How Speech Jamming Works
|How Speech Jamming Works|
|Broadcast Date||October 6, 2017|
|Hosts||Brian Brushwood, Jason Murphy|
Most people don't know this, but Jason was the two time back-to-back copycat world champion. He used to be able to mimic languages that hadn't been invented yet! But that all changed with the digital revolution. Suddenly people weren't so impressed with a kid from the burbs with a mouth like a mirror now that a computer could do it too, and with higher fidelity. It's been a hard road but he's finally at a place where he can talk about that experience, and maybe... even have a machine repeat him while he does it.
- Speech jamming research out of Japan
- Brian's Brooks & Dunn summer tour announcement newsletter from 2003
- Woody Norris's TED talk on hypersonic sound
- Mosquito noise app (iOS)
- Brian and Jason very briefly experimented with speech jamming in the season 1 pitch video for Hacking the System, a clip of which was shown in this episode.
- There weren't easy, practical solutions for getting both spoken audio and the app-delayed audio simultaneously, so all delayed audio in this episode is simulated in post.
- All tones at 14kHz and above were both recorded on mic and directly placed into the video to make sure that it came through on video.
- "Lovely Rita" by Birocratic
- "Twrk" by Tesk
- "Melanin" by Mt.Fujitive & ntourage
- "Morena" by emune
- "Revenge of the Little Bird" by baaskaT
| Preceded by:
"The Classiest Jello Shot on the Planet"
| How Speech Jamming Works
|| Followed by:|
"How to Survive a Knife Attack"