Amiga Voices aims to preserve and make accessible bits and bytes of Amiga oral history in the form of personal messages, with a maximum duration of three minutes per fragment.
Between March 25 and June 30, 2006, Amiga Voices gave Amiga friends worldwide a unique opportunity to record their stories and other Amiga-related messages. To make the initiative as accessible as possible, dedicated local telephone numbers were set up in different countries (often having the same area code as those of the former Commodore subsidiaries). Phone access has now ended, but email submissions are still welcome.
The best messages will be published (in audio format) online and/or in the historical section of Amiga forever.
Everybody is welcome to leave a message, either in English or in another language. A message can be as simple as "Amiga Forever!", or as long as a story spread over multiple messages. You are free to choose whether to introduce the message with your name, city, and the company where you used to work (if deemed of interest), or to leave as little personal information as you prefer. You are free to choose the topic: say something funny, or something sad, or something that only Amiga made possible, or perhaps reveal some Amiga-related detail that nobody knows yet. If you never owned an Amiga, maybe you found something surprising in Amiga Forever, or you have a wish that you would like to share?
- Send your WAV or MP3 files to amigavoices at cloanto dot net
Amiga Voices is published by Cloanto Italia srl. Callers must be 18 or older. At our sole discretion, if we consider the message appropriate for publication, we may include it online and/or in Amiga Forever. Messages may be processed and edited for quality purposes, and/or if requested by the author.