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aural literacy: hmm delicious

If music be the food of love, play on. --Twelfth Night

Well, what about the sounds of food and their play with the mouth? I never really considered the rhetorical implications of sound until I started playing around with video myself. Thinking more about the power of sound, which is largely "overlooked" when considering the impact of visual modes, has got
me thinking about the sound I capture in video. Inspired by other vloggers (like Kevin O. of Video Haiku) who are using video to "see" sounds ordinarily ignored, this short clip explores the sounds of pizza, pre-consumption. Buen provecho!


It seems that some people are looking into sound and its "persuasive" qualities. Adrian North researches the psychological impacts of sound