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16th Feb '18 8:39:39 AM nanakiro
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*** The sound effects heard in most anime, including the 3 mentioned above are courtesy of Creator/FizzSoundCreation, they're pretty much responsible for the majority of the stock sound effects that you hear in many, ''many'' anime (''especially'' mecha) and early tokusatsu to the point where their sound effects have (and still are) been used in shows they or their employees ''didn't'' provide sound effects for [[note]] Though this is largely due to companies such as Anime Sound, [=JetSoundEngine=] and Swara Productions being founded by former Fizz employees [[/note]]

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** Creator/{{Toei}} loves to share its sound effects among its products, especially between its live action properties and [[Creator/ToeiAnimation its animated output]]. Teleportation sounds tend to be borrowed from ''Dragon Ball'''s Instant Transmission technique, for examples.
*** The sound effects heard in most anime, including the 3 mentioned above are courtesy of Creator/FizzSoundCreation, they're pretty much responsible for the majority of the stock sound effects that you hear in many, ''many'' anime (''especially'' mecha) and early tokusatsu to the point where their sound effects have (and still are) been used in shows they or their employees ''didn't'' provide sound effects for for. [[note]] Though this is largely due to companies such as Anime Sound, [=JetSoundEngine=] and Swara Productions being founded by former Fizz employees employees. [[/note]]



* Sound Ideas and The Hollywood Edge are two popular sound effects companies, and many film and television studios use these libraries (in 2014, the Hollywood Edge filed for bankruptcy, and Sound Ideas began distributing their libraries).
** Sound Ideas

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* [[https://www.sound-ideas.com/Default.aspx Sound Ideas Ideas]] and [[http://www.hollywoodedge.com The Hollywood Edge Edge]] are two popular sound effects companies, and many film and television studios use these libraries (in 2014, the libraries. The Hollywood Edge unfortunately filed for bankruptcy, and bankruptcy in 2014, but Sound Ideas began distributing their libraries).libraries in their stead.
** Sound IdeasIdeas:



** The Hollywood Edge
*** The Premiere Edition (1990). The first volume and the most used along with The General Series 6000

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** The Hollywood Edge
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*** The Premiere Edition (1990). The first volume and the most used along with The General Series 60006000.



* The "pop" sound effect that is commonly used in anime, most commonly in ''Anime/Pokemon'' for when a Poké Ball is opened. Despite being an anime sound effect, is has also appeared in some American animated shows such as ''WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents''. A few video games feature this sound effect too, mainly in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros''

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* The "pop" sound effect that is commonly used in anime, most commonly in ''Anime/Pokemon'' ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' for when a Poké Ball is opened. Despite being an anime sound effect, is has also appeared in some American animated shows such as ''WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents''. A few video games feature this sound effect too, mainly in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros''too: ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'', for example, gets to use it thanks to the inclusion of ''Pok&eacutemon'' elements.
7th Feb '18 9:58:59 AM BlaringCoder01
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And also including...
*** Series 5000 Wheels (1987)
*** Series 5000 2nd Gear (1999)
*** Dynamic Range CD1 and CD2 (1991) which was overused alongside General Series 6000.
3rd Feb '18 2:18:19 AM xoriak
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** Parodied in the ''Radio/ImSorryIHaventAClue'' {{Mockument*ary}} ''In Search of Mornington Crescent'', when BBC journalist Andrew Marr asks Humphrey Lyttelton if he'd like to talk about the game's history.

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** Parodied in the ''Radio/ImSorryIHaventAClue'' {{Mockument*ary}} {{Mockumentary}} ''In Search of Mornington Crescent'', when BBC journalist Andrew Marr asks Humphrey Lyttelton if he'd like to talk about the game's history.



* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Marsupilami}}'' episode 5 ("Someone's in the Kitchen with Mars"") from ''WesternAnimation/RawToonage'', The kitchen alarm sound is the "Red Alert" alarm sound from ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Marsupilami}}'' episode 5 ("Someone's in the Kitchen with Mars"") Mars") from ''WesternAnimation/RawToonage'', The kitchen alarm sound is the "Red Alert" alarm sound from ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''.
2nd Feb '18 1:42:20 PM WileK209
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* The sound whenever a character in a Creator/HannaBarbera cartoon is preparing to run away (usually with a WheelOFeet) is bongo drums played very fast. It is sometimes used in other cartoons one example is in the John Kricfalusi cartoon "Boo Runs Wild" in which during the fight scene between Yogi and Ranger Smith as they are exchanging punches the sound can be heard as the punches connect.

