,
128 MB RAM and 50 MB free hard disk space. It can be operated on Windows
2000, XP or 7. JAVA Runtime Environment must be installed. Wikispeech
requires a data upload capacity of 50 MB per session. Recordings are
performed with the beyerdynamic Opus 54.16/3 headset and Opus CV3 adapter
(which are provided by the Institute of Phonetics and Speech Processing).
Webpage offers in detail explanations of recording procedures.