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Moa adegu kimašio / Let's hear your conlang

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Moa adegu kimašio / Let's hear your conlang

Postby hashi » 2011-06-19, 23:06

Basically, I would like to hear some recordings of your conlangs :) Please provide:

- The recording preferably an .ogg, .mp3 or .wav (so there are no issues playing them, .wma can cause problems for some people); OR
- A link to a youtube video of you speaking/singing your conlang; AND
- The text you recorded; AND
- Rough IPA/X-SAMPA ('cause you all can read both ;) ) transcription of the text (optional); OR
- A rough pronunciation guide.

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If you don't have any decent recording software, I would recommend Audacity (Linux users should be able to find this in their repository, or for Ubuntu users, use the command below in Terminal).

Code: Select all

sudo apt-get install audacity


Most laptops (whether you realise it or not) have built in microphones, which if you have no other method, would be the best way. Sorry, but you now have no excuse :P

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Re: Moa adegu kimašio / Let's hear your conlang

Postby Æxylis » 2011-06-19, 23:42

đa, á irońeżolþarqazarrh
ѓа, ӕ ироњежолҵаръазаррђ
دي, أع إرونييجولثرازرره
ձ, ք իրօկէժօլթրազռռհ
yes, but> this.moment.use.passive.only-one
yes, but only one is in use at the moment
/ɟa a iɾoɲeʒolθaɹʔa zaɾ̩ɹ/

musnemahseŋkiadukamokaslamapimpc wäŋksimb
муснемађсеӈкиадукамокасламапимпш ўаъаӈксимб
مسنيمهسينّكيدكموكسلمقمقش وانّكسمب
մսնէմհսէկգյդֆգմօգսլմբմբշ ւակգսպ
often.alone.walk.like.person.me.after home.near.its
the person after me often likes to walk alone near his/her home
/musnemaħseŋkʲjadukamokaslamapimpʃ waʔaŋksimːb̚/
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Re: Moa adegu kimašio / Let's hear your conlang

Postby hashi » 2011-06-19, 23:53

I'll repost my most recent recording again: http://www.unilang.org/download/file.php?id=725

The text was:
Rogniamu na ta maloka rogniva, dan evđae mae al komoi preduina us asuriva. Evđa skalava mae, rogniam na ud gatae ruksi alna samen uši kaksiva or laupe oe nupriva.

As I try to pronounce it roughly:
/ɾɔgni.ˈamu na ˈta maˈloːka ɾɔgˈniva, dan evˈða.e ˈma.e ʲal ˈkoːmoɪ pɾedʉ.ˈina ʉs asʊˈɾiva. ʲevˈða.e skaˈlaːva ˈma.e, ˈɾɔgni.am na ˈʉːd gaˈta.e ˈɾʉksi ˈalna ˈsaːmen ʉʃi kakˈsiva ʲoɾ ˈlaʊpe ˈʲo.ʲe nʊˈpɾiva/

Gloss:
traveller.ACC .ENU1 two together travel.PAST, then they.GEN front .LOC bear.ACC warning .ABE2 appear.PAST. they see.PASS.PAST before, traveller .ENU one road.GEN side .LOC.REL tree behind hide.PAST .BEN3 branch on climb.PAST.

1. Enumerative particle
2. Abessive particle
3. Benefactive particle

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Re: Moa adegu kimašio / Let's hear your conlang

Postby TheRelicOfOwls » 2011-07-15, 12:44

Ṡi'alako:
Kar Ulakor uġigaṣli oṡ diṇaṣli iġiko. Kor Ġa'is diguṡi i'aga. Kur jigasaki pa A'ida. KAR! KOR! KUR!

kar ɵɭakoʊr ɵʝiːgaʂɭiː oʊɕ diːNaʂɭiː iːʝiːkoʊ. koʊr ɣʱaɪs diːgɵɕiː ʝaga. kɵr d͡ʑiːgasakiː paʔida. kar! koʊr! kɵr!

We have flown on Ulakor to build in the skies. We are now spread prosperously across Ga'is. Soon we will reach to the beyond. PAST! PRESENT! FUTURE!

I also decided to write it in the script:
https://picasaweb.google.com/110542054226654724315/GaIs?authkey=Gv1sRgCNbt86m-4aWknAE#5629634501689587922
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Re: Moa adegu kimašio / Let's hear your conlang

Postby Milya0 » 2011-07-19, 17:06

My text for 18th Conlang Relay.

[Emyt]

Rokat elban ętov por-mośiuh.
Otparboś-var'ątov ni virkinketboś-gutantǫtov.

