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8 results for "Sampleur" - Most at least downloaded

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- Aluminum lid 20 cm
Sample: Cookware: 20cm diameter aluminum lid hit by a wooden drum stick. The .wav sound is perfectly suited for use in a sampler. UCS Category: METLImpt. Duration: 00:01.
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- Aluminum saucepan base 20cm
Aluminum saucepan base 20cm. UCS Category: METLImpt. Duration: 00:01.
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- Aluminum pan edge 20cm
Aluminum pan edge 20cm. UCS Category: METLImpt. Duration: 00:01.
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- Aluminum frying pan edge 26cm
Aluminum frying pan edge 26cm. UCS Category: METLImpt. Duration: 00:02.
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- Aluminum pan bottom 26cm
Aluminum pan bottom 26cm. UCS Category: METLImpt. Duration: 00:01.
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- Copper saucepan base 8cm
Copper saucepan base 8cm. UCS Category: METLImpt. Duration: 00:02.
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- Copper saucepan bottom 7 cm (Sample)
Copper saucepan bottom 7 cm (Sample). UCS Category: METLImpt. Duration: 00:02.
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- Copper cooker bottom 10cm (Sample)
Copper cooker bottom 10cm (Sample). UCS Category: METLImpt. Duration: 00:02.
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