Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: The "backwards" speech & other effects
From: email@example.com (Tim Maroney)
Date: 1990-04-21, 16:49
Reply-to: tim@hoptoad.UUCP (Tim Maroney)
There were very distinct backward echoes in the speech. That is, the
effect you get by taping sound, reversing it, adding an echo, and then
re-reversing it, so that the echo comes before the sound. This would
also be compatible with performing in reverse, as has been suggested.
However, I think that a deliberately strange inflection and possibly
(as my friend Chris suggests) some pitch-bending would account for it,
and it would be a lot less work.
-- Tim Maroney, Mac Software Consultant, sun!hoptoad!tim, firstname.lastname@example.org "But don't you see, the color of wine in a crystal glass can be spiritual. The look in a face, the music of a violin. A Paris theater can be infused with the spiritual for all its solidity." -- Lestat, THE VAMPIRE LESTAT, Anne Rice