Dezik ni daiveginśek rogỹtov saelbane sokiuh.
Veginśek dyraptǫtovrak ni iśśantǫtov,
ynrek pylmet rurintǫtov elbantorek.
Sapylmet rurintǫtov ni kalrezętov,
sav nuptątovrak ni terantǫtovrak.
Mizan mukiś ętov porevoh.
Samukiś rerątov bolka-kahliśinak ni tankaltǫtov mizan.
Vą dezik ni daiveginśek nǫekkętov,
yn nǫit satankal-solnįtov.
Dezik teśarątov.

[English]

There is a living statue in a corner of house.
It tells (narrates) a story and hopes for pleasing.

A man and his little fox are sleeping near the statue.
Little fox starts to wake up and shouts
because smoke is rising from the statue.
The smoke is rising and twisting,
then becoming small and dissapearing.
There is much snow on the big house.
The snow is smooth like apple skin and very beautyful.
However, man and little fox are the only ones,
who see the beauty.
The man laughs.
Qroo₃₁ kaa₄ cro₂ kraa₃ kaa₄ qo₄₁ cra₄₁ ka₄ qoo₄₂ krá₄₂.

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Re: Moa adegu kimašio / Let's hear your conlang

Postby razlem » 2012-04-12, 21:47

Bump. I'd like to hear other people's conlangs :3
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Re: Moa adegu kimašio / Let's hear your conlang

Postby Kēwēkamē » 2012-04-12, 22:59

Well... the only thing I've recorded so far that doesn't sound awful (or is out of date - 'Still Alive' and 'Want You Gone', I'm looking at you) is this: the first six paragraphs of the prologue to the Fellowship of the Ring in Evelēranēl. Here.

Enjoy. Or don't. Your choice. :wink:
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Re: Moa adegu kimašio / Let's hear your conlang

Postby Narbleh » 2012-04-19, 18:02

Got some oldish videos of lame Sjal poetry on Youtube. Some minor things have changed, like some spelling things, but not the sound of the language:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpD89ib661I
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jyAiH9lRT-E

There are some words in there that are more agglutinative than they would be now. They have some suffixes I can't decipher.

I'll try to record something a bit more recent :)
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Re: Moa adegu kimašio / Let's hear your conlang

Postby razlem » 2012-04-20, 2:19

A snippet of Angos:

It's a little faster than I would usually speak, but this is what I imagine it would sound like among fluent (fingers crossed) speakers.

http://vocaroo.com/i/s0hdYJzuVMxU
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Re: Moa adegu kimašio / Let's hear your conlang

Postby Aleco » 2012-04-20, 16:01

Aweosme hearing your languages ;) Yours really reminds me of Meankieli and Saami, Narbleh!

So I translated that Coke commercial to Calean a while back. However, I am still going back and forth on the specifics of the sounds a whole lot. Especially regarding δ/d and the vowels. (As of now, /θ/ and /ð/ are both valid representatives for <δ>)

Recording of Cálos

Cáráδid, henáδid
Merenáδid a véráδid
Iléuláδid o acérar
Ilenáδid o aoaδar
Liúáδid, enúáδid
O mócál a himó tid
O mó ine a ínine tid
Úilágáδid, úilennáδid
Oćodem a abahadem
O lamt sýbúa móadem
O hnít syrlanem abid
O vamar soce icerid
Élciodem, sempridem
Meri élreindidem
Émid a leδod
Δranod lé eδót


For the big one and for the small one
For the brave, for the wimpy
For the strangers who show sympathy
For the commoners who cry
For the believer, for the skeptic
For the one who is able to love and [the one who] doesn’t love
For the one who loves a lot and a little
For the inventor, for the explorer
For your dreams and for your hopes
For your beliefs that stayed strong
For the one who sat next to your bed
For the friends who kindly care
For your [dear] family, for your [dear] home
For your experience
For us and for everyone
For every soul in the world
Native (no) Fluent (en-us)
Understands (sv) Understands (dk) Studied (ja)
Understands some (nl) Mom's side of the family (fo) Studies now and then (et) Curious about (cs)

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Re: Moa adegu kimašio / Let's hear your conlang

Postby Kēwēkamē » 2012-05-21, 19:55

Alright, so I dug this up and decided that it wasn't that out of date. Lunalèt (Junolà) - aka Portal's "Still Alive". In Evelēranēl. I was bored one day about a year ago and recorded it.
Yes, that is my voice, moved up a few keys because I sing the darn thing too low. So no, I don't actually sound like a six-year-old. The 'other' singer in the last verse is also me, also altered. I don't sound like that either. The harmony in the second chorus is me, not altered. In case you care.

THE LINK.

