Museum of Endangered Sounds Preserves Sounds of Devices Like VCR for Posterity
There are all kinds of museums in many cities around the world, some even are for preserving and displaying weird things. Who would have thought about a museum for endangered sounds, but there exist a real one of that nature. The purpose is to maintain all of those sounds and objects, which are no more part of our modern day, very facilitated lives, especially things of technological kind and gadgetry.
The Museum of Endangered Sounds has kept its in collections sounds of many different devices which are no more in active use, like that of a VCR. So that our posterity might visit the place and feel an audible environment of what we heard when we used that technology. Sound of a VCR working is definitely one worth being kept, as it does make a different noise, sometimes annoying. There are other sounds like that of the Tetris theme from the original Game Boy. You can visit the online site of the Museum of Endangered Sounds here on Save the Sounds.
Steam engine cars are not used anymore, but there are models of each and every designed steam car in the museums and to not just see what they looked like, but also hear what they sounded like, you must visit the museum of endangered sounds. Usually, companies that make products do keep their models for keepsake and later display, but a lot of the records do also get lost. Now we can rest assured that sounds would be preserved for a long time.