Sounds downloaded by djvishnu

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finger snap recorded with the mic in my laptop, truncated and normalized badly

donut
April 16th, 2007
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The sound of a heavy impact with the earth followed by falling debris, gravel and dirt. Shifting earth, possibly an ...

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The sound of a heavy impact with the earth followed by falling debris. Constructed in LIVE! I used a reversed ...

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Sample of a PRS Tremonti guitar being played with an Ebow. An Ebow is a magnetic device that causes a ...

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Sample of a PRS Tremonti guitar being played with an Ebow. An Ebow is a magnetic device that causes a ...

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Sample of a PRS Tremonti guitar being played with an Ebow. An Ebow is a magnetic device that causes a ...

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High, thin pad recorded from an analogue string preset. Sample may have a clip/blip at the end and require fadeout ...

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Rising and falling melodic synth pad using an electronic string patch from the MicroKorg (preset A67).

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Sample of a PRS Tremonti guitar being played with an Ebow. An Ebow is a magnetic device that causes a ...

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Classical guitar playing a rather mellow tune. Taken from the fourth movement of Mussorgsky's "Pictures at an Exhibition."

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recordings of an indian santoor, especially rolls plaid on single notes; pitch is indicated in file name, recorded using multiple ...

batchku
November 23rd, 2005
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Recording of a Steim Cracklebox (http://musicthing.blogspot.com/2005/03/cracklebox.html) with an SE1 microphone and no processing at all. The machine produces very random, ...