Sound Effects by Ken Loge
A qedzalx, a nearly forgotten artifact of the ancient world thought to be a distant relative of feedback loops.
Multiple spaced-out bells playing intermittently.
Recorded at Dragon’s Mouth hot spring in Yellowstone Park. The microphone was lowered to within a few feet of the steaming water to get the proximity effect.
Drop in Dish
A small object dropped in a glass dish. Slight bounce after the initial impact.
An electric dust buster turned on, then off.
Opening a metal cat food can. I think it was Fancy Feast.
It’s getting harder all the time to find record static. This is pure, uncut vinyl static from a classical music recording.
The slider on a toaster being pushed down.
Opening an umbrella prety much sums it up. If you've never heard an umbrella opening, this is what it sounds like.
C Major scale vibraphone samples: C1, D1, E1, F1, G1, A1, B1, and C2 notes.
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