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.
Crackers, snappers, whippersnappers, pop-its, bang-snaps: Throwing firecrackers on the ground. They contain small amounts of silver fulminate and gravel. 4 clicks. UCS Category: FRWKRec. Duration: 00:03.
This action can be VERY long depending on your connection and the size of the files!
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