Full immersion emulation
curiousmarc3 at gmail.com
Fri Mar 3 02:50:48 CST 2017
Then you are the one that asked for the permission to use the sound of my "Golf Ball Madness" Selectric video (shameless plug: https://youtu.be/vOIPN70f_-Id ). A) go right ahead and B) turns out I have a high end recording studio installation at home. I can record clean high quality samples for you, just contact me off list for exactly what you need.
Talking about old computer sounds, for the story, you'll be happy to know that the punched card reader sounds used in Hidden Figures are from "our" IBM 1402 at CHM, recorded from... a cell phone.
> On Mar 1, 2017, at 11:14 AM, Charles Anthony via cctalk <cctalk at classiccmp.org> wrote:
> Part of the iconic mainframe experience is the cold room sounds; for early
> Multics installations (and other systems) the sound of the Selectric
> operator's console.
> I/O Selectrics are rare, expensive and unreliable.
> If some good quality audio clips of a Selectric were available, it should
> be possible to jimmy up the console terminal emulator to make the sounds.
> So I am fishing for any existing audio clips with clean sounds, or someone
> with a Selectric that is willing to make some recordings, or a pointer to
> somewhere where all of this has been done already.
> -- Charles
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