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Cornell.EDU: With Digitization Complete, Hear 7 of the Coolest Natural Sounds in Our Archive.

It’s taken more than 12 years, but all archived reel-to-reel analog recordings going back to 1929 have now been digitized to the highest industry standards and made available online. It’s a major milestone.

01/22/13 • 12:20 PM • NatureScholarlyScience • 1 Comment

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They’re not kidding about the “Most spines tingled” recording.

Posted by Owen on 01/23/13 at 06:01 PM

 

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