Decontrolled is an ongoing investigation of the formatting and modulation of acoustic information in radio broadcasts. Largely informed by the similarities between electronic music making and broadcasting radiophony, Decontrolled includes a range of electronic manipulations, like analog wave shaping and modulation. Decontrolled’s sound sources consist of live and recorded radio broadcasts like airchecks and ancillary sounds found between allocated frequencies and any other prerecorded sound materials relevant to radio production. Decontrolled is partially supported by a grant from the Experimental Television Center Finishing Fund.