While conducting a search for voices of foreign languages, I stumbled upon your sound clip here and decided to use it to accompany a post I wrote for Duolingo (www.duolingo.com), quite possibly the best free language learning platform on the World Wide Web today (and no, I don't work for Duolingo or get paid to say that).
Anyway, as I listened to your audio clip, I got to wondering what it would sound like if more than one language was used and at what point the words become indecipherable to even speakers of multiple languages. If $387,000 of taxpayer money can be spent on studying “Swedish Massages for Rascally Rabbits," surely some money could be devoted to studying something of this nature.
Regardless, I really love what you did with the audio here and if you ever do another incorporating several different languages, please send me a message to let me know about it. I'd love to hear what it sounds like. In the meantime, if anyone would like to read my post and how it pairs with this audio clip, you can link to it here:
P.S. Where did you learn to record and mix? For those who know virtually nothing about this art form, how would you suggest they go about it? Are there any schools or courses (free/online or otherwise) and/or books/websites you would recommend attending/reading/visiting?
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