The Star Fleet/X-Bomber Sound Effect Package

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The Star Fleet/X-Bomber Sound Effect Package

Postby Bladez636 » Sat Apr 09, 2011 7:05 am

I've found myself compiling several sound effects from "Star Fleet" *in some cases using the foreign versions since the UK master mixed between them* and thus I'm proud to present this to you all:http://www.megaupload.com/?d=M4HU21BHHalf of these were compiled by me, and the other half was by http://www.youtube.com/user/jamesuk9999 as part of his Cinesound Effect Library preservation project. The masters behind half of Star Fleet's English masters as well as Thunderbirds, the James Bond Films, 2001: A Space Odyssey and Alien .etcThe other half of the masters were from "Theatre 3 Productions" which I assume are the Japanese masters used in there. Cinesound has a lot stronger effect with it's sounds than the Japanese masters.I apologize for any clips in bad condition, that's thanks to having no access to any better quality pieces....Enjoy....

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The Star Fleet/X-Bomber Sound Effect Package

Postby Bladez636 » Sat Apr 09, 2011 7:08 am

Had to seperate posts....Sound listing by episode:Episode 1Makara’s Battlecruiser Rumble - Imperial Battlecruiser loop.wmaCommunications System beep - communication systems beeping.mp3Makara’s Battlecruiser Interior whine - Makara's Battlecruiser interior loop.wavMakara’s Battlecruiser Interior whine (with squeaking mechanics) - Makaras battlecruiser interior (with mechanics).wmaOrion’s Crank Elevator - small crank elevator rise.wavTermoid Robotic whirring - Robot malfunction.wavMakara’s Battlecruiser exterior Engine whir - Makaras battlecruiser exterior loop.mp3Imperial Master Transmission beep - transmission start.mp3Makara’s Battlecruiser laser fire - Imperial Mothership laser 02.wavLaser firing - multiple laser shots.wavExplosion 1 - sharp outburst varient (Star Fleet).wavAlien ship noise - Alien ship noise.mp3EDF Forces base interior - EDF base interior.wmaIncoming Transmission - transmission incoming.mp3Communication opening – communicationopening.wavPluto Base Astro Fighter Alarm - Beeping (heard in X-Bomber).wavDoor Slider Opening - door motor move.wavAstro fighter launch - Launch fire blast.wavAstro fighter gliding - Jet whooshing.wmaJet Dive - jet dive.mp3Jet Dive 2 - jet dive 02.mp3Weak Explosion 1 - explosion04.mp3Weak Explosion 2 - explosion05.mp3Weak Explosion 3 – explosion06.mp3Weak Explosion 4 (Waa type) – explosion.mp3EDF small beeping - Tiny double beep.wavEDF Interior 2/X-Bomber stationary interior/Moonbase interior - X-Bomber interior.mp3Beeping Loop - Beeping loop (X-Bomber) (no extra beeps).wavTransmission end - transmission end.mp3Space Shuttle Interior - Jet interior.wavPPA flutter (Japan) - exaggerated rise sound.mp3PPA flutter loop (Japan) - PPA fly loop.mp3PPA flutter loop (English) – PPA fly loop variant.wavImperial Carrier Exterior (Japan) - Alien carriers loop.mp3Imperial Carrier Exterior (English) – Alien ship loop.mp3Imperial Carrier Interior - Alien carrier interior.mp3Imperial Fighter flyby - Imperial Fighter flyby.wavKlaxon Alarm - Klaxon Type 6 (Used in X-Bomber AKA Starfleet and Half Life) alt.wmaImperial Fighter Laser - fighter laser.mp3Imperial Fighter Laser 02 - laser fire.wavExplosion 2 - Explosion 7 Alt 25 classic pistol (Space 1999, Remastered with cleaner sound prints).wavExplosion 3 - Weak Explosion Alt 15 Master.wavExplosion 4 - Explosion 104 Alt2 UFO.wavExplosion 5 - sharp outburst varient 2 (Star Fleet).wavExplosion 