Trimalchio wrote:There's a radio station of some sort that only speaks Latin on the web. I forget the URL but I'm sure Google could help you.
Alatius wrote:I'm keeping a list of links to recordings online here. There are also a not so few recordings using italianate pronunciation on the net, but I have only included sites which use the restored classical pronunciation.
I am beginning to learn Latin now, at age 58. Can somebody direct me to a source that audibly voices Latin words? I am studying Wheelock's Latin and Hans H. Orberg's Lingva Latina, Pars I, Familia Romana. Obviously, to hear some of these words spoken aloud would be invaluable to the learning process.
Can some one point me to sound files, online Latin dictionaries with audio capabilities, CD ROMS, etc?
Gonzalo wrote:I have no experience with the audio offered by Orberg himself at http://www.pullins.com/txt/LinguaLatina.htm#set_1 but I've heard that they are fairly good ones and they've been recorded by Orberg himself. I encourage you to follow and post every doubt which arises.
I also highly recommend Alatius' and Metrodorus' sites.