So, let's say I have several mp3 files with native speaker's pronunciation. What I need is playing one of them, pronounce after it and so on with the next sound pattern. Then play all the sequence and look for my errors.

Currently I can do it with Audacity, but it takes rather long. Thanks in advance!

  • It is probably an offtopic, but your question is basically about manual advance through the playlist (e.g., stopping after each track, needs to press a key to re-play or advance to the next). Only several players have this feature. WinAmp/Windows: Prefs - Playlist - "Manual playlist advance"; also check One Track Mind/iOS and BlueMuse/Android (long press on a track) – bytebuster Dec 17 '13 at 14:24
  • Praat is also a handy and free phonetics program, though I think it'll definitely be overkill for your needs. – RECURSIVE FARTS Dec 17 '13 at 15:58
  • @bytebuster , I'm sorry if I've not expressed it clearly, but I need the app to grab my own voice and play all the sequence, which includes native speaker's pronunciation and my own. – user2881 Dec 17 '13 at 22:19
  • This question would be on-topic on the Software Recommendations beta site, and would be on-topic on the proposed Languages site, but I don't think it's about linguistics per se, it's about language learning. – hippietrail Jun 19 '14 at 6:24
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    This question appears to be off-topic because it is about language learning. – hippietrail Jun 19 '14 at 6:25

yourpronunciationlab can do that. This app automatically replays the sample, records your repetition, replays the sample and the repetition together then the process starts from the beginning.

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