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Trumpet Interface

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Trumpet Interface offers you 264 clicking, clustering, chattering and squeaky sound files to be used in your project. Over 6 minutes of UI SFX that cost way less than the trumpet used to record them.

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Louis Armstrong. Wynton Marsalis. Doc Severinson. Miles Davis. What do these trumpet players have in common? None of them would be caught dead recording for this sound effects library.

Trumpet Interface offers you 264 clicking, clustering, chattering and squeaky sound files to be used in your project. Recorded in private on a Bach 180S37 Stradivarius Bb Trumpet, George took his time in making sounds that would make any 4th chair trumpet player proud. From mouthpiece buzzes to low-tone squelches, this mangled trumpet stuff will make your user interface blow the face off any unsuspecting user. Over 6 minutes of UI SFX that cost way less than the trumpet used to record them.

Product Specs

Product Number:

SLG-1003

Current Version:

1.0

Total Size of Samples:

255MB

Total Number of Files:

264

Format and Resolution:

96kHz/24bit

Lapsed Time:

Metadata:

Soundminer, BaseHead

License Description:

Single user license, royalty-free - for a multi-user license, click here

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If we met in real life, I would shake your hand and say, “My name is George Hufnagl. It’s great to meet you!” And it would be great, because meeting new people is great, and names are great, and you’d tell me yours, and we’d be off to the races. Or wherever! You would describe your interests and concerns (I would let you go first), and then I’d explain my passion and experience working with game developers, live performers, toymakers, writers, and other creative people. If we hit it off, which I bet we would, we might share ideas, throw most of them away, but then find that one idea that just…you know. We’d nod. You’d say “Whoa.” I’d say, “Yeah.” Then we’d talk business. 

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