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August 1st, 2009

The sound of a car approaching then performing a handbrake/e-brake turn. The car is an early 90s 4 cylinder Volvo 740 GLE estate/station wagon.

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    freemaster2 8 years, 10 months ago

    General note as I've noticed a lot of people can't use the format. The format used is FLAC which is a lossless format (wav is lossy). I suggest downloading Audacity. It's free and it can read FLAC so you can export the clip as a wav or whatever from there.

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    freemaster2 8 years, 10 months ago

    Thanks for the clip. Using it for part of my animation audio.

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    ReReadit 8 years, 11 months ago

    Thanks for the sound. Used it on the song Splinters seen here:

    http://www.purevolume.com/DaysInRuin/albums/Two+Years+Later

    thank you

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    ReReadit 8 years, 11 months ago

    Thanks for the sound. Used it on the song Splinters seen here:

    http://www.purevolume.com/DaysInRuin/albums/Two+Years+Later

    thank you

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    OzeroniX 9 years, 1 month ago

    skytrav, you are a fool. This is a sound effect or foley effect, not a musical effect. This sound may not have any application for making a techno song, but it is perfect for a video I am doing of a chase scene. I need lots of different tire squeals for other traffic. Perfect. Also, FLAC is a LOSSLESS format. So as long as you have the basic knowhow to convert it to wav or aiff , this is THE ideal format.(just look up convert "flac to wav" in google, you'll find many free converters) Thank you uploader, I will credit you if I end up using it.

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Type
Flac (.flac)
Duration
00:10:366
Filesize
373.3 KB
Samplerate
44100.0 Hz
Bitdepth
16 bit
Channels
Mono
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