Sounds downloaded by raffone

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Recording with low levels, made in a British country house park, somewhere in southern England early summer, warm day, birds ...

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This is a sample of lots of crickets singing in a field or meadow. This is not directly recorded but ...

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Several chords and bass notes played on a 1977 Rhodes MK1 recorded direct into Focusrite interface. Just begging for a ...

keplar
October 22nd, 2011
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airy pad-ish sound that I created using da hornet synth. layered a crap load of sounds and processed the fuck ...

LS
August 15th, 2007
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four long decay guitar chords, mellow and looped.Recorded with motu 828mk2 on Soundforge.

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Electric guitar arpeggio looped, with three chords, dreamy, melancholic and mellow. The sequence is repeated 2 times.Recorded with motu 828mk2 ...

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Three or four chords and a little melody (for the background, I guess). Another one with a tweaked (pitch-tuned etc.) ...

jus
September 30th, 2007
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Playing a Rhodes and field recordings though Gleetchlab software.

Corsica_S
December 22nd, 2007
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A Rhodes played through a home-made granular effect. For late night listening, it is a seamless loop.

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A short couple of notes from a Rhodes Mark II piano. This sound will loop seamlessly for extra ease of ...

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A 4-bar, 111 beats per minute loop played on a Rhodes Piano. It was recorded a while ago, I think ...