6 - sharp outburst varient 3 (Star Fleet).wavExplosion 7 - Small explosion (with small metallic clank).wavRapid laserfire – Rapid sci-fi laser.wavIncoming Explosion whistle – 8.wavElectronic beeping loop - electronic beeping loop.wavPPA Robotic whir – robotwhir.wavBuzzer Alarm - Buzzer alarm loop.wavX-Bomber door slider - Door slider open.wavTurning Chair clank - switching sound.mp3X-Bomber launch - X-Bomber launch.mp3X-Bomber air moving - X-Bomber moving.mp3Explosion 8 - Explosion 7 Alt 14 Small outburst.wavWeak Explosion 5 - explosion07.mp3Weak Explosion 6 - explosion08.mp3Weak Explosion 7 - explosion09.mp3Weak Explosion 8 - explosion10.mp3Weak Explosion 9 - explosion11.mp3Laser turret blasts - Scifi laser (base for reconstructing).wavLonger laser loop - Ongoing laser loop.mp3X-Bomber Interior (Japan) - X-Bomber interior varient 2.mp3X-Bomber crash on Lunar Surface - Ship grinds to halt.mp3NOTE: I have had trouble finding a clean cut master of the jet diving sound used when X-Bomber falls toward the moon. Considering I’ve checked the foreign versions with the original masters, I have to assume that was a Cinesound effect. If anyone has heard this sound in another production where I can get a clean cut version, please let me know.Episode 2Dissimulator Ray lower - Dissimulator Ray lower.wavDissimulator Ray (change pitch/speed for intensity) - Dissimulator Ray loop.mp3Lamia's buggy - Lamia's buggy.wavTin clanking - tinclank.wavX-Bomber neck motors - small motor move and stop.wavX-Bomber lasers - X-Bomber lasers.wavWeak Explosion 10 - exploison02.mp3Weak Explosion 11 - explosion03.mp3Imperial Carrier turn/startup - Alien ship turn or startup.mp3Clank sound – clank.mp3Repair sound ambience – repairs.wavCharging sound - charging sound.mp3Weak Sounding Alarm – smallalarms.wavEpisode 3Digital clock pinging - digital clock ping.mp3Pick up Phone - pickup phone.wavMissile base beep loop - beeping loop 01.mp3Small motor movement – smallmotor1.wavCanon laser clunk - canon laser clunk.mp3Imperial Battlecruiser laser missile fire - prolonged laser.mp3Hatch door open – hatchdooropen.wavX-Bomber launch fire - X-Bomber launch fire.wmaX-Bomber cockpit cruise - X-Bomber cockpit cruise.wavX-Bomber cockpit cruise w/ radar - X-Bomber cockpit cruise with beeping radar beeps.wavX-Impulse - X-Impulse.wmaBarrage of Explosions - Several small explosions.wmaEpisode 4Shield loop - Shield loop.wavRapid laser fire 2 - rapid laserfire.mp3Jet flyby - Flyby 2.wavCrashing impact - crashing impact.mp3Makara’s Screen lower - exaggerated lower sound.mp3Episode 5Wind - cold lonely wind 2.wmaWarning beep loop - warning beep loop.mp3X-Bomber laser 02 - X-Bomber lasers 2.wavEpisode 6High spinning alarm - high whirring alarm.wmaMalfunctioning Controls - Malfunctioning controls.wavEpisode 8Long Explosion loop - Long Explosion 2.wmaCrumbling rock - collapsing stone bridge.wavEpisode 10Skull lasers - skull lasers.wavEpisode 11Missile Launch/Ship launch - Missile fire 2 (As seen in A Night to Remember (1958).wavTank track rumbling - Tank track vehicle go (probably recorded from a Centurian tank).wavEpisode 12X-Bomber Engine Room/Skull Interior - Skull Interior Buzz.wmaCircuit spark - Short circuit 2.wavEpisode 14Sci-fi area - SciFi area (X-Bomber) Dehissed.wavEpisode 15Beeping alarm loop - beepingalarm.wavEpisode 19Bionic Assassin chattering – bionicassassin.wavNote: I’m rather unsure that the Bionic Assassin vocal was a sound effect or from a voice actorEpisode 23Mystic sounds - mystic.wavImperial Fortress - Imperial Fortress.wavElectric Net shootout – missilelaunch.wav




