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- Rain and Thunder 2
Heavy rain and thunderstorms. UCS Category: STORM. Duration: 02:37.
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- Thunder 3
A single thunderclap, without rain. UCS Category: THUN. Duration: 00:11.
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- Thunder 2
A single short thunderclap, without rain. UCS Category: THUN. Duration: 00:05.
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- Thunder 4
A single thunderclap, without rain. UCS Category: THUN. Duration: 00:17.
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- Thunder 1
A single clap of thunder, without rain. UCS Category: THUN. Duration: 00:23.
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- Rain and Thunder 4
Heavy rain and thunderstorms. UCS Category: STORM. Duration: 34:52.
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- Rain and Thunder 1
Heavy rain. A thunderstorm at the end. UCS Category: STORM. Duration: 00:42.
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- Thunder and rain on car windshield
Storm then big drops of rain on a car windshield. This sound can be immediately preceded by Sound # 1295 (Rain on Windshield Car). Sound recording inside the vehicle. UCS Category: RAINGlas, STORM. Duration: 00:52.
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- Zipper 2
Zipper 2. UCS Category: OBJZipr. Duration: 00:01.
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Click here to listen to this sound (#2717)
- Rain and Thunder 3
Heavy rain and thunderstorms. Birds. UCS Category: STORM. Duration: 00:40.
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- Rain and thunder in a tent
Medium rain and small storm in a tent. UCS Category: RAINClth, STORM. Duration: 03:29.
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- Zip 9
Sound of a zipper. UCS Category: OBJZipr. Duration: 00:01.
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- Flash powder 2
Sound of a "Flashing powder" flash. In the middle of the 19th century, the average exposure time in photography was around 30 seconds. In 1887, Adolf Mieetke and Johannes Gaedicke invented "Flashing Powder". It is an explosive mixture made of magnesium, potassium chlorate and antimony. Once ignited, its combustion provides a bright light, noise but also a lot of smoke. The first flash was born and made it possible to shorten exposure times. Thanks to Gerry OULEVAY (GerryOulevay.ch), photographed by Chantal CODOUREY PIGUET. UCS Category: COMCam. Duration: 00:02.
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- Zip 5
Sound of a zipper. UCS Category: OBJZipr. Duration: 00:04.
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- Zipper 4
Zipper 4. UCS Category: OBJZipr. Duration: 00:01.
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- Zipper 3
Zipper 3. UCS Category: OBJZipr. Duration: 00:01.
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Click here to listen to this sound (#0014)
- Zip 1
Zip K-way: slow (x1), fast (x1), very fast (x1). UCS Category: OBJZipr. Duration: 00:03.
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- Zip 6
Sound of a zipper. UCS Category: OBJZipr. Duration: 00:02.
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- Zip 7
Sound of a zipper. UCS Category: OBJZipr. Duration: 00:02.
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- Zip 8
Sound of a zipper. UCS Category: OBJZipr. Duration: 00:01.
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Click here to listen to this sound (#2685)
- Flash powder 1
Sound of a "Flashing powder" flash. In the middle of the 19th century, the average exposure time in photography was around 30 seconds. In 1887, Adolf Mieetke and Johannes Gaedicke invented "Flashing Powder". It is an explosive mixture made of magnesium, potassium chlorate and antimony. Once ignited, its combustion provides a bright light, noise but also a lot of smoke. The first flash was born and made it possible to shorten exposure times. Thanks to Gerry OULEVAY (GerryOulevay.ch), photographed by Chantal CODOUREY PIGUET. UCS Category: COMCam. Duration: 00:02.
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