nemoDaedalus


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You know how to use the sounds. If you can't attribute for whatever reason, you can contact me and ask for further permissions. I usually don't bite, so it'll be worth your try.

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SSTV - Slow-scan television image. Original photo created by me, used MultiScan on Mac OS X via Soundflower to Audacity ...

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Entirely created in image editor GIMP, with a method as I described on the forum: http://www.freesound.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=23127#23127 Four different wave shapes, ...

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Used Blender 3D to create a horizontally seamless image texture. Then imported the image in audio editor as raw. This ...

nemoDaedalus
November 11th, 2009
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Experiment. I had created an image using Blender 3D of its built-in procedural texture 'Wood' with bands and a bit ...

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8mm reel reaches the end and while it continues to rotate, the loose end 'flops' against the machine.For this version, ...

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8mm reel reaches the end and while it continues to rotate, the loose end 'flops' against the machine.

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Manually winding up a wind-up clock. Nice rattle. Some noise from clock shifting as I turn the key, but as ...

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Opening and closing the front glass of a wind-up clock. Manual system. See the clock: http://nftadaedalus.deviantart.com/art/Grandmother-s-Clock-128905832

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Opening, closing and clumsily opening the front glass of a wind-up clock. Manual system. See the clock: http://nftadaedalus.deviantart.com/art/Grandmother-s-Clock-128905832

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High pitched ding-dong bells of wind-up clock, sounding separately. Cut up, sample and arrange them any way you like. See ...

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