This is the most weird thing I’ve ever found. I’m not sure I will find a more weird one.
A music album. Full of music. To listen you just need to compile it as a kernel module. Then you will have a new device you can read the music from.
In this repository, you will be able to compile your own kernel module, create a
/dev/netcatdevice and pipe its output into an audio player.
cat /dev/netcat | ogg123 -
This repository contains the album’s track data in source files, that (for complexity’s sake) came from
.oggfiles that were encoded from
.wavfiles that were created from
.mp3files that were encoded from the mastered
.wavfiles which were generated from ProTools final mix
.wavfiles that were created from 24-track analog tape.