An accurate simulation of the Greenwich Time Signal, a.k.a. “The Pips” used to mark the hour on BBC radio broadcasts. The six pip time signal is played six times, the takes are increasingly loud. Electronic Sound Effects, Beeping
This is the sound you hear when a word has been censored. To use it effectively leave the first letter of the word you want to omit still audible and then overlay this sound over the rest. Sometimes also leaving the last letter audible works nicely. Electronic Sound Effects, Beeping
A common houseold smoke detector goes off. Hopefully, it's just the wife cooking again and not a real fire. Perfect sound effect for any scene in a film, commercial documentary or corporate. Electronic Sound Effects, Beeping
Thirty five censor bleeps (1KHz plus 3rd harmonic) increasing in duration from 0.05 seconds to 2.5 seconds.
As used to replace swearing or other words which should not be broadcast, (e. g. names and addresses ). Electronic Sound Effects, Beeping
Warning beep sound. sounds like a 'bong bong ' sound. recorded in a car warning that keys have been left in or lights left on. could also be an aircraft panel warning or any other electronic warning sound. Electronic Sound Effects, Beeping
Computer gibberish. Also available in the Sci Fi Soundscapes CD SoundPack that features 87 tracks in the following categories: Drones, Atmospheres, Computers, Alarms, Weather, Energy, Spaceships and Heartbeats. Electronic Sound Effects, Beeping
a toddler or a layman infant decides to compete with a professional DJ in UK. Since he cannot outperform the professional DJ, the groove helped the toddler in emerging the true cuteness of the child. A very cool and catchy tune :), Electronic Sound Effects, Beeping