I believe it's his real speech, with a few composite moments.  It
sounds like other interviews I've heard -- and different from most
singing voice examples in my head.  You're not alone in making that
comment about the voice.     Feel free to suggest post topics or
additional videos to review for the blog in the comments.


On Sat, Dec 27, 2008 at 5:28 PM,  <da...@lang.hm> wrote:
> On Sat, 27 Dec 2008, Samuel Klein wrote:
>> Hi,
>> The Lennon video that's been murmured about for weeks has been
>> released.  I'm curious to see reactions from the list.  If anyone
>> makes a screensaver version of the opening sequence, which I love,
>> I'll send you my first attempt at a memory-doubled XO.  I'm hoping to
>> get more details about how it was made to post as well...  It's had
>> 50,000 views (wow, make that 65k since I wrote this draft at lunch) in
>> the past day.  Details and a couple other awesome video links are up
>> on the blog.
>>  http://blog.laptop.org
> personal opinion here, I don't like using digital fakery to make dead
> celebreties say things that they never said (movies that are clearly fiction
> are an exception to this)
> In this case I think the quality of the audio splicing also leave a lot to
> be desired (but then again, I've never listened to recordings of Lennon
> talking, so it could be his real speech pattern)
> the other videos on the blog are very interesting. I hadn't heard of this
> blog before, thanks for the pointer.
> David Lang
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