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May 18, 2006 6:12 AM   Subscribe

1. Make a remix featuring whale sounds.
2. Save a whale.
3. Get discovered for your remixing skills.
4. Profit! The Whale Remix Project.
posted by ashbury (10 comments total)

 
Next to do this with squirrel sounds. They're not endangered, but I'm sure it would make some good acid techno.
posted by taursir at 6:19 AM on May 18, 2006


I saw that Johanna Fateman had done a mix and I thought "hey, neat!"

Then I heard it. God damn that is bad.
posted by sveskemus at 6:20 AM on May 18, 2006


God, they're all awful. This is supposed to help the whales how?
posted by j.p. Hung at 6:42 AM on May 18, 2006


One of my favorite trance records of all time is this one:

Silent Harmony - Save the Whales (windows media sample).

Listening now, though, it's absurdly cheesy. I still like it, though.
posted by empath at 6:47 AM on May 18, 2006


If we kill all the whales would it end those awful sounds?
posted by bap98189 at 7:06 AM on May 18, 2006


Someone ought to broadcast these sounds at ridiculously high power levels into the ocean to see if the submarines will beach themselves.
posted by three blind mice at 7:14 AM on May 18, 2006


"If [whales] could scream do you think we would be so cavalier as to [killing them]? Maybe if they screamed all the time for no good reason." - Jack Handy
posted by blue_beetle at 7:44 AM on May 18, 2006


The Whale version of PitchforkMedia said this sucked... "the worst human remix since Moby."
posted by birdherder at 7:53 AM on May 18, 2006


I thought we were supposed to kill them. My musical take here and here [same song, different url]. Sorry for the self-link.
posted by sluglicker at 2:35 PM on May 18, 2006


I used to be into "nature sounds" tapes. I had a few -- my favorite was "Jungle Walk", but I also had one called "Ocean Storm", which was spiced with whalesong. Great for getting to sleep, but I always dreamed I was in Star Trek IV.
posted by dhartung at 11:10 PM on May 18, 2006


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