Acclivity's Indian Elephant Bell (18075) pitched down an octave to sound like mild pain made-audible. A melancholy sound. Note how the partials toll with great strength, culminating in a swirly "phase" effect typical of synth chorus effects--demonstrating once more that most synth paradigms are impregnated in the real world. Finally, the decay contains a soft metallic 'quiver' (like a distant saw), partly inherent in the bell itself. Close listening required.
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