The inverse to chipmunkson16speed, “Die Ritter des Rechts” (German dub of Rescue Rangers) slowed down to original/recording speed.
1:20 min, 2017, Kubshow #26
The cutting room floor after editing our podcast Derzeit Discovery.
40 sec, 2017, Kubshow #26
Noise comes in many different colors, here’s a handy guide to compare & contrast all of them. Voice-over provided by/stolen from Paul F. Tompkins on the podcast Comedy Bang Bang.
5:00 min, 2017, Kubshow#26
3:22 min, 2016, Kubshow#18
Moments of silence longer than 7 seconds, with the lead-in and lead-out parts for context. The original inspiration for this is gone, but you can check my sources and source.
7:20 min, 2017, Kubshow#20
All sounds from an old bootleg copy of a famous DAW/”beatmaking” software, sorted from longest to shortest. The last 30 seconds or so are pretty exciting!
3:11 min, 2018, Kubshow#40
One day my headphones broke. The two cables/channels short-circuited and created an analogue, ad-hoc “karaoke filter”, which removed most vocals and instead emphasized compression artifcats. I recreated the sensation with the out-of-phase-stereo effect and the “first MP3 ever” – “Tom’s Diner” by Suzanne Vega.
4:47 min, 2019, Kubshow#36
4:49 min, 2016, Kubshow #12
The Atari game River Raid. This is the whole game loading from cassette, which makes this MP3 a bootleg ROM. Middle part pitched down for copyright protection palatability.
12:10 min, 2016, Kubshow#12
When I accidentally hit the 0.75× speed button on my podcast app, film critic Mark Kermode suddenly sounded pretty buzzed, if not plastered.
Works with other people, too, but something about Kermodes voice and the movie Her makes it extra boozy.
With apologies to Kermode & Mayo. Here’s the sober original.
2:50 min, 2016, Kubshow#12
Sound of a Jacquard loom shortly before it was torn down, mixed with the classic adventure game Loom.