This is not a conlang.
|From:||Adrian Morgan (aka Flesh-eating Dragon) <dragon@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, November 17, 2004, 14:39|
This is not a conlang; it is utter nonsensical gibberish:
(I apologise for the quality of the recording but I have not found
affordable equipment that will do better.)
However, utter nonsensical gibberish is a very worthy topic of
I have learned that it is a skill few people have developed. Most
people find it very difficult to divorce their speech organs from the
semantic brain and produce truly nonsense speech that is not recited.
However, any musician with experience in improvisation is acquainted
with the method, the only difference being that here the instrument is
the mouth and the domain is that of phonetics, not pitch.
How many conlangers find it easy to produce nonsense syllables that
mean nothing in any language, real or invented, yet have the
appearance (e.g. the cadence and phonetical variation) of real
Secondly, am I completely correct in my belief that the sample I have
given really *is* indistinguishable from real speech, or would an
appropriate statistical analysis of the phonetics probably reveal some
hidden unnatural features?