In SK0QO I cooperate with Södertörn’s radio amateurs (call sign SK0QO) in the creation of a sound piece using Morse code. The idea for the work originated from a questions-and-answers column on the Internet in which children asked how they would communicate with each other in the classroom using pencils and Morse Code. They got different answers and advice from other users on how one went about it. I then became interested in the uses of Morse code today, and discovered that it lives and fluorishes among radio amateurs and enthusiasts worldwide. I came into contact with Södertörn Radio Amateurs. They signaled the entire text in the morning over the radio and wrote it down again, so that in the end, the questions-and-answers dialogue came from radio amateurs’ pens transcribing signals from a crackling radio.