Sounds downloaded by gopher

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A solo guitar sample recorded directly into a laptop using a Fender Stratocaster guitar with delay, reverb, and chorus effects. ...

ERH
January 10th, 2007
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A processed guitar sample I recorded using a Stratocaster with a bit of whammy bar abuse at the end. Could ...

ERH
January 18th, 2007
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A very heavy guitar sound produced by playing a Fender American made Stratocaster through a DigiTech GSP2101 guitar processor. Cool ...

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A series of heavily distorted synth stabs, more percussive than musical. Band pass filter.

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A creeping acid lead with partial distortion band pass filtered

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An imitation of Justin Masson's Wolfpack Marching Band. This was created entirely with granulab. It attempts to recreate an artifical ...

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After downloading Rookiee's Copchase01.wav http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/samplesViewSingle.php?id=17848 i added a bit of music to it (might use it as a ring tone). ...

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

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A fast loop of some noise, possibly my refrigerator, picked up by an open mic.

skool
February 16th, 2006
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A sample of a scream recorded on my walkman, cut to a bass drum size and envelope, distorted, and then ...

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A Spiker MF1 suddenly collapsed on braking before the chicane. People couldn't help screaming at the sight. AT835 and R-09.