Enjoy. Or don't. Your choice.
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Re: Moa adegu kimašio / Let's hear your conlang

Postby hashi » 2012-05-21, 23:59

Kēwēkamē wrote:Alright, so I dug this up and decided that it wasn't that out of date. Lunalèt (Junolà) - aka Portal's "Still Alive". In Evelēranēl. I was bored one day about a year ago and recorded it.
Yes, that is my voice, moved up a few keys because I sing the darn thing too low. So no, I don't actually sound like a six-year-old. The 'other' singer in the last verse is also me, also altered. I don't sound like that either. The harmony in the second chorus is me, not altered. In case you care.

THE LINK.

Enjoy. Or don't. Your choice.


I'm surprised. It sounds a lot different to what I had imagined. I also did not realise you're a female.

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Re: Moa adegu kimašio / Let's hear your conlang

Postby Dormouse559 » 2012-05-22, 4:07

Since I'm too clueless and lazy to go about uploading sound files to the internet, I don't have any recordings I can share. :noclue:

But Silvish, my romlang, can be approximated by entering an altered version of the written language into http://www2.research.att.com/~ttsweb/tts/demo.php and choosing one of the Latin American Spanish voices (I like Alberto; unlike his female counterpart, he speaks at slightly less than a thousand miles per hour :P ). Here's an example text:

Si tuovis el omosepsualidád, es eteris darrás acuzartu perrvaisi persesten a partrír es infanchos omis. Ela curiostát es ela vera baz dieducachoni é si tu mi diches vaila curiostát ferít ele cato, digo solamént vail cato morít noblamént.


The original text looks like this:

Si tu ovis el homosepsualidád, ês heteris darrás acuzár-tu perva esi persesten a partrír ês infanços homis. Ela curiostát es ela vera baz di educaçoni e si tu mi dices va ela curiostát ferít ele cato, digo solamént va el cato morít noblamént.
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Re: Moa adegu kimašio / Let's hear your conlang

Postby Kēwēkamē » 2012-05-22, 15:30

hashi wrote:I'm surprised. It sounds a lot different to what I had imagined. I also did not realise you're a female.

Well, it's changed quite a bit phonetically since its n00blang days (because honestly, that's what it was at first. I've since modified, but it still retains a really, really idiotic vowel system). The other recording, the Lord of the Rings one, is more what it sounds like now.

And yes. I am female. Fear me. :twisted:
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Re: Moa adegu kimašio / Let's hear your conlang

Postby Irkan » 2012-05-28, 17:19

Well, this is how the first paragraph of the Lord of the Rings would sound in Hiranai. I'm sorry about my pronounciation and some tonguetwistings there were during the making of the recording, my own language is a bit difficult for to speak fluently (paradox, where? :roll: ) Maybe in some time I'll upload an improved version. Well, here it goes, hope you like it:
http://vocaroo.com/i/s01QUXxWznsm

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Re: Moa adegu kimašio / Let's hear your conlang

Postby Kēwēkamē » 2012-05-29, 19:26

Irkan wrote:...my own language is a bit difficult for to speak fluently (paradox, where? :roll: )...

I know the feeling. HyPry's phonetics was the worst mistake I've ever made, but I'm not about to change it.
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Re: Moa adegu kimašio / Let's hear your conlang

Postby Quetzalcoatl » 2012-05-30, 12:01

From Mordor with love :mrgreen:

http://vocaroo.com/i/s0r9MbphLpNH

kholja anai - nak wei swošanti
wanjo kišanwoi ačafjanti,
aš mjanro ukroš wei sono laipjanti
ya lanjo sjašul kimjočanti

(ring-INT.SG one-ACC.SG to 3PL.ACC enslave-SPN
and VIR-all-ACC find-SPN,
to darkness-INT.SG black-DAT.SG 3PL.ACC then lead-SPN
and eternal-ADV 3SGN-LOC bind-SPN

[k'oʎa a'naɪ nak 'wɛɪ swo'ʃãtɕi
'waɲɔ ki'ʃãwɔɪ atʃa'fjãtɕi
aʃ 'mjãrɔ u'krɔʃ wɛɪ 'sɔnɔ laɪ'pjãtɕi
ja 'laɲɔ 'sjaʃul kimjɔ'tʃãtɕi]

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Re: Moa adegu kimašio / Let's hear your conlang

Postby Dormouse559 » 2012-06-07, 7:39

I finally got around to recording a little bit of Mironese. This is the first sentence of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (Syîkanî Kromü kû Syutrükatiaddi) read with a strong West Coast English accent. :P

http://vocaroo.com/i/s0YjwZxuke4c

Syutrüzyi kâvoco nusüâ bilonine xet önutuere littrazyà guzyie xet katie.
[ʃutɾyʒi kɑ̃votso nusɥɑ̃ ʋilonine het œnutwɛɾɛ liθɾaʒɐ juʒjɛ hɛt ˈkatjɛ]
Human-pl all be.born-3pl free-ACC and deserve-PRS.PTCP equally dignity-ACC-pl and right-ACC-pl
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.

