Sounds by zimbot

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Raw synthetic alarm sound, totally dry. This is not modeled on any real sound, but created from scratch mathematically in ...

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Seamless loop of a synthetic alarm sound with enough reverberation to sound as if it could be on a ship ...

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A crunchy squish sound, as if someone were stepping on a big bug. It is actually someone stepping on an ...

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A crunchy squish sound, as if someone were stepping on a big bug. It is actually someone stepping on an ...

zimbot
August 10th, 2014
150 downloads
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A somewhat long crunch. Like "HuechCrunch" it has a springy repetitive aspect to the crackles, as if portions of the ...

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A crunchy noise. "Huech" is not really a word, it is an attempt to describe the sound, or to get ...

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Like "ExtendedCrush", this one is less of a burst of crunching crackle, and more of a slow, extended crush. But ...

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After the foot crushes the crackly thing, more pressure is applied (3 times) to achieve more crackles. This is actually ...

zimbot
August 10th, 2014
77 downloads
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Not just a crush/crunch, but a lot of gritty movement afterward that might prove suitable for footwork in gritty conditions, ...

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After the foot crushes the egg shell on the tile, it then proceeds to press while rotating back and forth, ...

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Yet another crunching crush of egg-shell, but this time with lots of other broken pieces in the pile to create ...

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Rocks caving in? Not really. Same sound as in "DenseCrunch", except heavily post-processed, re-sampled at many different rates, often with ...