- Use silent mp3 ringtones to mute certain cellphone events without muting everything. Eg. mute calls but not texts
- Insert some delay between consecutive songs on a playlist
- Rename them to popular song names and send them to someone as a joke
- Pretend they’re blank cassette tapes and reminisce about the days when people used blank cassette tapes
- Test music-visualization-thingies on an empty input
- Ponder the silence and achieve Zen enlightenment
- .10 seconds
- .25 seconds
- .5 seconds
- 1 second
- 1.5 seconds
- 2 seconds
- 3 seconds
- 4 seconds
- 5 seconds
- 10 seconds
- 20 seconds
- 30 seconds
- 1 minute
- 5 minutes
Right click and save as (eg: "blank.mp3")
I originally had the ambitious idea of programming a dynamic mp3-creator so that you could specify whatever length you wanted and have it generated on the fly. Then I found out that, despite its common usage, this file format is highly proprietary and there are a billion greedy patent squatters circling overhead like vultures, and besides that, it’s a pretty complicated file format to program, which makes sense since it deals with tons of acoustics. So in the end I decided to take the easy way out and just generate the above files using Audacity.
-Note: These sounds are best listen to at top volume.
-SOME DOWNLOAD THE ENTIRE ALBUM!