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On Jun 17, 2013, at 11:59 PM, Alex Fink <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> I have some ideas for a random phonology generator which would
> overcome certain features I came to find limiting about the model I
> used in Gleb.
> 
> I understand that software models of the vocal tract exist, that allow
> you to specify the positions over time of the various articulators and
> then compute what the resulting frequencies / airflows / whatever are.
[...]
> Does anyone happen to know of one like this?  Or indeed anything about
> what the modern state of affairs in the field is?

I don't, unfortunately, although I'm very interested. I'd particularly like some code that can model likely vs. unlikely sound changes. (Perhaps I could go through _Evolutionary phonology_ and build one myself without recourse to a vocal tract model.)