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I summarized Scott Brumage's recent post for the FAQ:
A phonetic font which you can get by anonymous ftp from mac.archive.umich.edu. It is called PalPhon. There are actually two fonts: the basic PalPhon and one with additional accents and symbols called PalPi. The package includes some documents on using the fonts as well.
SIL-IPA is a set of scalable IPA fonts containing the full International Phonetic Alphabet with 1990 Kiel revisions. Three typefaces are included:
Each font contains all the standard IPA discrete characters and non-spacing diacritics as well as some suprasegmental and puncuation marks. Each font comes in both PostScript Type 1 and TrueType formats. The fonts are also available for Microsoft Windows.
These fonts were designed by the Printing Arts Department of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, Dallas, Texas.
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 220.127.116.11.
Linguist's Software Adobe (ITC Stone Phonetic [#255], Times Phonetic [#278])