I've edited my doorbell recording in Audacity to (sort of) tune it to an octave from C to B, complete ...
A sound clip I recorded of my home front door opening then closing.
A door slamming inside a house. ALH
Me walking and then running up and down creaky wooden basement stairs, with mic positioned on stand a few feet ...
A very low frequency rumble generated using Audacity; could be used to make the sound of a distant earthquake but ...
Cups on tablet shaking. Recorded with a Rode NT5. I used it for an earthquake scene.
simulated temblor of magnitude 7 at 20 miles from epicenter, including P wave, followed by S waves
foley recording of several things and objects falling on the floor. is a mix of all this recordings.
My attempt at a low rumble sound often associated with earthquakes. Created with Reason.
Sound of a large, deep rumble. Possibly an earthquake, or some other ominous phenomenon.
The sound of an earthquake cracking open the soil. Freesound samples used: "EARTHQUAKE OR DISTANT SPACE SHUTTLE RUMBLE.WAV" by genelythgow ...
sound of earthquake, synthesized with some Cubase vst
Just a good all around mortally wounded scream for your mortally wounded screaming needs.
Scream sound recorded at Pompeu Fabra University (Barcelona)