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Processed Voice MP3

In the future, one won’t simply use scents, cosmetics and jewelry to augment one’s appearance. One will filter one’s voice through electronic systems that will, if so desired, give each syllable a halo crunch of guitar-like feedback, accenting each phrase with fractals of sonic decay. Or at least that’s what it sounds like on “Volume Becomes a Process” (MP3), a free download off A Mouth Full of Small Barks (Paper Goose) by Mormo (aka Tomasz Kaye). It opens with a woman telling a strange anecdote, her accent just about as rich as Kaye’s sound processing, atop a lovely backdrop of loungey music that eventually subsumes the monologue entirely. More info at papergoose.net.

By Marc Weidenbaum

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