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What about fonts with the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) symbols?

I summarized Scott Brumage's recent post for the FAQ:

Shareware or free (PostScript Type 1 and/or TrueType):

Shareware or free (TeX):

METAFONT sources of the phonetic symbols developed by Tokyo-Shoseki-Printing and Sanseido are available. The font contains all of IPA (Internatioanl Phonetic Alphabet) symbols.

You can get phonetic symbols METAFONT (named TSIPA) from


The IP address for ftp.foretune.co.jp is


Linguist's Software Adobe (ITC Stone Phonetic [#255], Times Phonetic [#278])

Excerpted from The comp.fonts FAQ, Copyright © 1992-96 by Norman Walsh