Stereo, 44.1KHz, 16bit. Recorded in a small bathroom with little background noise with the M-Audio Microtrack recorder.
I poured water on the floor and used my tennis shoe to make some squeaky sounds. John Guindon
Pad sound, with an airy choir type feel to it.
Continuation of winter wind 01b.
I recorded the sound at my door when it was windy and the wind houls in the door.
Launches and bangs I recorded at midnight on New Years, 2009. Heavily processed.
Me launching a compressed air rocket.
Creaking sounds of a small wooden pier. Recorded with a Zoom H1.
the sound of a banister or floor creaking.
This is the cat of a friend, Roo. My friend tried to hold her still in front of the microphone ...
44.1 KHz 16-bit stereo sample of a turkey gobble. Actually this is TWO turkeys who always seem to make their ...
A cock crowing in a tree in the early morning. Recorded with a Zoom H2.
sound of a braying donkey recorded using a Zoom H4n digital recorder.
white noise with a rising band-pass filter sweep, to create a "whoosh" sound.
Engine idling loop. Sounds like a truck or diesel engine. Loop made from a recording on freesound. Source: http://www.freesound.org/people/joanfelipsound/sounds/57939/