Dead media soundboard: the Museum of Endangered Sounds


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Does anyone have the start-up sound for a Commodore PET or CBM?

I require my new computer to start with the same sound.


#3

You can record the PET startup sound yourself using the VICE emulator.


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Thanks!


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i spent i don’t know how much time last week or so looking for the sounds made by the old mattel hand-held football game (as used in The Logical Song by Supertramp, etc.) – this site had me excited for about 30 seconds, until i realized that my search is going to continue. sigh.


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This game?


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that’s the follow-up. it might work, but i was thinking about this one:
http://www.handheldmuseum.com/Mattel/FB.htm


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How about the high frequency whistle from a cathode ray tube?


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I’m just happy to learn there is a sound museum.


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that’s the one, but i want audio files : \


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I had this one…


Played the hell out that. I even had to open it up and glue a makeshift post on one of the buttons as the original broke off.


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Oh my God! I had completely forgotten about those things until just now. I played one to death! I loved that thing.


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Jules, man. Jules.


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Jay for Eurosignal. You could hear it on most VHF radios at the outer end of the band. As a kid, I was mesmerized by those sounds. My parents didn’t know what it was, either. The internet finally told me when Eurosignal had long ceased to exist.


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I’ve had my head in far too many bass bins to ever hear that again.


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I didn’t realise I couldn’t hear it any more until I started an old CRT TV and my son asked me what that sound was.


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