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Beautiful, i think it sounds like a very deep mans voice.
Thank you! Just returned from two weeks' holiday in Italy, and one of the memorable aspects was the joyous sound of church and cathedral bells heard in each city. Santa Croce in Firenze was a highlight, and finding this recording a gift.
Grazie mille, Hans...
perfect for a horror movie XD
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I like to keep track of the use of my sounds, could I have a digital copy please?
Best, Hans Timmermans
Great. I used it for a short film. Dramatic and engaging. Thanks!
thanks for the great sounds. They are perfect for my project!
Sounds a little like that weird instrument the native Australians play.
Hi Hans,really beautiful sample. I'd like to use it for a dark ambient track I'm working on. Could you give me the permission? Obviously I'll quote you on credits of track.
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All the bestRaffaele
very nice. thanks
great natural sound!
dramatic and subtle. very good.
just what i needed !
Thx for the Japanese sample,"I'm looking at a strange town."I'm always looking for unique vocal sounds...I will inform you if its used in a track that I'm presently working on :)
I liked a lot! In FL Studio, using the Sytrus Plugin, there is a Pad called "conpiration" / "atmosphere" very similar to your creation.
Thanks for this, friend!
Great thanx evelien!! Superior sighing!!!
Thanks for this sound. I have used it here:
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great sound, super deep bass
Man this is profound! Cheers! :)
Thanks so much!
Beautiful and clean, with a very nice tail. I've used it for the freesound dare 15, and you can hear it here http://soundcloud.com/kyster/melancholy-lane-dare-15
Thank you very much.
Thanks for this sound. I have used it here:http://thatjeffcarterwashere.blogspot[DOT COM]/2012/09/music-for-post-apostolic-wasteland.html
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