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Listening to “Martin Luther King with his Language removed” kind of hurt to listen to. It was like an old CD -ROM that had been scratch, dropped and befouled  many times. Yet, I couldn’t help wanting to hear more, and hear what Mr. King was trying to say. I could tell it was so powerful and full of meaning because there were so many people cheering and clapping. I felt like I wanted to be there, listening to what he was saying so I could understand why these people were cheering.

After a while, my mind tried to focus on the echo’s of his voice, but I still couldn’t understand. I think this audio recording was to show that sound can still have such a meaning, even though you might not know what its primary intentions are. Did it even have an intention?

 

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