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- Answering machine beep
Telephone beep of an answering machine. This is a sound wave of 825 Hz sinusoidal frequency. This sound is easy to loop. UCS Category: COMTelph. Duration: 00:01.
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- Tone, ringback tone 1
Telephone tone when the phone rings in Europe. This is a sound wave frequency of 440 Hz sinusoidal. This sound is easy to loop. UCS Category: COMTelph. Duration: 00:40.
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- French dial tone : Call
French dial tone. 440 Hz. UCS Category: COMTelph. Duration: 00:24.
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- Hourly bips 3
4 beeps as transmitted to the radio, France Inter, for example. It is a sinusoidal wave of frequency 1050 Hz. UCS Category: BEEP. Duration: 00:04.
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- Tone, busy 2
Telephone tone when the line is busy, in France. This is a sound wave frequency of 440 Hz sinusoidal. Half a second, every second. This sound is easy to loop. UCS Category: COMTelph. Duration: 00:10.
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- Tone, ringback tone 3
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.
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- Tone, ringback tone 2
Telephone tone when the phone rings in Europe. This is a sound wave frequency of 425 Hz sinusoidal. This sound is easy to loop. UCS Category: COMTelph. Duration: 00:40.
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- Tone, ringback tone 4
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.
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- Tone, busy 1
Telephone tone when the line is busy, in France. This is a sound wave frequency of 440 Hz sinusoidal, slightly clipped. Half a second, every second. This sound is easy to loop. UCS Category: COMTelph. Duration: 00:10.
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- Tone, matching search 1
Telephone tone when searching a correspondent. This is a sound wave frequency of 440 Hz sinusoidal, slightly clipped. This sound is easy to loop. UCS Category: COMTelph. Duration: 00:01.
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- Tone, matching search 2
Telephone tone when searching a correspondent. This is a sound wave frequency of 440 Hz sinusoidal. This sound is easy to loop. UCS Category: COMTelph. Duration: 00:01.
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- French dial tone
French dial tone. 440 Hz. UCS Category: COMTelph. Duration: 00:03.
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- Hourly bips 1
6 bips as transmitted on the BBC from the year 1924 to 1971. It is a sine wave of frequency 1 kHz. More info: www.miketodd.net/other/gts.htm. UCS Category: BEEP. Duration: 00:06.
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- Hourly bips 2
6 bips as transmitted on the BBC since the year 1972. It is a sine wave of frequency 1 kHz. More info: www.miketodd.net/other/gts.htm. UCS Category: BEEP. Duration: 00:06.
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