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808 state - pacific state owl sample

Postby Deep808 » 11 Sep 2003 01:17

Hello :)

I´m on the search (since years) for a owl sample.I first heard that sample in: 808 state - pacific state.
maybe someone knows where i can get it ( hope so )
pllleeeaaaassseeee help me :)

Greets out to all 808state fans out there ! !
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Postby SteveC » 11 Sep 2003 14:17

I know it was a bird sounding sample, but wasn't it more of a seagull type call
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Postby David » 11 Sep 2003 15:29

Wasn't it influenced by the music of Martin Denny ?
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It's Common Loon samples!!!!!

Postby PatFromCanada » 11 Sep 2003 15:54

That bird sound in Pacific State is not an owl. Its the call of the north american loon. I know this for a fact since I am from Canada and I hear it all the time. :wink:

Here's some more info on this bird. Cheers!

http://www.junglewalk.com/frames.asp

There's various samples there in wav and MP3 format.

I like this one in particular...

http://www.junglewalk.com/popup.asp?typ ... udioID=660

They do make unique calls. Their sound is also featured in "The Helicopter Tune" (jungle) and Sueno Latino's "Sueno Latino".
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Its a LOON

Postby jenko » 11 Sep 2003 16:12

The bird sound is probably that of either the Common Loon or the Pacific Loon...Theres a zipped wav sample at http://www.nevillerecording.com/samples.html

Type the names into a search engine and you should get loads of site with other audio samples........GOOD LUCK
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Postby Deep808 » 11 Sep 2003 17:59

:) WOW, thank you all a lot !!! after years of searching know i finaly have it :D

thank you verrrrrryyy much, realy :)
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Postby Mark » 11 Sep 2003 21:32

I can't belive we're talking about bird noises. tweet tweet. You guys have had your binoculars out too much!!!
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Postby Pete » 12 Sep 2003 13:29

Bill Oddie give us a clue?
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Postby Dr.Walsh » 14 Sep 2003 17:52

yeah - the Common Loon is better known as the Great Northern Diver in Europe, and the Pacific Loon, the Black-throated Diver (although some scientists believe there is a case for making the Pacific Diver or Loon a separate species).

I would think that it is likely given the track that it is a Pacific Diver/Loon featured... :)

Bird calls are incredibly fascinating. Anyone interested in sound should check out David Attenboroughs' 'Life Of Birds'. On there, they show what happens inside a bird to make certain noises, absolutely amazing! :)

ornithological 'Dr.' Walsh (Young Ornithologist Of The Year 1985!) :)
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Postby SteveC » 15 Sep 2003 20:35

I knew the Doc would come up with the scientific response
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