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Ambient Casino Sound Discs

Akin to those "sounds of nature" CDs, but replace nature with house of cards
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I was playing poker in an internet cardroom yesterday, and after losing in a couple hours what had taken a few days to build up, I got frustrated and decidfed to sit out for a few hands. But then I just felt like going to bed altogether. I didn't exit the program, however.

While I was lying there, it was nice to hear the ruffle of the deck, the gentle plinking of the chips, and the occasional rapping of the table. The sounds created a soothing atmosphere.

I'm proposing that compact discs containing sounds of the casino be sold along those compact discs that contain the sounds of waterfalls and small birds and the like.

Cuit_au_Four, Dec 22 2005

http://www.sound-ideas.com/sfx2.html [calum, Dec 22 2005]

http://www.grsites....ounds/misc007.shtml [calum, Dec 22 2005]


       I would be flabbergasted to the point of rectal prolapse if there were not already sound effects recordings available with these noises on them.
calum, Dec 22 2005

       calum is right. I have several versions here in my studio, and they're quite easy to find on the web as mp3. I'll try to find you a link in a bit.
Fishrat, Dec 22 2005

       Fishrat is right. A quick googling reveals my rectal integrity is not in danger.
calum, Dec 22 2005

       Do those sfx CD's casino ambience tracks run long enough or do they need editing, mix and re-mastering to fulfill what this idea appears to propose?   

       The nature sounds CDs Cuit_au_Four refers to as models for his idea are long single cuts, right?
bristolz, Dec 23 2005

       Mine lasts just over three minutes <awaits obvious comments>
Fishrat, Dec 23 2005

       When clear the sky is often blue.
bristolz, Dec 23 2005


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