EDIT: I just realized I let a small error get through. "Littarazyà" should have been "littrazyà". Fixed in the text, but not in the recording.
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Re: Moa adegu kimašio / Let's hear your conlang

Postby razlem » 2013-11-28, 1:23

Got around to translating a monologue I wrote a few weeks ago.
https://soundcloud.com/razlem/angos-mon ... servations

Le samac-kuwio lae ine kafe-oyos otali, sefe lafu ansa. Wo te otala fe le om-ans-lagos lae nae te aksala. Tafe gatii wi-ceo hie ceo lae to gia nife mi omo. To hawaso fe le li kamo; hawaso fe le li hiantei amani eyfos. Mice le lo taluu desa to. Le lo taluu desa kotayi ceo.

“Fi omo ki? Ce lo ke nifea wo? Wo sefame wesea wi bagos mate lo nae ke iska los tongwe li gio. Talua idu esa ine wi sios mate lo nae ke mana wi taleko hibye lo wesea fi migono lae mwe le masaos ye sios lae mena fi eyfos.”

“Wo fi ceo sele bali de osi omo. Wo olo lae esa bene fi le bati hefo. Wo te wia. Wo sefame awkela sefe wakali hodo lae koda wo wesea mate wo nae mana taleko fe yi omo. Nae gelaa dafe di bagos.”

Desi na-omo inea fe dolos. Le senso lae ine sobaos estela. To nifeu bisaa mana lo. Le wio lae sahana, le lafi tel-kodo, oso des-ulana le wio fe fi otali omo. Tafe feti tipo lae fea fi le kafe-oyos. Senso fe ayn omo mu kosena de ando, ye ando, ye entayi sobaos ikana. Lo sahana hibye ayn ceo hiante hawsko, nafaso, enegio, wakala. Ye to sahana hiante soli hawsko inea fe dolos.

“Le wo nifeu me ulana” otali soyuso mwe mi omo. Le to fala, le to nae istinu desa noa kwe falo, ye fo solu de ondo. Le to donu noa, le to donu sensa, mice le to noa, nae ke cea. To atempa nae yada lo, mice lo sahana ine ti noo. To nae bisaa tayla soyuso isue do isala, le to istinu me ulana ye me tayla. Mice le to nae bisaa ayni isue mi kodo bisau cea. Andi omo kaela walo bene le to: wia le to, wia kyolio, wia isalo. Ye le isalo nae bimili, hie ceo lae to fu sensa. Osi kuloso sensa tekani. Mice to talua sahana. To selenu ye kulameu talua cenga osi laho, osi ideo, osi wi-ceo mate bimila ti senso. Ye walo wia, sahana hiante to kasola. Talua ansa mwe walo, wia walo, akia walo mate lo nae eska lo walo. Samino lae besela nae koneca he ayn minuto. Bisau naele samino de ayn minuto.

Sol-ayni, tafe taleka, mice mano koda to kimau yada. Fo koda to sensa deso lae oso mate to. To talua teyka mana, isue mi kodo bisau cea. Kodo lae to neu da. To sayu nae mana. Man-gego kali meno. Akii anyo hiante soli kuloso. Ye to solu koponaa, ce lo sensa somo? Ye to sahana hiante soli hawsko inea fe dolos.
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how to hear SostiMatiko

Postby SostiMatiko » 2014-01-08, 19:26

Sorry i have not a recording ready, my free time is too little for it, but i have tried http://translate.google.com/, it works well, except for "x" in SostiMatiko (i suggest: substitute with "h" before you use this method:
you use the "find and replace" function to replace all x into h, and substitute full stops with e.g. - (a dash);
then paste the SostiMatiko text in http://translate.google.com/, and tell the machine to translate it from Esperanto or Swahili or Indonesian or Turkish or even from some other languages into English; then the computer has a loudspeaker icon on the LEFT side (right under the text on the left, to be translated into English), click to hear. I give you a SostiMatiko sample (without the /x/ sound) to paste:

agapo mato sostio kas kako mato ftorio.
ano ewon uperesioso frasi “ejno to sostimo mato, to: panton worai”.
kakon gonion uperesioso akra ani kako mato.
engoso gnosi ano ewo sostio mato ano anotero.
SostiMatiko fraon agapioso sostesi panto matiko.

(Of course, the translation given by machine will be irrelevant, don't care about it. I describe this process only to enable you listen to SostiMatiko, NOT to get a translation)
ॐ भूर् भु॑वः सुवः त॑त् सवितु॑र् व॑रेणियं भ॑र्गो देव॑स्य धीमहि धि॑यो यो॑ नः प्रचोद॑यात्


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