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Creak, also referred to as vocal fry or glottal fry, is a perceptually distinctive vocal occurrence that is frequently produced in running speech. The presence of creak causes problems in speech processing particularly with f 0 and spectral analysis. However, as creak frequently occurs in natural spoken communication and as it often carries important segmental and paralinguistic information we believe that applying appropriate processing methods for the study of creak in spontaneousdblp:conf/icphs/KanePHG11 fatcat:5p3wi6odlvb3poo4mtmb7ddf44