History Main / StockSoundEffects

16th Jul '17 5:29:58 PM nombretomado
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* In the definitive TV-documentary history of WW2, ''The World At War'', it becomes patently obvious after a while that original 1940's filmstock and newsreel have been tarted up with modern sound effects. (well, modern for 1975). Exactly the same bullet-richochet sound appears in places as far apart as Stalingrad and Okinawa, for instance, often with no obvious reason for it being there; old WW2 vets are on record as saying that is '''not''' the sound of a BREN machine-gun or a Jerry MG, somebody's spliced the wrong sound on; and quite often, an artilery shell-burst is out of synch with what you see on screen, or you can actually hear the "ghost" of the original un-enhanced sound in the background to the post production...

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* In the definitive TV-documentary history of WW2, [=WW2=], ''The World At War'', it becomes patently obvious after a while that original 1940's filmstock and newsreel have been tarted up with modern sound effects. (well, modern for 1975). Exactly the same bullet-richochet bullet-ricochet sound appears in places as far apart as Stalingrad and Okinawa, for instance, often with no obvious reason for it being there; old WW2 [=WW2=] vets are on record as saying that is '''not''' the sound of a BREN machine-gun or a Jerry MG, somebody's spliced the wrong sound on; and quite often, an artilery artillery shell-burst is out of synch with what you see on screen, or you can actually hear the "ghost" of the original un-enhanced sound in the background to the post production...
9th Jul '17 9:05:06 AM nombretomado
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* Apparently, the British company Carter Gent has a global, temporal, and metaphysical monopoly on making air raid sirens, because, regardless of universe and time period, an air raid of some description will ''always'' be prefaced with the sound of a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erMO3m0oLvs Carter Gents siren]] from WorldWarTwo.

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* Apparently, the British company Carter Gent has a global, temporal, and metaphysical monopoly on making air raid sirens, because, regardless of universe and time period, an air raid of some description will ''always'' be prefaced with the sound of a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erMO3m0oLvs Carter Gents siren]] from WorldWarTwo.UsefulNotes/WorldWarII.
6th Jul '17 9:36:41 AM mhthehammer
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*** ''Adopting Terror''

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*** ''Adopting Terror''''Film/AdoptingTerror''
6th Jul '17 9:31:03 AM mhthehammer
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*** ''Film/BeforetheDevilKnowsYoureDead''
6th Jul '17 9:24:39 AM mhthehammer
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*** ''Film/WonderWoman2017''
6th Jul '17 9:21:00 AM mhthehammer
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*** ''Film/{{Schindler's List}}''

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6th Jul '17 9:17:58 AM mhthehammer
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*** ''Film/{{Schindler's List}}''



*** ''Adopted Terror''

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20th Jun '17 3:28:52 AM jormis29
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* The "cough-whirr-cough-whirr" noise of a malfunctioning engine. It's all over the place; some works that have it are ''Series/KnightRider 2000'' (whenever Kitt uses the EMP to make an engine stop) and ''SimCopter'' (when the helicopter is very damaged). Also the movie ''Film/UniversalSoldier'', when the offroader runs out of gas, and in ''HardDrivin / Race Drivin''.

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* The "cough-whirr-cough-whirr" noise of a malfunctioning engine. It's all over the place; some works that have it are ''Series/KnightRider 2000'' (whenever Kitt uses the EMP to make an engine stop) and ''SimCopter'' ''VideoGame/SimCopter'' (when the helicopter is very damaged). Also the movie ''Film/UniversalSoldier'', when the offroader runs out of gas, and in ''HardDrivin ''VideoGame/HardDrivin / Race Drivin''.
2nd Jun '17 8:12:07 AM jaredthedecimator
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* In general, Nick Judy's sound effect library is also the most well known in the world also known as [[http://www.mediafire.com/download/r2x4vaxdwy3w73q/Nick_Judy%27s_Library_of_Sound_Effects_Vol._1.zip "Nick Judy's Library of Sound Effects Vol. 1"]]. Nick Judy's Sound Effects Library made 166 sounds as "Aquarium - Heavy", "Boing - Cartoon", etc. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugD8IX6YWZM More info on the sound effects library]]
** these sounds were also incredibly common during 2015 to present. Nearly every show In fact, also, shows, movies, shorts, video games, web animations, anime, magna, music videos, commercials, bumpers, promos and trailers continue to use them today.
** they also had [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1G-yh8Xvv1cMxzR_PUQlpw Nick Judy's Youtube Channel]] would made much more sound effects and it was also even incredibly common during 2016 to present.
2nd Jun '17 7:59:13 AM jaredthedecimator
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** Bowser also makes this sound whenever you beat him in ''VideoGame/Super Mario 64''.
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