Voice Commands in Canadian French (Adults)
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Voice Commands in Canadian French
Speech, Voice Commands
This data set contains recordings of voice commands without a wake word in Canadian French (fr_CA) of 100 participants of age 15-65 (e.g., "Alexa, raconte-moi une blague."). The participants recorded their voices remotely using our in-house platform solution, Robson. Each participant has recorded on average 71 utterances (minimum 53, maximum 75). This data set contains the voice command only. The data set of wake words is available in a separate data package. Recordings are grouped by participant IDs and can be mapped to the phrase text. The data set comes with a complete phrase list and speaker metadata.
Data Set Details
Audio Sampling Rate
The number of times the audio is sampled per second, usually measured in kilohertz.
706 kb/s (constant)
Data Set Demographics
The country in which the data was collected.
The language the participant uses in the data set.
The regional accent that is used in the data set.
Français québécois - dialectes de lest (région de Québec) et du nord Français québécois - dialectes de louest (Montréal, Sherbrooke, Trois-Rivières) Western provinces French - Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, Northwest Territories Quebec French - Western Central Dialect (Montreal, Sherbrooke, Trois-Rivières...) Quebec French - Western Central Dialect (Montreal, Sherbrooke, Trois-Rivières...) Quebec French - Quebec City/ Capital Dialect, Northern Dialect, Eastern Dialect Ontario French - North, South Français des provinces de louest - Saskatchewan, Alberta, Colombie-Britannique, Territoires du Nord-Ouest Français ontarien - Nord et sud
The gender breakdown of data set participants.
65.0 % Female, 35.0 % Male
The age distribution of data set participants.
15-65 years old, average 35 years old, median 33 years old
Number of Speakers
The total number of different voices in the data set.