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Wonderful recording! May use this in a remix and will attribute and notify - thank you!
Thank you! Keep up the great work!
just what I needed
Perfect! Thank you!
I used this for my audiobook project:https://rnephismith.bandcamp.com/album/tx-historyAttribution here:https://txhistoryonline.wordpress.com/sound-effects-used-in-audio-version/Thanks for this great sound!
This is exactly whar i needed thank U sooooooooooooooo much!!! =) =D
Simple and to the point. Nice sample!
I used this recording as a kind of "tabla" for an extended live looping piece here - https://soundcloud.com/ivodne-galatea/how-pictures-mean/
Thanks for sharing, it's brilliant. I used to use reel-to-reel tape recorders for looping way back, and tape breaking and this fluttering sound was a feature of it. So I wanted to incorporate it back in, and there was your sound.
Hi - this is a brilliant sound. I used it (and another) as a percussive element in a live-looping piece here - you can hear Cole Bear effectively walking around for half an hour!https://soundcloud.com/ivodne-galatea/how-pictures-mean/
Very authentic, hope to use it in Scene 2 in Episode 26 of Ad Astral – Here on Earth: due out in March 2015. Credits will be in the shownotes.Many, many thanks.Dave Burnhamwww.adastralpodcast.com
I'm editing a music video and i needed a typing keyboard sound to finish the job without any sounds in the background.
I came across your work.
Thanks to your special typing skills CRZ1990
gracias, está buenísimo!
Wonderful, thanks for this!
TY! save my day!
Exactly what I was looking for! You're a life saver! :)
Actually, if you still have that Sony you could record a lot of stuff from it. It's very hard to find!
Just what I needed! Thank you very much!
Amazing! Just what I needed. Thanks!
A few questions;
1.) Can I use this in a commercial project?2.) Can I use just a segment of it? Like, say a single keystroke, instead of the whole thing?3.) How would you like to be attributed?
Perfect! Exactly what I was looking for: that nice flap-flap sound in the end. :-) Thank you!
Going to use it for a creepypasta.
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