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this is the old public anouncement alert of the mariscal sucre airport, quito, ecuador, this public anouncement chime was used ...

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Note, this emulation is not 100% exact, do to a dificult interpretation of the sequence notes of this rare anouncement ...

milton.
October 6th, 2009
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i'm glad with the results of this emulation, sounds allmost 100% identical, just listen and comment please.Made with sonar and ...

milton.
October 6th, 2009
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i think this is a public anouncement tone of the narita airport, but i not sure this tone is exactly ...

milton.
October 6th, 2009
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another standard chime that is used in some airports around the world, made with sonar and vst.

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this stander public anouncement is used in some airports around the world, made with sonar an vst.

milton.
October 6th, 2009
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Emulation of the chimes or public anouncement of barajas airport, sounds 90% exact, made with sonar and vst instruments.

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This is a High Frequency Sonar sample. It was created using the electronic VST instrument Micro Tonic from Sonic Charge. ...

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Emulating a Sonar Ping with a sine, some HP filtering and put through a convolution reverb.

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bats flying around the house. recorded using 2x DPA 4060 and a Zoom H2 this is a 16x slowed down ...

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Messing around in Logic with some surround impulse responses and delay designs. Ended up with something that sounded a bit ...