Speedenza


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Here are some answers to the questions people sometimes ask:
- You are welcome to use any of these sounds in your creative projects. Please respect the license for each sound. License Summary: You must give credit when you use these sounds and you can't use them commercially (but see below for commercial use).
- You may not host, re-serve or redistribute them as 'stock' sounds.
- Attribution: please credit me and freesound.org.
- All of my sounds now have Noncommercial licenses to prevent them being sold as stock. If you want to use them in a commercial project then feel free to PM me. Asking nicely is often all that's required to get what you want.
- Please don't post comments asking for permissions. Though other comments are, of course, welcome.

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Speedenza's latest sounds

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Random pure tones with variable length from 20ms to 100ms. Frequency range is 200Hz to 2kHz. Gives a nice glitchy ...

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Noise generated by a random walk process. One problem with a random walk is that the process is unbounded, so ...

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Lorenz Attractor (a chaotic function) used as input to a tone generator. Each plane (XY, XZ, YZ) contributes a single ...

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Recording of two Numbers Stations broadcasting on shortwave radio - the recording switches between the two stations which were broadcasting ...

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Heavy impact with a weird ping element, like a sonar on steroids. Experimental sound. Made by applying various effects to ...

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Deep whoosh/swosh transition-type sound. Made by various effects applied to a vocalised sound. This sound is not in the public ...

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Soundscape atmosphere with lots of moving chattering voices fading in and out, almost dream-like. The voices are processed to sound ...

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