The project aims to create a database based on sounds of mundane objects and technologies, but outdated, in the process of disappearing once and for all.
Do you remember the touch of an old phone, of those fixed ones where it was necessary to turn the numbers? Or the hitting keys of a typewriter? Or the sound of a 56k modem from the early days of the internet? Well, there is a German project that aims to collect and archive all those sounds that were once banal, and highly recognizable, but which have disappeared (or are in ways) due to the evolution of technology.
The Conserve the Sound museum is a nostalgic journey to the auditory memories of things we had at home that no longer exist but can be revived with a simple click. The site also offers various interviews with different people about the memories of certain sounds and the importance of them in their lives.
Each object also contains a gallery of images, a description of the technology, its manufacturer and the most popular period in which it was used.