Mono phonetics and vocabulary (Schrag, 1998)

Collection Descriptive Notes
Schrag, using English for slates and French with the consultants, prompts two native speakers (male) to voice various examples of Mono phonetics and a long list of vocabulary. The locale is the SIL Center in Yaoundé, Cameroon.
Collection Technical Notes
DATs are dubs made from the original analog tapes. “The goal of this project is to study the acoustic phonetic properties of Mono, a language spoken in the northwestern corner of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.”--from Ken Olson’s proposal to the LLA of 5/21/98 (now kept in JJT's files). WAVE files are now converted to MP3s.
This collection has no playable audio.
Title Contributor Medium
Mono (D.R. Congo) [...] Tape 1 Schrag, Brian (interviewer); Fox, Mike (recorder); Kilio (consultant); Ama (consultant) DAT
Mono (D.R. Congo) [...] Tape 2 Fox, Mike (recorder); Schrag, Brian (interviewer); Tebenekouzou, Kilio (consultant) DAT
Mono (D.R. Congo) [...] Tape 3 Schrag, Brian (interviewer); Fox, Mike (recorder); Tebenekouzou, Kilio (consultant) DAT
Mono readings [...] Tape 1 Shrag, Brian (interviewer); Fox, Mike (recorder); Ama (consultant); Tebenekouzou, Kilio (consultant) DAT