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October 31st, 2006

A spark sound effect. From the "things you accidentally discover" department. I was tweaking an fm envelope when I found this - and thought to save the settings. This is a combination of two effects, but the original wave was created on SoundForge's Frequency Modulator with two waves. Take a 90Hz Triangle and modulate (one over the other) it with a 110Hz Sine. 10 second period. The Triangle should be set from 0 to 75% for the first .7 sec then drop it to 20%. Build to 25% at 7 seconds. Spike to 75% and then to zero from 7 to 7.5. The sine should go from 0 to 45% from 0 to .7 seconds. Then drop gradually to zero from .7 to 10 seconds.


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    MattyCD 9 months, 2 weeks ago

    Thanks, I'm using it to go in a AAA video game trailer for an interview.

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    sqrew 1 year, 2 months ago

    Great! Using it for a 3D game called Traverser, i'll link the trailer if your interested

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    meekaa_rose 1 year, 11 months ago

    i made a dress in inworldz and needed the sound for static electricity and am still looking for the script for static electricity or lightening i am calling the dress "you electrify me"you wouldnt kno where i can find the script would you

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    kaminekodesu 2 years, 4 months ago


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    freemaster2 2 years, 7 months ago

    Thanks. I am using this for a stop-motion sequence for my university final project:

    I'm also using at least one other of your sounds going by my ever building attributes list.

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