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October 30th, 2014

Recorded from Radio Japan.
There is a cycling recording with a male voice in Japanese and a female voice in English identifying the radio station.
There is something funny with the low frequencies. There are these "bump" and "woomp" sounds which can sound really powerfull. I believe these are unintentional noises when the presenter's voices were recorded, maybe from low frequency or plosives.
I believe these sounds might have been below listenable frequencies in the original recording but that if the tunning of the station is not exactly right, the AM demodulation can bring them into the audible range.

In this pack there are several samples where I have tried to isolate these sounds. I believe they can be used to create interesting kickdrum sounds, with a little bit of processing.

Recorded from the Twente university online radio tunner
http://websdr.ewi.utwente.nl:8901/

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