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This sound was created for this project: http://thatjeffcarterwashere.blogspot.com/2015/01/nothing-to-lose-but-your-banjo.html
I used your sample in my latest track "White Rabbit Asylum" found here http://soundeffectspodcast.com/downloads/sfx-ninja/ Thank you!!
Awesome :) thanks!
This sound was created for this project:http://thatjeffcarterwashere.blogspot.com/2015/01/what-star-left-behind.html
this sound was created for this project: http://thatjeffcarterwashere.blogspot.com/2015/01/what-star-left-behind.html
this sound was created for this project:http://thatjeffcarterwashere.blogspot.com/2015/01/what-star-left-behind.html
wow very good
Thanks i will use it for my horror game
i am using it for an animation for one of my classes in school : ).
Hi, nice sample, Im using it on a music track, Want to get the attribution credit right.
This?police scanner radio chatter recording courtesy of Jeff Carterfreesound.org/people/thatjeffcarter/sounds/114396/
OK for you?
This is fantastic
https://soundcloud.com/petrilahtinen/kanalja-1 Used your sample here! thank you :)
sounds cool! that theremin app is good! :)
Emmatronic - very cool. thanks for sharing.
Hey - here's a link to the film. It's an entry to Raindance's 14-second horror competition. Thanks again!
Used part of this in a theatre production of Sideways Stories from Wayside School. It was part of an "orchestra" created with surreal instruments. It worked great! Thanks!
I am also considering this for use in a super short film - shall I credit you as 'thatjeffcarter' if it goes ahead? Thanks for the great sound!
That sound is fantastic! We use it for energy fields to block players in our game. Thanks a lot! http://www.tri-game.com/
ah, so sorry, Kapnos. I didn't save the original.
Any chance you could upload the original vocal? I would like to use it in my next release, here's the work in progress: https://soundcloud.com/kapnos-mantis/the-alchemist-wip
well it's not anymore, but it certainly began as a couple of saxophone recordings.
I do not recognize this sound, but I really don't think it is a saxaphone.
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