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Community driven

SpeechBrain has been designed to help researchers and developers. The future of SpeechBrain highly depends on this community engagement. Anyone can clone the code, develop new functionalities, raise issues, or create a new discussion. With SpeechBrain we hope to start a symbiotic relationship between the toolkit and the research community.

Contributing to SpeechBrain

Contributions can take various forms (see our dedicated page):
1. Researchers can propose and implement new functionalities through pull requests. To ensure high-quality standards, each new pull request will be reviewed by a core team member.
2. Sponsors can contribute financially or with human resources by contacting us via email.

SpeechBrain needs you in order to evolve!

Referencing SpeechBrain

  title={{SpeechBrain}: A General-Purpose Speech Toolkit},
  author={Mirco Ravanelli and Titouan Parcollet and Peter Plantinga and Aku Rouhe and Samuele Cornell and Loren Lugosch and Cem Subakan and Nauman Dawalatabad and Abdelwahab Heba and Jianyuan Zhong and Ju-Chieh Chou and Sung-Lin Yeh and Szu-Wei Fu and Chien-Feng Liao and Elena Rastorgueva and François Grondin and William Aris and Hwidong Na and Yan Gao and Renato De Mori and Yoshua Bengio},


SpeechBrain is released under the Apache license, version 2.0. The Apache license is a popular BSD-like license. SpeechBrain can be redistributed for free, even for commercial purposes, although you can not take off the license headers (and under some circumstances you may have to distribute a license document). Apache is not a viral license like the GPL, which forces you to release your modifications to the source code. Also note that this project has no connection to the Apache Foundation, other than that we use the same license terms.

From a legal and copyright point of view, SpeechBrain has been created by Dr. Mirco Ravanelli and Dr. Titouan Parcollet. There is no legal institution associated as an owner of SpeechBrain.


Sponsoring allows us to further expand the SpeechBrain team highly increasing the number of new features coming out. It also helps to ensure high quality standards by being able to properly manage the various issues and pull requests coming from the community. If interested do not hesitate to contact us via e-mail .


Partners are organizations that dedicate important human (or hardware resources) to the SpeechBrain project. They are involved in the decision process by participating in meetings.


We would like to thank the following individuals who contributed to SpeechBrain: