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Sound Off! // Comment Klatsch #13: Most Memorable Sound of 2013

Sounding Off2klatsch \KLAHCH\ , noun: A casual gathering of people, esp. for refreshments and informal conversation  [German Klatsch, from klatschento gossip, make a sharp noiseof imitative origin.] (Dictionary.com)

Dear Readers:  It’s a new year, and the SOCK returns with our now annual tradition of listening back to the past year.  Join us now and the first Thursday of every month. We’re listening —J. Stoever-Ackerman, Editor-in-Chief

What was the most memorable sound of 2013 and why? 

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Sound Off! // Comment Klatsch #2: Song that Rocked Your (Social) World

Sounding Off2klatsch \KLAHCH\ , noun: A casual gathering of people, esp. for refreshments and informal conversation  [German Klatsch, from klatschento gossip, make a sharp noiseof imitative origin.] (Dictionary.com)

Here you go, Readers, our interactive discussion question for February 2013, coming from Sounding Out! regular writer Osvaldo Oyola.    Remember, enjoy responding to others but feel free to push the conversation in new directions as well. As the Isley Brothers would tell you, It’s your klatsch/Do what you’re gonna do/ We can’t tell ya, who to SOCK it to!–JSA

What song (or songs) have marked an introduction to a new social world in your life — whether it be to an institution (like a new school or job), a movement or subculture, or a new set of friends?

Sound Off! // Comment Klatsch #1: Most Memorable Sound of 2012

Sounding Off2klatsch \KLAHCH\ , noun: A casual gathering of people, esp. for refreshments and informal conversation  [German Klatsch, from klatschento gossip, make a sharp noiseof imitative origin.] (Dictionary.com)

Dear Readers:  It’s a new year, and SO! is kicking off a new feature designed to spark spontaneous conversation!  Sound Off! // Comment Klatsch will be appear on the first Thursday of every month (well, all except for today–the MLA meeting interrupted our best laid plans) and it will feature one question for open discussion curated by our editors and regular writers.  That’s it.  One single solitary question, standing alone, ready to face whatever you throw back at it.  No slate of sub questions. No wall of bullet points for you to think about. And, after today, no guiding introductory statements.  Just a question, and I hope,  lots of generative, interactive and exciting conversation in the comments that will spark new ideas, relationships, and debates in the study of sound.  So mark your calendars–next SO! Comment Klatsch will be February 7th–brew up a cuppa joe, and let Sounding Out! SOCK it to you.  And then SOCK it right back to us! —J. Stoever-Ackerman, Editor-in-Chief

What was the most memorable sound of 2012 and why? 

Comment Klatsch logo courtesy of The Infatuated on Flickr.

 

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