This phrase was very popular in USSR times in former Soviet countries. Television news started with those words. English translation: ...
Zapping through the channels of a German cable-TV network on an ordinary Saturday evening.
My guest was the priest. He very much likes to laugh, and laughs very loudly and modulatingly. I showed it ...
Few types of 'cartoon-style' laughter, recorded from close distance [Olympus LS-5]
The crowd of people in wood meditated on laughter.
Chipmunk type cartoon laughter
Recording an old and squeaky music box with a small melody. The music box is played while holding it against ...
An old film projector in an exhibition room with soundscapes in the background
Sound of an old Eumig cine projector running at normal speed.
This is the sound of an old 8mm Bell & Howell film camera rolling.
Vinyl record needle static. Useful to add under another sound to "age" it. I created this by splicing together dozens ...
Several laughs, chuckles and giggles. For the curious: recorded while having great fun voice-chatting with friends, i.e. the laughter's sincere.
Yet another person laughing, giggling, guffawing. Stereo recording.
About 2:50 of nondescript chatter of a medium sized crowd. Recorded from a conference, in-between speakers.