… and none of them at all well.
We are gearing up to record several new nature sounds for WaveSong, in addition to eventually allowing the program to import user sounds. As nature recording neophytes, we found this article of interest on the BBC web site. Further nature recording technical advice from readers of this blog will be welcome.
Check out this restrictive early license agreement for a 78 record, circa 1909. (kudos boingboing) A phonograph cylinder Edison EULA, 1907-ish, is also mighty fine. [related posts: License to Nil]
Just for kicks, we wanted to see what one of our previous posts would look like if translated in “simple hax0r”, using a translator found on DeGraeve.com. Th3 0th3r day 50m30n3 call3d w1th an 1nt3r35t1ng pr0bl3m. H3 want3d t0 r3c0rd ht3 phar 51d3 uv a t3l3ph0n3 c0nv3r5at10n u51ng h1z lapt0p 50und d3v1c3, and h3 d1d [...]
Enjoy this collection of theremin-like experimental electronic circuits, found on YouTube. Resistive Graphite + Theremin Ciruit Slide-O-Phon Light photo-theremin Opto Theremin Optical Theremin Oscillator Bent Pikaremin HEM – Home electronic modular Other Potaremin Jaremin – pitch only Theremin in a jar guitar theremin…(experiment n° 3)
The other day someone called with an interesting problem. He wanted to record the far side of a telephone conversation using his laptop sound device, and he did not have access to a regular telephone line to use one of the telephone recording interfaces described here. He was using a VOIP phone device that plugs [...]