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Dial-up sound 700% slower (Creepy) - YouTube -
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"Most of the time is the initial identification tones, followed by the line equalization phase where the modems are sorting out the exact response of the line. The sounds near the end that are sort of like white noise are the data transfer. Part of the creepy is that the modems are using pitches that are not harmonically related. That is anti-musical (unless you are way out on the fringes) and denies you the ability to pigeon hole the sounds." From
It's not all that creepy, but it sounds cool. -
I feel haunted -
That's the right word for it. -
just checked it out in WaveLab. actually, this HAS been "enhanced" with EQ and chorused reverb. DISAPPOINTING. -
No displeasuring effect for me. I enjoyed that. -
my disappointment was in how the audio was misrepresented by the poster. -
rick roll at 800% was interesting.
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