If you ever played around with Windows 3.1/95

Then you might get a kick out of WinNoise, a techno song composed (and perfromed) entirely in Windows Sound Recorder.

2 Responses to “If you ever played around with Windows 3.1/95”

Sometimes I wish I had creative talent. Then I realize I do have creative talent. Then I wish I had days of free time on my hands to do stuff like that 🙂
Pretty cool, though I wish to God that the system beep had never been invented. It always inspires sociopathic urges when I hear it.

Owen - September 22nd, 2004 at 12:31 pm

… Yeah, I must admit.. that is pretty cool 🙂

Teisha - September 26th, 2004 at 5:20 pm

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