The Music Of Speech: Autotune Punditry And Charles Spearin’s Happiness Project

Fitting for punditry itself, this video is both awful and hypnotic at the same time.  The one fascinating artistic “merit” here is the way they highlight the musicality of human speech to its musicality (even though they do it in an ear-splitting way):

Some day, I want to give a proper review to Charles Spearin’s amazing Happiness Project which takes instances of everyday people’s natural musicality of speech and builds songs out of them.  A short version of the coming review:  the cd is brilliant, elegant, fascinating, inventive, and gets played constantly on my ipod.  Buy it.

For today, this taste of Spearin’s brilliant project will have to do:

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