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Did id nick the dog alert sound from Cat Stevens?!
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 19, 2014 11:34 am
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Each time I listen to this track, I'm puzzled: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wx4DAezUW9A

The "dog" sound in this proto-electro track sounds totally like the little German shepherd cutie pies we all know & love. Is this just a coincidence, or is it a stock sound or whatever?
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I'm pretty sure it's a stock sound. A lot of the content in Wolf3D seems to be Stock, including some of the graphics, which was discussed in another thread. Smile
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I think so, that first dog sound (on the right) sounds exactly like it. The second bark seems to be slightly lower. Stock sounds is probably what they are. Cool discovery, though!
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I think it's the exact same sound but a pitch lower/higher, whatever. I have zero idea what thread Tricob is referring to, it could be 10 years old for all I know. Which sounds exactly were stock sounds in Wolf? I've always been curious as to where they obtained their sounds (not counting boss & guard alerts/death screams).
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Thomas wrote:
I think it's the exact same sound but a pitch lower/higher, whatever. I have zero idea what thread Tricob is referring to, it could be 10 years old for all I know.
I didn't have the link at the time:

http://diehardwolfers.areyep.com/viewtopic.php?t=6729

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Which sounds exactly were stock sounds in Wolf? I've always been curious as to where they obtained their sounds (not counting boss & guard alerts/death screams).
I'm 100% sure any gun-related sounds are stock sounds, along with the two door sounds. I'd bet that Id had no access to German doors from the 1940s, and to find *and* purchase three guns from the proper era, buy the proper permits and license, and undergo background checks is all kind of overkill just to record three separate gun sounds. Smile

Regarding the Pushwall sound, it may or may not be stock sounds, but there's definitely more than one sound clip used, and Id spliced the two sounds together. You hear the crunchy "budge" sound, and then there's the sound of air making its way into the hidden area. It's highly unlikely that the "air sounds" lasted the exact amount of time needed to make the clip work; I'm sure some editing was done some place. It's faster and more practical to just isolate the two sounds into different clips, and patch them together at certain points to make the two sounds work together. In fact, I'd probably do the same thing myself. Smile
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