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* The sound whenever a character in a Creator/HannaBarbera cartoon is preparing to run away (usually with a WheelOFeet) is bongo drums played very fast.fast (although Hanna-Barbera's official name of the sound is the "temple block riot," despite sounding nothing like temple blocks). It is sometimes used in other cartoons one example is in the John Kricfalusi cartoon "Boo Runs Wild" in which during the fight scene between Yogi and Ranger Smith as they are exchanging punches the sound can be heard as the punches connect.



** Castle Thunder (as in Universal's Frankenstein) is the most well-known of them all. Used in many Disney movies made from the 1930s to the late-1980s and on many pre-1991 Creator/HannaBarbera cartoons, which often had their own distinct stock sound effects anyway. ''ScoobyDoo'' often featured the Castle Thunder, but beginning in the early 2000s they began phasing it out for newly-recorded lightning strikes and thunderclaps that were often recorded specifically for them, and do not have the campiness or charm level as the old thunder did. ([[http://www.hollywoodlostandfound.net/sound/castlethunder.html More info on the sound effect.]])

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** Castle Thunder (as in Universal's Frankenstein) is the most well-known of them all. Used in many Disney movies made from the 1930s to the late-1980s and on many pre-1991 Creator/HannaBarbera cartoons, which often had their own distinct stock sound effects anyway. ''ScoobyDoo'' often featured the Castle Thunder, but beginning in the early 2000s they began phasing it out for newly-recorded lightning strikes and thunderclaps that were often recorded specifically for them, and do not have the campiness or charm level as the old thunder did.were very LOUD and real-sounding. ([[http://www.hollywoodlostandfound.net/sound/castlethunder.html More info on the sound effect.]])



** Perhaps the two most overused thunder sound effects in the media since the 90s are [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXqRxxiwmj8 this one]] from the Sound Ideas Series 6000 "The General" library, and one often known as the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CaHeG5wiL9A Dolby Digital Thunderclap]]" (named for appearing in the 90s Dolby Digital "city" sound system promo).






* The loud chink heard in several Disney and later 1960s WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes shorts when a character hits his head on metal, one of the most notable examples is in ''PeterPan'' when Captain Hook hits his head on a cave wall after he tells Smee to row away from the crocodile, this sound has been used several times since, one of the most unusual uses of it occurs in ''Film/FreddyVsJason'' when Freddy Krueger uses his powers to slam Jason Voorhees into a ceiling.
** And the iconic [[http://www.megawavs.com/play.aspx?id=1985 crashing noise that ends with a clunkity-clunk pot rattle]].

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* The loud chink metallic "BONNNG!" heard in several Disney and later 1960s WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes shorts and on numerous Creator/HannaBarbera cartoons when a character hits his head on metal, one of the most notable examples is in ''PeterPan'' when Captain Hook hits his head on a cave wall after he tells Smee to row away from the crocodile, this sound has been used several times since, one of the most unusual uses of it occurs in ''Film/FreddyVsJason'' when Freddy Krueger uses his powers to slam Jason Voorhees into a ceiling.
** And the iconic Looney Tunes [[http://www.megawavs.com/play.aspx?id=1985 crashing noise that ends with a clunkity-clunk pot rattle]].rattle]], which enjoyed a resurgence of sorts in the 90s (''WesternAnimation/RockosModernLife'' used it a lot.)



*** Ironically, the Scooby-Doo shows and movies Warner Bros. has produced since they folded Hanna-Barbera (such as ''WesternAnimation/WhatsNewScoobyDoo'', ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated'' and ''WesternAnimation/BeCoolScoobyDoo'') generally avoid the H-B sound effects, as an effort to sound closer to real life instead of a cartoon.

