This one in via @boe_dye. A bit buchla-esque. See if you can identify the classic dial-up modem transitions.
“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.”
“This was made with a program named PaulStretch, which can make this sort of thing from any sound files. I edited the final product a bit to remove long silences and some white noise length, and to try to even the volume out a bit. I didn’t add any echo or whatnot, that’s just what happens when you want to slow down a sound file without affecting the pitch or sounding like shit, so blame the program, not me.”
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Nice! And I had no idea that ‘paulstretch’ is a whole sub-genre of YouTube audio/video files. Some stuff I’d otherwise never listen to actually sounds pleasant at 800% audio stretch!