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Neutronic Implosion - Various - Hardcore Space Sound System (CD)

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  1. NASA collection of samples: use in remixing and “found sound” creative projects. NASA has made a huge collection of audio recordings available under a Creative Commons licence and they are perfect for using in music tech projects with students. The recordings are from historic space .
  2. Dec 29,  · Sound of BIG BANG (first Years) | SOUND OF SPACE (Creative Coding Art, Processing FFT) - Duration: thedotisblack creative coding 37, views.
  3. Just a neat sound. Space Sound: Also makes a good "start windows" sound. Stun Gun (Year 1): Also makes a good "menu popup" sound. Stungun (Year 1 Variation 1): Also makes a good "exclamation" sound. Stungun (Year 1 Variation 2): Also makes a good "menu popup" sound.
  4. Black Ark Vol 2 is a bit different – more of a various artists collection, put together by Pauline Morrison, with material rescued from the Black Ark studios before their implosion – all mixed by Lee Perry with his amazing mid 70s ear for sound – which makes for timeless magic on cuts that include "Ethiopia" by Carol Cole, "Give Praises.
  5. Feb 09,  · Although space is a virtual vacuum, that does not mean there is no sound in space. Sound does exist in the form of electromagnetic vibrations that pulsate in similar wavelengths. Special.
  6. Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record Store -- Jazz, Soul, Funk, Hip Hop, R&B, Latin, Brazil, African, World Music, Avant, Rock, Blues & more LPs, CDs, vinyl.
  7. Review: Brace yourselves as DJ Manga goes in on the Heist-meets-Hazard style gritty, grizzled wobble jump up vibes with the Geno Cyber EP, freshly delivered for your consumption on Neutronic Beats. The title track is all ominous horror movie samples, grating metallic synths and grouchy bass; next up "Dark Space" pairs punchy drums with eerie atmospherics and more bolshy business, whilst "Turn.
  8. Every sound was originally recorded at 24 bit / 96kHz to ensure the highest quality for today's cinematic production needs. Strap yourself in as this science fiction collection “Cinetools: Space Journey” blasts you off into another dimension of useful and unique sound effects.

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