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*** Ironically, the Scooby-Doo shows and movies Warner Bros. has produced since they acquired and folded Hanna-Barbera (such as ''WesternAnimation/WhatsNewScoobyDoo'', ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated'' and ''WesternAnimation/BeCoolScoobyDoo'') generally avoid the H-B sound effects, as an effort to sound closer to real life instead of a cartoon.cartoon. The same goes for the ''WesternAnimation/WackyRaces2017'' reboot.



* Sound Ideas and The Hollywood Edge are two popular sound effects companies and many film and television studios use these libraries.

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* Sound Ideas and The Hollywood Edge are two popular sound effects companies companies, and many film and television studios use these libraries.libraries (in 2014, the Hollywood Edge filed for bankruptcy, and Sound Ideas began distributing their libraries).



*** Series 1000 (1985) copyrighted in 1983

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*** Series 1000 (1985) copyrighted in 1983(1979) noted as one of the first professional sound effects library released on compact disc, with a 1983 reissue



*** Warner Bros. Sound Effects Library (1992)



*** Cartoon Trax (1992)

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*** Cartoon Trax (1992)(1992) largely features classic sound effects from Creator/{{Disney}} cartoons.
27th Jan '18 4:41:21 PM nombretomado
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* MelBlanc's animal sound effects have been used other media such as his monster growls most notably used for Gossamer the red hairy monster, his bird screeches, as well as Dino's scream from TheFlintstones.

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* MelBlanc's Creator/MelBlanc's animal sound effects have been used other media such as his monster growls most notably used for Gossamer the red hairy monster, his bird screeches, as well as Dino's scream from TheFlintstones.
25th Jan '18 4:09:59 PM Dallenson
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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 UsefulNotes/WorldWarII.

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* Apparently, the British company Carter Gent Gents of Leicester 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 UsefulNotes/WorldWarII.
12th Jan '18 5:58:02 PM Drillimation
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* The "pop" sound effect that is commonly used in anime, most commonly in ''Anime/Pokémon'' for when a Poké Ball is opened. Despite being an anime sound effect, is has also appeared in some American animated shows such as ''WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents''. A few video games feature this sound effect too, mainly in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros''

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* The "pop" sound effect that is commonly used in anime, most commonly in ''Anime/Pokémon'' ''Anime/Pokemon'' for when a Poké Ball is opened. Despite being an anime sound effect, is has also appeared in some American animated shows such as ''WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents''. A few video games feature this sound effect too, mainly in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros''
12th Jan '18 5:57:03 PM Drillimation
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* The "pop" sound effect that is commonly used in anime, most commonly in ''Anime/Pokémon'' for when a Poké Ball is opened. Despite being an anime sound effect, is has also appeared in some American animated shows such as ''WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents''. A few video games feature this sound effect too, mainly in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros''
8th Jan '18 7:18:16 AM Cryoclaste
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* The "Drone Preparing to Fire" sound from ''{{VideoGame/Marathon}} 2'' is also used as the Cypher drone activation sound in ''GhostRecon: Advanced Warfighter''.

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* The "Drone Preparing to Fire" sound from ''{{VideoGame/Marathon}} 2'' is also used as the Cypher drone activation sound in ''GhostRecon: Advanced Warfighter''.''VideoGame/GhostReconAdvancedWarfighter''.
31st Dec '17 4:07:04 AM SgtErytronne
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*** The sound effects heard in most anime, including the 3 mentioned above were courtesy of Creator/FizzSoundCreation, they're pretty much responsible for the majority of the stock sound effects that you hear in many, ''many'' anime (''especially'' mecha) and early tokusatsu to the point where their sound effects have (and still are) been used in shows they or their employees ''didn't'' provide sound effects for [[note]] Though this is largely due to companies such as Anime Sound, [=JetSoundEngine=] and Swara Productions being founded by former Fizz employees [[/note]]

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*** The sound effects heard in most anime, including the 3 mentioned above were are courtesy of Creator/FizzSoundCreation, they're pretty much responsible for the majority of the stock sound effects that you hear in many, ''many'' anime (''especially'' mecha) and early tokusatsu to the point where their sound effects have (and still are) been used in shows they or their employees ''didn't'' provide sound effects for [[note]] Though this is largely due to companies such as Anime Sound, [=JetSoundEngine=] and Swara Productions being founded by former Fizz employees [[/note]]
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