yoooo I'm so pleased that this worked! imported an image into audacity as audio > recorded that audio to a cassette tape (using dolby noise reduction B to reduce tape hiss) > played the tape back and recorded it into audacity > converted back to .bmp

screenshot from wonder egg priority. followed this method for databending images using audacity (thank you @NatVoltaic for sharing this!) hellocatfood.com/databending-u

@prumm I'm amazed that any of the image header survived for the bmp to work lmao

@NatVoltaic I actually replaced the first few seconds with the same clip from the original image raw for this reason. which is probably why the bottom part is uncorrupted ^^;

@prumm There is a slight bit of corruption I can notice on it though, but not a lot

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@NatVoltaic ahhh I see that now. I should look into the more technical explanations for image file formats and find out how the edits are correlated 🤔

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