Punctuate Like Victor Borge [remixed]: Fox News

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Original Assignment

Punctuate Like Victor Borge created by Alan Levine (for @ampersanddragon)
In the spirit of the Victor Borge Phonetic Punctuation, assemble a collection of sounds (real objects, your voice) that you can use to replace punctuation marks. Record an audio (or video) of yourself reading something serious- an academic paper, a dry English poem, and use the method to bring those commas, dashes, and semi-colons to life.

Remix Card: "Fox News"

Take whatever the assignment is an turn the volume up past 11, and sensationalize it, exaggerate it, pump up the intensity.

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The real phonetic news cast

The real remix assignment I found when was playing around on my tablet and found my original script for that other questionable assignment. This is much more deserving of a five star assignment. I recorded and edited this one in audacity. It took me a bit since I only played …

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Examples Created for Original Assignment

Tyger, Tyger Burning Bright…

For my last assignment this week, I chose this one for 2.5 stars. The challenge here is to recite a poem or other serious text and replace the various different punctuation with different sounds.

I chose the following poem, The Tyger by William Blake to recite.

The Tyger
by William…