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Sounds - broadcast stations, audio clips

This is RMorg's main page for audio samples. Use the blue info button (top right) for further help and usage.
Personal help to contribute audio samples or images is available by contacting the audio administrator Heribert Jung. As a member you find his email or phone under the link "Member List" left side on the RMorg main page.

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Our audio pages (started in August 2005) are still experimental and therefore a work in progress. Though the functions and forms to upload sound samples or images still have to be improved, we encourage you to contribute. For questions or comments please contact Heribert Jung.
Two kinds of audio samples are of major interest:
1. Original sounds from specific older radio models recorded while tuning analog AM or FM bands at different times and receiving conditions.
2. Recordings of radio stations around the world, especially historical or defunct ones if you find samples. - AM, FM even CW, anything counts -

To get an idea of what is of interest, try browsing the links "All Stations" or "Newest Clips".


RMorg's audio pages portray sounds of radio stations as well as of radio models of different brands, quality, epochs and working principles. If these samples furthermore contain historical content, well then they are of special value!
In a few years all will be digital. So please help to conserve the old time radio sounds!

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