Save Our Sounds – A social powered audio archive from the BBC

I first learned about ‘Save Our Sounds’ via the BBC’s Digial Planet podcast. People from around the world are encouraged to share or request sounds from environments or devices from our regular daily experiences. Some of the initial sounds were once common to our daily life. For example, the sound of a dial-up modem or a dot matrix printer. The site includes an interesting map visualization for where submitted sounds came from. The project was launched in June 2009. Follow the project on twitter: @BBC_SOS

Visit: Save Our Sounds – A social powered audio archive from the BBC

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