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2015-04-15 20:47:21 -0500 commented answer frequency of phonemes in American English

You might check out Phonological CorpusTools (http://kchall.github.io/CorpusTools/) to more easily search such corpora without extensive programming knowledge. E.g., if you have the Buckeye corpus, you can load it in to PCT and do a "summary" of the corpus to get frequency counts for each phoneme.

2015-04-15 20:42:53 -0500 answered a question Any dataset of English consonats in VCV contexts?

Are you interested in natural speech? e.g., the VCV sequences extracted from real words such as "about," "banana," "kilo," etc., as they might be produced in natural speech? or are you looking for pre-recorded sets of VCV sequences recorded in isolation as in a read wordlist? If it's the first, looking at something like the Buckeye corpus (http://buckeyecorpus.osu.edu/) or any other spoken corpus would probably provide you with what you need.