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Postby Shane » Sat Apr 09, 2011 9:29 am

Wow! Hugely impressive piece of work there!At last - A whole bank of Star Fleet sound effects to play around with. These will be ideal for future fan-projects not to mention Crash's game and the fan-dub of Episode 18.
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Postby Crash » Sat Apr 09, 2011 10:51 am

Yes, please can I have a copy when you're done? I'll host it for anyone else to use.Amazingly impressed with what you've done. If got a zip file with such a breadth of sounds in for me to play with, that would be my prayers answered.EDIT: My bad - I hadn't realised you'd done this already! Nice ... One.



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Postby Vanessa » Fri Apr 15, 2011 8:30 pm

This is totally AWESOME!!! Well done Sir!I absolutely love sound effects. I used to "collect" them when I was a little kid, using a portable tape-recorder, like the one's you used to use to load computer games onto such high-tech marvels as the Sinclair Spectrum 48K Plus (which I had as  kid).See, I did used to play computer games, but that was a while ago!   Anyways, when Youtube came along, I realised that there were others who loved old sound effects too, so I dug out my old tapes and listened to them again. Listening to this huge list of Star Fleet sound effects bought back all those old memories again...I didn't realise that (how daft I'm going to sound now...) TV/Movie studios used the same sound effect clips over and over again for different shows, which they selected from the same library. I did wonder why the effects from different shows often sounded so familiar. I've just finished watching all the Ulysses 31 DVD's and there were many of these self-same sound effects on that show as well. Incidentally, I really enjoyed watching Ulysses 31 again after all these years. I would heartly recommend it.I checked out "JamesUK9999's" sound effects page and was amazed by all the old sound effects that have been used and re-used on so many shows. They are a historically significant resource in their own right. I also spotted a 10 month-old comment from a Star Fleet fan, I guess that was you Bladez636? You should've joined the Forum earlier!   I agree with Shane, your work will be a great benefit to any future Star Fleet/X-Bomber projects involving sounds, such as the EP18 Fan-dub project   In fact, your appearance on the Forum couldn't have come at a better time.Not to mention the fact that I now have enough Star Fleet sound effects for my Mobile phone and SMS incoming alert sounds to last me for the next Milliton!It was worth every penny of the trip to the shop to buy another PAYG mobile internet top-up voucher   Better not rattle on any longer, but suffice it to say I'm hugely impressed!
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Postby Bladez636 » Fri Apr 15, 2011 9:44 pm


(Vanessa @ Apr. 15 2011,21:30)QUOTEI checked out "JamesUK9999's" sound effects page and was amazed by all the old sound effects that have been used and re-used on so many shows. They are a historically significant resource in their own right. I also spotted a 10 month-old comment from a Star Fleet fan, I guess that was you Bladez636? You should've joined the Forum earlier!   I agree with Shane, your work will be a great benefit to any future Star Fleet/X-Bomber projects involving sounds, such as the EP18 Fan-dub project   In fact, your appearance on the Forum couldn't have come at a better time.Not to mention the fact that I now have enough Star Fleet sound effects for my Mobile phone and SMS incoming alert sounds to last me for the next Milliton!It was worth every penny of the trip to the shop to buy another PAYG mobile internet top-up voucher   Better not rattle on any longer, but suffice it to say I'm hugely impressed!That was most likely me yes.... I go by the name "thebladezmanII", I use an icon of Makara off of here.Bad/Good News: Monday, my laptop finally died on me. I have a new one now. Anyhow, the main problem is that I can't get Sony Vegas (my sound editing system) back so far, really unsure why it won't install it. Plus let's add the fact that Movie Maker sucks (even more so now that it's been replaced w/ Movie Maker Live). Anyhow, I won't quit that easy.... Best Buy sells a version of Vegas for $49 which is quite a deal. I really wouldn't worry too much on your part.I also am really unadjusted to my laptop (which is a Toshiba, at the advice of my girlfriend), so I'll be taking it in each day at a time.... slowly. Which means I will actually be off for half the day, which I will spend being lifeless in another fashion; watching DVDs..... Watch some Thunderbirds, Star Fleet, finish off my Joe 90 DVD and perhaps re-acquaint myself with my Invader Zim DVD's.....Anyhow, it's a really good thing I decided to do this two days before it happened, not to mention finishing my Caliban picture. Though this wouldn't have gone totally to waste, as I had been anticipating this event for a long time and backed up all my sounds on a file sharing network. As such, I must go to the trouble of finding the rar file I downloaded the SF Soundtrack off of (Yes, I'm a dirty downloader.... Keep in mind, I'd gladly buy the CD were I not poor/depended on my parents credit card to buy stuff offline for me. Think less of me, I deserve it)




