This is a compilation of a series of spanner drops slowed 16X. Given the original spanner was 25 cm, you can imagine this sound to be three 4 meter long spanners made into a wind-chime.
Very, very nice indeed!
Thanks for your kind words as usual Mr hammerklavier
wow! I was just kidding, but you posted a picture of the spanner! My bows! And the spectrums too!
It's amazing to think that that little everyday spanner has so much sonic potential. Once again you've piled on the riches! Grazie, Sir D!
first rate, dfm. And your description is perfect: These are indeed like massive wrenches dropping at slow speeds in a canyon. Bells of course are 'tuned' to have multiple pitches at various places along the slopes; but I had no idea a simple spanner could create such resonances. Then again, as a professional sound designer, you will find these potentials in many things. (What, you didn't post an autographed picture of the spanner??? No webcam of its family? Geo-tagged with an interview? I won't sleep tonight!) Wonderful. And you give the "normal" versions for comparison: First rate job as always.
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