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this is a recording on the FM band below 87 MHz. It's picked up with DXtuners.com's radio receiver (the days ...

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My phone checking for e-mails over EDGE and irritating family members.

Sorcix
December 21st, 2011
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Mono recording of antique cash register sounds made with Sennheiser MKH 40.

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A pencil writing on paper. Recorded with Sony MZ-RH1 HiMD recorder and Audio Technica AT822.

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Recording of a fast sketch done with hard (2H) pencil on rough paper. The paper is attached to a wooden ...

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Recording of a fast sketch done with soft (3B) pencil on rough paper. The paper is attached to a wooden ...

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I use a bamboo stick to generate some wind *swash* sounds. I used following bamboo stick: Find more similar sounds ...

qubodup
September 7th, 2008
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A bright, single whip swoosh sound made by swinging a wooden stick in the air. Recorded with Zoom H2.

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I use a bamboo stick to generate some wind *swash* sounds. I used following bamboo stick: On FLAC and OGG ...

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I use a bamboo stick to generate some wind *swash* sounds. I used following bamboo stick: Find more similar sounds ...

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rain and several thunder claps. Stereo. Recorded with a minidisc recorder and an AT822 mic. Edited in Protools and saved ...

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I use a bamboo stick to generate some wind *swash* slash sounds. Find more similar sounds in the bamboo stick ...


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