ttc:the audio component

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My good friend at Nunc Scio recently posted an colorfully worded open letter to the the TTC this week, and I decided to record a little audio companion guide for it. The letter describes a subway filled with very anxious people crowded and shoving, fuming and furrowing and I figured the 9 am street car at University and King would give me and everyone a taste of that.

WRONG. It’s the weirdest recording ever because even though the car was packed, everyone was dead quiet. You can hear buttons clinking on my jacket as I got off. Creepy.

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3 thoughts on “ttc:the audio component

  1. [...] [18/01/08]: Audio Blogmeister JoshuaVT has posted an audio companion to this post up on his site. Check it out. January 16th, 2008 by graeme in pop snark | [...]

  2. Valery says:

    ha! weird. I pictured people’s floating, shuffling feet and they all have bird faces!

  3. [...] couple weeks back I posted a rather eerily quiet recording of a full street car during rush hour in Toronto. So many people, so close together, and no one was [...]

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