Here at CLMOOC, we’re always looking for ways to push the edges with collaborations and technology. After our friend, Alan Levine, posted an experiment or two around a site that remixed audio voices of contributors (such as the Emily Dickinson mixer), we asked Alan to help us configure a version for CLMOOC.
The CLMOOC Poem Voice Mixer is a forked project from Alan’s master project off Github (which you can also fork and use for yourself), and it uses text from an original poem, and a handful of voices from volunteer contributors in the CLMOOC community. Each remix offers up a different array of voices, all reading the poem together in a string of audio. (Forking a project means getting a copy of an original, with all the code, and making it your own)
Take a listen, and then hit remix, and listen again.
— CLMOOC friends
PS: Thanks to all voice contributors – Alan, Charlene, Jennifer, Kevin, Lauren, Ron, Sarah, Sheri, Greg, Terry, Wendy
PSS: You can also fork a version of our CLMOOC project off of Github and make your own remix project.
PSSS (is that a thing?): Listen to a further remix (headphones suggested) – The Cacophony Collage