Sounds downloaded by Jace

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Hissing of a red-hot metal object put in water. May be used as sound of searing also.. recorded with Oktava-102 ...

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This sample is a collection of sounds to represent a very violent earthquake. My work on this sample is public ...

hans
November 9th, 2008
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10s 1kHz tone - trim to censor/bleep out talking. cut on zero crossings else you will get a click

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A large 3 phase blower motor starting up. It was recorded for a video on large air handlers. Recorded on ...

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The sound of a computer booting/powering/starting up. Please credit us (as per CC license): Up-to-date details are on our profile ...

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Shields power up sound created for a game built in the IDGA 48 hour game making competition. The effect was ...

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A stereo field-recording of about 20 sheep running from right to left on very dry grass pasture. Rode NT-4 > ...

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crash1.wav by stomachache, reversed in Audacity.Requested at http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1614

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Man whistling, Recorded in a Pro Tools Session using an EV RE20 microphone.

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Harpsichord sound used when a kid's story leaves a dream or imaginary sequence. Roland XP-10 keyboard with two-hands gliding down ...

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Harpsichord sound used when a kid's story enters a dream or imaginary sequence. Roland XP-10 keyboard with two-hands gliding up ...

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A sound of several explosions. Processed sample. Guess how I made it!