Monday, May 28, 2012

The Museum of Endangered Sounds

Brendan Chilcutt wants to make sure that we don't lose (or forget) any sounds as the world moves along and new technologies replace old ones. To that effect, he has created The Museum of Endangered Sounds, an ongoing project.


via Nag on the Lake

6 comments:

  1. That's odd. I got the video to work just fine but not the audio. Oh well. On to some more blogs.... Oh, how I've missed this!!!

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  2. I'm sorry about the audio. Not sure why that happened.

    In a LOL moment, I decided to check it out to see what the problem was, forgot that my speakers were turned way up and nearly blasted myself out of my seat when I clicked on one of the images and the audio blared so loud that I was scrambling for the volume button. (I guess it's still working on my end).

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  3. Yeah, I checked and the site is up again. This is great stuff.

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  4. Gee, Myrna. I'm glad it's "still working on [your] end", LOL. Thanks for both the LOLs in that last comment!
    (Still can't get the audio, but that's okay. I tried going there through Google, got the same web site, and still didn't get the sound. I've given up.)

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  5. Anonymous, thank you for letting me know that it worked for you. This helps!

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  6. Elaine, (groan), I can't believe you caught me in that one. Sorry about the sound not coming through. Sometimes things just don't seem to travel well.

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