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Effects Listing

  • Thunderstorm, from Echoes of Nature: Thunder CD, used directly from CD.
  • Drip Sounds, manufactured, multi-track recording. The underlying effect was created by recording water dripping from a faucet into a glass of water. With the use of an equalizer and a reverb setting on an effects processor, it was made to sound as if it was inside of a castle.
  • Ocean Sounds, from Echoes of Nature: Ocean Waves CD, used directly from CD.
  • Boat Sounds, manufactured, multi-track recording. The base of this effect was an ocean sound from the Echoes of Nature: Ocean Waves CD. With the use of an equalizer and a noise generator, the wave sounds were manipulated to sound like those heard from a boat. The sound of a computer monitor base creaking, with appropriate equalization and pitch shifting, was used to complete the effect.
  • Harfleur Battle, manufactured, multi-track recording. This effect used material from the Echoes of Nature: Ocean Waves CD as a base, as it was a somewhat nautical battle. Sound effects from various combat and war CD's were used with equalization and pitch shifting techniques to present the illusion of a battle.
  • Battle Preparation Sounds, manufactured, multi-track recording. The raw material for this effect was recorded in a music practice room in Alden Hall. It consisted of groups of people talking, making noise, etc. The raw sound was then pitch shifted and equalized to create a moderately realistic battle preparation effect.
  • Agincourt Battle, manufactured, multi-track recording. The basis for this effect was a medieval battle atmosphere track from the Sound Effects: Combat and War CD. It had a lengthening technique applied to it to stretch the sound from one minute to approximately five. Layered on top of this background sound were various tank, explosion and gun effects.
  • Cannon Fire, sampled from Sound Effects: Combat and War, replayed from digital audio sampler.
  • Helicopter Landing, from Fun With Sound Effects: Volume 1, used directly from CD.

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