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    Oh yah I fixed the links on my profile if you want to visit my YouTube's, you can also visit them from my signature if you haven't noticed.

    Check out my own YouTube channel(RC_Swift): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwJFB7r4bcfri4MzEn_REtg
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    Well done, I may just do that in due time. smile


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    Be my guest, I just back from a 200 meter dash(around something like that) I am getting ready for track

    Check out my own YouTube channel(RC_Swift): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwJFB7r4bcfri4MzEn_REtg
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    I saw a documantary years ago, where a guy contact mic'd a guy wire on a radio mast then hit the wire with a heavy wrench. Then he sped up the recording to get the "peow" component for a laser weapon. I think it may have been for the original Star Wars.

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    That's true. Sound designer, Ben Burrt, was responsible for creating that and many Star Wars sounds.
    http://filmsound.org/starwars/lasergunstory.htm

    Warning: don't ram LP's into the DVD burner slot.
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    Diboz wrote:
    That's true. Sound designer, Ben Burrt, was responsible for creating that and many Star Wars sounds.
    http://filmsound.org/starwars/lasergunstory.htm

    Yeah that's correct.

    I think we can attribute the slinky to him. But the practice of using piezo transducers on long metal objects is commonplace in the sound design world wink


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