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Workshop sounds

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    • Workshop sounds
  • Variants

    • Home workshop sounds
    • Shop sounds (Workshop sounds)
  • Broader Terms

  • Sources

    • found: Work cat.: Industrial/household [sound recording], 1979?(Contents: Sawmill in operation -- Chain saw cutting down tree -- Tree crash -- High speed metal punch -- High speed labeller -- Assembler -- Metal sorter -- Old elevator with metal gates -- Old elevator with metal gate and wood door -- Hand saw -- Hammering on metal -- Chipping at stone-chisel and hammer -- Jack hammer -- Pile driver -- Sledge hammer striking metal wedge -- Chopping tree -- Hand operated printing press -- Sash window-open and close -- Person brushing teeth -- Open curtains -- Open a jar-then close -- Crack egg -- Prepare omelet -- Whistling kettle -- Alarm clock rings-fumbling shut off -- Fill wash basin -- Fill electric kettle-plug in -- Bacon frying -- Eggs frying -- Glass bottle opened-milk poured -- Electric kettle comes to boil-unplug -- Coffee percolating -- Coffee percolated-slows to stop -- Small fire in fireplace -- Smaller fire-mostly embers -- Poker lifted from rack-used-replaced -- Fire flares up -- Log flares up -- English phone with remote ring -- North American phone-dial tone-dial-remote ring -- Phone thrown to floor in anger -- Toilet flush -- Washing dishes -- Blankets-person gets into bed; Series: Sound effects)
    • found: Sounds of the workshop, 1978.
    • found: BBC sound FX library. 43, D.I.Y. and building [sound recording], 1997, p1990.
    • found: LCSH(Workshop sounds UF Shop sounds, Workshops--Sounds; Workshops UF Home workshops, Shops)
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    • 2013-05-16: new
    • 2014-09-05: revised
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