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subtle and brilliant!
Thank you, perfect for exam Scenes :-D
fascinating sound, I like the variability and clarity of it
You got me out of a tight spot. Thanks!
This was great!
very nice to listen to
Thanks for sharing!I used your recording here: https://soundcloud.com/y49/hiraeth
Ideal for me, thank you.
Lovely work dude
this is a really nice recording! thanks for sharing ...
Hi - I love this recording. I used it as part of the natural percussion in a track called "Across the Sleeping Land"You can listen to it here if you like.https://soundcloud.com/ivodne-galatea/across-the-sleeping-landhttps://ivodnegalatea.bandcamp.com/track/across-the-sleeping-land
Please keep on making these marvelous recordings!
dat is echt creepy gozer
Up to the 3000 :)
sounds a little like the sounds from the ps2 game Baroque
Thanks klankbeeld. This sound made my day :)(you are a very patient man)
Thanks! We're using this in episode 11 of our hivenoise.com comedy podcast in the "Vampire Outcast" sketch.
This could be useful for a film project that I have in mind.... one day...
Going right to my horror game: Thanks! :D
Hello Klankbeeld - here is another concert featuring your lovely sound images, this time of concert classical music (Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Tarrega, Diabelli etc)
https://ivodnegalatea.bandcamp.com/album/the-concert-masters-guitaretThanks once again for sharing these wonderful sound images!
Damn this made me crap my pants while reading creepy story 0_O
Hello - I have used this luminous recording here, as the backdrop for yet another concert: https://soundcloud.com/ivodne-galatea/the-dancing-masters-guitaretThis time it is based around dance music: Arbeau, Sanz, Tarrega, Holborne, Purcell, Handel, Chopin, Bach, Downland and Baron. Pretty tunes to match the birdsong!
Thank you so much for making these magical "sound images" available
this is the best horror music for creepy short films, Thanks!
thanks you! very beautiful recording!
wow! i love the effort! thanks
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