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    oh thats awesome. this is a good topic/

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    This is one of my favorite sounds. Thanks for sharing.

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    Great stuff, thanks for sharing people!

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    some good branch cracks

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    I have a lot of favorite sounds, but this is my best https://freesound.org/people/greyraccoon/sounds/367555/#

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    Corsica_S wrote:
    This printer sound has always been one of my favorites. It never fails to cheer me up.
    http://www.freesound.org/people/melack/sounds/13809/

    I was going to be like... why would a printer sound be on this list? Then I clicked it and began listening to the original sound, followed by the remixes and usages of the sound. Yep, I understand now.

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    Just wanted the folks and contributors at FreeSound to know how much I appreciate the work you all do to make the files available at no cost.

    You are a terrific bunch of people and have my sincere thanks.

    Al
    Nova Scotia, Canada

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    Hard to say as outright utility determines how useful a sound may be. However, a series where one made a rocket launch sound effect out of a microphone with a condom over it impressed me greatly. Would be hard-pressed not to say it's the top sound in my book. It just works.

    Thriving under the influence.
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    Hello! I am looking for audio with a group of people yelling "food!" more Viking like!. Can anyone help me out it will be greatly appreciated!

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    Kyster wrote:
    I'm still blown away by Klankbeelds recording of a woman from Ghana, singing http://www.freesound.org/people/klankbeeld/sounds/180448/

    In fact i love to listen to "cultural" recordings. Languages and music is something special, and although i don't travel that much, i try to record that kind of stuff if i can get close to it. But so far this is the biggest gem i've come across, on freesound.

    You may like this one, then - I'm quite fond of it, myself!

    https://freesound.org/people/Greek555/sounds/434189/

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    Haha thanks. Definitely once in a lifetime.

    Recently I found this video which shows a similar effect, quite close: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUREX8aFbMs

    But I was 140 miles away so the sound had taken probably several trips to the stratosphere and back to the ground.

    CGEffex wrote:
    On the subject of amazing sounds, the first one to come to mind was davincama's recording of Mt. St. Helens he captured on May 18, 1980.

    http://www.freesound.org/people/daveincamas/sounds/21432/

    I also like digifishmusic's filtered and amplified version of the sound here:
    http://www.freesound.org/people/digifishmusic/sounds/38224/

    In my opinion this is one of the most amazing, if not the most amazing sound on here. A once in a lifetime recording.

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    good

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    Thank you for the work you do. I just found you on July 18, 2019 and it helped for a video.