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The lingual voice is my translation of Michel Chion's term, the "voix acousmatique," discussed in the following subsection.
One of the more conventional kinds of rendu is what Chion calls the voix acousmatique, commonly employed as the voice-over: "sounds one hears without seeing their originating cause" (Chion 71-3).
10 In particular, consider the following: Insofar as it is not anchored to a specific source, localized in a specific place, the voix acousmatique functions as a threat that lurks everywhere ... its free-floating presence is the all-pervasive presence of a nonsubjectivized object, i.e., of a voice-object without support in a subject serving as its source.