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Re: AW: tricking sound editors and other forced randomizations

I've always thought modem sounds were pretty cool and rhythmical.  I 
if you could get some cool sounds by sending random files into a modem 
waveform generator?  Has anyone ever tried to create files that caused a 
modem to play songs, etc?

> > you have to set your input type (in the open file requester)
> > to "raw"...
>recommendations for file types to load? I tried a number of file types
>(copied them to *.raw and imported them into cooledit) but most didn't
>sound very interesting - most turned out to be just a loud hiss or
>something. bitmaps had a little internal structure but not very
>=      michael peters
>=      electronic music & strange attractors
>=      http://www.mpeters.de/mpeweb

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