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On Wed, Jun 20, 2012 at 12:10 AM, Hugo Cesar de Castro Carneiro
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> So, my conlang phonology was reduced to 6 phonemes: /æ~e~i/, /ɑ~o~u/,
> /p~b~t~d/, /p~b~k~g/, /b~β~m~d~ð~z~n~l~r~j/ and /b~β~m~g~ɣ~ŋ~ɫ~ʁ~w/.

I must be misunderstanding you.

If someone said [be], the second sound is clearly the front/high vowel
phoneme, but what (phonemically) is the first sound? The way I
understand your allophonic ranges, any of the four consonant phonemes
can have the phonetic realisation [b].

Cheers,
Philip
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