About VEGESIGNES Font
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Ever since my first years at primary school, I realized after watching an oscilloscope function, the CRT technique allowed us now to "see" how to behave speech sounds and all the others, sounds that had always been invisible, except to see changes in our mouths, our lips and our tongues.
With the vibration wave form that we then discovered I was put on the track to change the letters or characters to reflect the principles that the oscilloscope reveals about the propagation of sound. And these three principles are simple telling.
1 ° The horizontal line is silent. This means that within our sound environment, since any horizontal line represents the lowest frequency, like land or the ground where we stand, we need to change as much as possible the characters in order to faithfully reflect this principle that the lowest and down line into our writings must include comprising the primary, and as a first example, the letter "t".
Afterwards, we must make an absolute corresponence of this silent down line to all written characters. So we must modify all existing characters that are showing features downward below the normal line of writing.
2° The sounds path never goes back to it's starting point. They are the engines of the time. They are still advancing.
So, characters that involve circles or semicircles must all be unblocked or opened.
3° The distinct sounds of the other ones never shows two curves sounds for a single one, on the oscilloscope. Each distinct sound is a vibration that is only different from the next sound that does not resemble him.
So, characters with separated points or seconded accents must all be changed. All these points and accents must be written as part of the specified character and must be stuck.
|Font Name||VEGESIGNES Regular|
|Created||10/21/2011 9:15:41 PM|
|Modified||10/21/2011 9:15:41 PM|
- Basic Latin
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- IPA Extensions
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