Telephone tone when the phone rings, in the United States and Canada. These are two sound waves of frequencies 440 Hz and 480 Hz sinusoidal. This sound is easy to loop. UCS Category: COMTelph. Duration: 00:30.
Telephone tone when the phone rings, in the UK, Ireland, New Zealand and many other countries with historical ties to the Commonwealth. These are two sound waves of frequencies 400 Hz and 450 Hz sinusoidal. This sound is easy to loop. UCS Category: COMTelph. Duration: 00:30.
Old rotary telephone. Pick up, then dial my own cell phone number. It is possible to compare the duration to find my number. Text me if you find out. Don't forget to add the France code if applicable. UCS Category: COMTelph. Duration: 00:24.
This action can be VERY long depending on your connection and the size of the files!
To refine your search: - Choose one or two simple words, - preferably in French, or in English - avoid spellin mistaq and tyyping - Try synonyms - Do not agree verbs - Avoid adjectives (big cat , magnificent thunderstorm, powerful explosion, high-pitched scream, etc.) - Prefer the single name of the source object noise (motor of a scooter, bird in the garden, horn of a taxi, evening wind , hen who has pain in the right leg, etc.) - avoid onomatopoeia and slang - Choose the singular - Do not don't look for what the sound is not (Baby who doesn't cry, windless forest) - Don't write what you want to do with it ( bark for ringing, waves for falling asleep)