the last man reading

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  1. I enjoyed following the erased texts as you read, and the peculiar pleasure of hearing the unfamiliar actual voice of a familiar writing one.

    Perhaps you should now erase / splice together parts of the recording to make of it a new spoken text…

    • Glad you enjoyed it. I hadn’t thought about doing an audio erasure, but that is a good idea! It would probably turn out much more random, as narrowing down the splices to individual words or phrases would be tough. I think I’ll do some experimenting.

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