An old door broken pushed with force
MP3 version of a loopable sample of a British land-line telephone ringing.
A factory atmosphere with lots of metallic clanging.
This is the sound when you type the keyboard on your smartphone when you want to send a message.
Pitch shifted saxophone plays "da-diddly-da-da, pum pum". As used for comic effect, (e.g. after punchline of joke). Sounds much better ...
Tap, water, sink sounds. Recorded in stereo (XY) with Rode NT4 in Zoom H4 handy recorder.
Simulation of a high-speed sci-fi vehicule passing by rapidly.
This is the ring of one of those cheap cordless telephones you buy right out of college to show off ...
Short street recording in London, close to London Bridge/Shard.
Busy office soundscape. A mix of various office activities and some voices, some of which were recorded for this purpose. ...
One minute of ambience of a quiet city, some cars, birds and people.
Interior ambience for a plane etc.