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Author Topic: woverrene radio 6925 usb  (Read 1732 times)


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woverrene radio 6925 usb
« on: April 24, 2009, 0115 UTC »
S9 signal and nominal fading audio fair time 0100Utc...
Receivers: FRG 8800 end fed wire and SX 190 endfedwire
Im recording on a old Roberts 400x reel to reel..

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Re: woverrene radio 6925 usb
« Reply #1 on: April 24, 2009, 0144 UTC »
6925 USB
0050z: James Taylor
0053z: Wolverine Radio ID
0054z: Van Morrison "Blue Money"
0057z: Led Zep "Dancing Days"
0101z: Several seconds of dead air, then a few second of Clapton's "Blues Power", suddenly a couple of seconds of Bowie's "Rebel Rebel", back to Clapton.
0105z: Heh! Now we're into David Bowie "Rebel Rebel"
0109z: Wolverine ID
4 MB mp3 for first 17 minutes: http://www.mediafire.com/?jqzfmtzee4j

0109z: Hendrix "Angel" (rapid fluttering fades now, like volume knob/slider riding up and down - weird propagation)
0123z: Wolverine ID, then sounds like mp3 player going nuts, skipping from song to song. Kinda reminiscent of good ol' Captain Morgan's crazy mashups!
0128z: Finally settled down with Linda Ronstadt "You're No Good"
0131z: Off w/ echo fx Wolverine Radio ID
8 minute mp3 with wacky song skipping segment, Ronstadt and closing ID: http://www.mediafire.com/?mmb5mmmknzy

SINPO - 34223, fluttering fades, not quite to inaudible, audio sounds good tho'.

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