Dial-up modem sound slowed 700% is 100% creepy

You know how when you slow a Justin Bieber song down by 800%, you get a neat ambient track? Well if you do this kind of thing with the most horrible sound in the world… OH MY GOD I CAN NEVER SLEEP AGAIN

The audio you hear in the video was created with a program called PaulStretch.   It can stretch audio out pretty much as long as you want without affecting pitch, with the result sounding pretty smooth. It’s the audio of a modem connecting and exchanging a small amount of data.

10 Responses to Dial-up modem sound slowed 700% is 100% creepy
  1. Will Reply

    Eerily beautiful!

  2. Michael Hart Reply

    Would love to just hear a standard slowed down version (ie, without the correction) – just to see what it sounds like without the artefacts that the stretching introduces.

  3. Leon Reply

    I heard something like that in the Matrix movie.

  4. Jordan Garland Reply

    Throbbing Gristle eat your heart out.

  5. Nils M Reply

    Now I only have 7 days to live :P

  6. jive Reply

    It wasn’t that creepy.

  7. Malthe Reply

    I liked it. I find slowed music tracks e.g. Justin Bieber much more horrifying.

  8. Rob Nugen Reply

    hahah this is like a fast version of what the world sounds like to God *all the time* hahahahaa

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