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    I'm looking for the short quick two beeps that come before the bloopers/outtakes on some films as I'm doing a blooper reel. It's not the sound found here. If you know where I can find a similar sound, I would be very appreciative. Thanks.


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    I'm not sure which sound your referring to but I have a lot of beeps and sounds that I can give you. I also make them.

    is there maybe a sample video on youtube or something that you can show so that I can tell which sound your looking for?
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    How about just a simple 1k tone generator. I've used those in the past.


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    53 seconds into this video I put a really corny simple beep, is something like this what you mean? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MUhgIAag0rY
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    I'm looking for something similar to the two beeps at the beginning of this video. Thanks. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f7l9ESnIJ-o


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    ok, you want that in 41 or 48khz?
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    48 khz. thanks


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    FYI those are Nagra beeps. 1K tone. In the good old days when recording to analog tape it was common practice to put a few beeps like that between takes so that you could identify different recordings while fast forwarding. I think the practice was two at the head and three at the tail but I'm not sure it was set in stone. On FX recordings I've heard anywhere from two to six or seven. You always do at least two so you don't mistake it for something you actually recorded. You make them by pressing a momentary switch that patches in the tone generator. SD and Sure mixers also have this switch (probably all production mixers do also).
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    here's like 8 different ones, 2 dry, 2 same with echo, 2 lower pitch, 2 of those with echo.
    hope they work for you, good luck!

    you can download the single wav file with all of these in it --->>> here: https://www.onlinefilefolder.com/4svUzGDLncUQ00

    let me know if they work for you!
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    I just use the tone that comes with "bars and tone" in FCP
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