Recorded using an Alesis Palmtrack
This is a large door with an industrial, metal doorknob opening at a normal pace.
Paper flipping. Recorded using Olympus LS-10.
A simple door slam recorded in mono with an NT5 on to Mini Disc.
It is a heart rate. Created with Audacity. You can use it for game and movie scenes.
Just the sound of a general heart beat. Recorded using a steath-e-scope and a SONY RVJ recorder. Turned out a ...
people riding a scary carnival ride and screaming about it.
Recorded from a street in the NYC Suberbs.
Raw audio of eight ticks of a small clock. The space in between each tick has been edited out using ...
Greetings people of Freesound! Remember our dear friend Herbert Boland's "CinematicBoomNorm" sound? A friend and I have carefully re-created a ...
Tiny syntheiszed bubble using "Sounding Liquids: Automatic Sound Synthesis from Fluid Simulation", Moss. W et al as a reference
one single ring of a set of indian finger cymbals. good for when angels get their wings. :)
Left click with Logitech optic mouse. Recorded at home using condenser mic. 48,000 24bit