Tag: sound of the day

Rhino Charging Sound to Get Your Day Moving

October 2, 2012 by PSE in Sound Of The Day

Poaching, often for their horns, has kept rhinos an endangered species since the ’70s. Did you know? The distinctive horn for which rhinos are so well known isn’t actually a true horn: it is made of thickly matted hair that grows from the skull, without skeletal support. Download FREE Rhino …

Starting Next Week, Sound of the Day Highlights Endangered Species Sound Effects

September 27, 2012 by PSE in Sound Of The Day

Recently, CNN published a profile of Bernie Krause, a musician-turned-sound-ecologist whose work in natural environments and ambiences totals some 44 years of  experience. In that time, the article goes on to say, Krause has recorded an estimated 15,000 creatures. But a more startling statistic comes from within that figure: 50% of those …

Giant Panda Cub Call For Endangered Animals Awareness

September 26, 2012 by PSE in Sound Of The Day

Giant Pandas stand between two and three feet tall at the shoulder when on all four legs. But they eat sitting upright, using a pseudo thumb to scarf bamboo stems. In one day, a Giant Panda will eat between 20-40 pounds of bamboo, which they can stomach since their digestive …

NASA Titan Voyager Rocket Launch Sound to Lift Your Day (Sound of the Day)

September 10, 2012 by PSE in Sound Of The Day

A retired family of rockets, Titan 3E (also called “the Centaur”) was launched seven times between 1974 and 1977. Did you know? One of the three payloads Titan 3 carried was Voyager (both 1 and 2). A total of 11,000 work-years were devoted to the Voyager program! Download FREE Titan …

Referee Whistle Sound for NFL Fans

September 5, 2012 by PSE in Sound Of The Day

Before the 1961 season, NFL players were expected to be two-way players—that’s offense AND defense! That’s pretty tough. But then again, before 1906 (when President Teddy Roosevelt had to convince universities to change the rules of American Football) gang tackling was still allowed, forward passing was illegal, and the distance …