Some of your “Current Sounds” now make more sense to me
Rain on the windows is my one true classic sound.
Pfft! of beer can
i could take this one of two ways…
Please take it the good way…I’m thinking of
Rain on the tent as I rest after a hike
screaming overdriven 303
bass guitar played with pick
pile driver machine (shame on me, but i still never used this sound for kick yet)
The springs of the toaster popping up
Hearing the Wilhelm scream in a movie.
Peeling apart Velcro, popping bubble wrap
- wind in the trees
- snow falling
- walking in snow
- walking in leaves
- waves breaking
- the sound in the barrel of a wave
- skateboards rolling
- skateboards rolling on ramps [wood not steel]
- powder turns
- golf [all shots]
Chirping geckos around the house.
Stage 1 from Streets of Rage.
Hitting golfballs with a baseball bat.
Waterfalls or the ocean.
The super shotgun from Doom.
misread as „gothballs“
Crunchy hand claps
Nathan East’s bass playing on 70s Barry White records
Light rain on a metal roof
Train whistle in winter, heard from several miles away
McCoy Tyner’s chord voicings
Juno 60 pads
My kid’s laugh
Hiss and crackle of old vinyl. Johnny Cash. Campfires. My daughter laughing. Click and hum of powering up my favourite gear. The ball hitting the back of the net. John Peel. The perfect filter sweep. Freewheeling downhill on a nice day. Billie Holiday. Finding the perfect chord on piano. Call to prayer at dawn in a faraway land. Coffee percolating in the morning.
This killed me
The sound of snow falling at midnight.
Ice as it drips and collects into small melt water pools.
Gently bubbling streams and rivers.
Belly laughs from a toddler.
The crowd noise when your child scores in sport.
The beautiful silence of truly remote nature, free from light pollution.
808 BD with medium decay, tone high, I’ll never ever tire of it.
TB-303 square wave, I’ll never tire of that either.
A cassette rewinding.
A train in the distance on a quiet night.
Filtered white noise.
80’s arcades. Like an introduction to synthesis.
Oh man, so many of these resonant with me.