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Postby Vanessa » Fri Apr 15, 2011 10:44 pm

Ah, thought that was you with the Makara Icon!Good luck with your new Laptop, I know how long it can take to adjust to a new computer, but Toshiba's are a good make. We used to use them at work and they were fine, so you should be up and runnin' in no time If you've got time to pass watching DVD's, you'd do a lot worse than to check out Ulysses 31, you'd certainly recognise the sound effects!
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Postby Bladez636 » Sun Apr 17, 2011 6:52 am


(Vanessa @ Apr. 15 2011,23:44)QUOTEAh, thought that was you with the Makara Icon!Good luck with your new Laptop, I know how long it can take to adjust to a new computer, but Toshiba's are a good make. We used to use them at work and they were fine, so you should be up and runnin' in no time If you've got time to pass watching DVD's, you'd do a lot worse than to check out Ulysses 31, you'd certainly recognise the sound effects!  I'm a little more adjusted, just can't figure out a lot of stuff lately. Hell, it has over 500GB, that stomps my old comp's memory into paste!I'm really not very fond of anime shows or any Japanese media.... Closest is Thunderbirds 2086 which I can't even get into. Believe me, I was surprised when I got into "Star Fleet". I'm the kind of person who really can't get around the whole "tentacle rape" thing too.... So yeah..... My dislike of it has pretty much been a reason for my divergance in interests with my girlfriend (who is an anime freak). By that, I might assume they use the same Japanese masters or the English dub uses Cinesound....BTW as you asked before, my reason for not joining these forums earlier were mainly because I was trying to wait and see if that registration error would clear up, which it obviously hadn't

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Postby Crash » Sun Apr 17, 2011 3:47 pm

Gundam will fix that for you.I am not an anime person, really. There is an *awful* lot of rubbish that the Japanese produce as anime.However, like any normal TV show, some are terrible, some are brilliant.One problem I have is that some of the anime Sci-Fi is too extreme and often quite disturbed with superhuman nonsense and psychology and religion and what-not.I take Akira (which is sickening) as an example there and Evangelion as a lesser example, which is truly great, once you get your head around it (which took me some time).Gundam is nice because it is a 'middle-of-the-road' anime. It just has realistic, giant robots that make a fair amount of sense. It's quite hard sci-fi really and beyond that, it's just a matter of man's inhumanity to his fellows, which is just real.Gundam's action is always good and its music really finishes it off.



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Postby Vanessa » Sun Apr 24, 2011 3:38 pm

Bladez636 wrote: QUOTEI'm the kind of person who really can't get around the whole "tentacle rape" thing too.... I understand what you mean entirely. The initial spread of Anime through the appearance of films like the Urotsukidojii series did the whole Anime genre no good at all IMHO.Crash wtote: QUOTEI am not an anime person, really. There is an *awful* lot of rubbish that the Japanese produce as anime.However, like any normal TV show, some are terrible, some are brilliant.One problem I have is that some of the anime Sci-Fi is too extreme and often quite disturbed with superhuman nonsense and psychology and religion and what-not.I tend to agree with Crash about Anime as a whole, because of the above points. But there are some non-violent, non-sexually explicit shows as well, that are worth checking out. So to avoid all Anime would be to miss out on some good stuff.I've yet to check out Gundam but I hope to at somepoint, on Crash's recommendation. I'm also looking forward to watching Steamboy pretty soon as well.You pays yer money and takes yer choice...



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