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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by arkitect, Mar 28, 2008.
From the BBC:
Recorded in soot?
thats pretty amazing.
would like to hear it, and Edison's too for that matter.
guess i'll go searching around for 'em
I think there is a link to the recording on the BBC page. You actually can't "hear" much
but it still is an astonishing idea. 148 years ago
oh wow, i totally missed that link.
and yeah can't hear much at all :\
Is it on iTunes yet?
You can hear it here:
This article actually links to a piece where a Radio 4 presenter starts to crack-up laughing after hearing it, the recording is on there though.
I thought it was reporting the death of Abby Mann that did her in?
If it was sold on the iTMS, they'd have to label it "explicit."
I just want to hear the whole "recording" and find out if it can be freely used.
I personally thought it was incredibally scary sounding. Not just like, scary how that was figured out so long ago, but scary sounding. Creepy. Loved it though, amazing.
Wow that is freaky. All I could make out was the pitch changes. Reminds me of my grandfathers original Edison Phonograph. Very strange to hear sounds and music that are that old.
wow, that actually made me scared..how very very creepy can you get.
i totally agree with the poster above^^^^^...