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thanks for this, great sound for a stage show I'm doing.
To jmdh...I'm glad see that sound works for you...King Lear is my favourite work by Shakespeare...have a good run.
Great sound, thank you. I am using it in the sound design for King Lear, Oxford Theatre Guild (http://www.oxfordtheatreguild.com/productions/2015/king-lear) until 18th July.
Thank you, this is exactly what I was looking for.
Ave Deus Mechanicus.
awesome, perfect for big things moving through water.
Thanks :) using it in a play
I really like studying to this as its got just enough background noise and with headphones is loud enough to obscure distractions. Thank you for this recording :)
thanks a lot
You're wecome Framixo.
ciao, Thank you very much for sharing your sound BestFramixo
Nice as sharp!
Sound used in an original composition for the play "Coyote Tales". Here is a link to the song: http://www.furaffinity.net/view/15959331/
@ ajaggo- Thanks for the link to your piece. Good work.
i used a sample of this as a background layer to a track i just made here: https://soundcloud.com/gajoga/it-rained-today
un botto forte ma bello
thank you for this.
Amazing. Thank you!
This is great. It's going to be in episode 10 of The Myoclonic Jerk Podcast. Thanks! http://myoclonicjerk.com
@paulorietjens...Could you tell me where these crackles are? I'm surprised that no one has pointed this out before.
To bad theire 2 crackles in the roll... but nice innerpieces.
strange sound good work
Absolutely perfect for my needs. Thanks for sharing. I have a speaking engagement Sunday and will be taking my audience into time travel. Now all I need is my power down...
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