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- Footsteps on gravels 1
Several steps on gravel ground. UCS Category: FEETHmn. Duration: 00:09.
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- Heavy atmosphere of science fiction
Heavy atmosphere of science fiction. bass sounds, sounds of distant vessels, etc. UCS Category: AMBDsgn. Duration: 00:33.
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- Spaceship passage 3
The passage of a spaceship. In reality, sound needs air to move: In the absence of air in space, no sound. Except at the cinema.. UCS Category: SCIShip. Duration: 00:20.
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- Fireworks far away
Fireworks recorded 5 km (3,1 miles) away. Dog barking and music in the background. UCS Category: FRWKComr. Duration: 01:30.
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- Explosion 1
An explosion at around 150 meters. An agricultural gun designed to frighten birds. UCS Category: EXPLReal. Duration: 00:01.
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- Sci-fiction robotic noise
Sci-fiction robotic noise. UCS Category: ROBTVox. Duration: 00:08.
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- Explosion far away 2
An explosion at around 250 meters. An agricultural gun designed to frighten birds. UCS Category: EXPLReal. Duration: 00:01.
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- Low frequency continuous buzzer
Low frequency continuous buzzer. There is a buzzer of walkie talkie on a wooden table. UCS Category: COMTran. Duration: 00:04.
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