SPIRIT 105.9 - Secret Sound

  • Automatic Soap Dispenser
  • Qwerty Game Sound
  • MRI Machine
  • Turning off a tube television
  • A Chicken
  • Evacuation Alarm
  • Deer Call
  • Bullhorn Siren
  • Letting Air out of a balloon
  • Helicopter Propeller
  • Test Button on a Smoke Alarm
  • Door Stopper
  • Running your finger over Saran Wrap
  • A Camel
  • Door Stopper
  • Saxaphone
  • Alarm Clock Buzzer
  • A Querro
  • Rubberband
  • Plastic Air Mattress Pump
  • Submarine Sonar
  • Scissors Curling A Ribbon
  • Pac-Man "Gobble" Sounds
  • Horn
  • Starting a Lawn Mower
  • Drill
  • Locust
  • Bullfrog
  • Wind Up Alarm Clock
  • Goose
  • Dog Barking
  • Roadrunner
  • Turkey Gobble
  • Guiro
  • Paper Cutter
  • Hummingbird
  • Styrofoam rubbing agains Styrofoam
  • Monkey
  • Closing Tupperware
  • Toy Frog
  • Toy Stick
  • "Operation" Game Buzzer Sound
  • Duck Call Whistle
  • Hinge Opening on a Hope Chest
  • Running Thumb Across Comb
  • Toy Noise Stick
  • Whoopie Cushion
  • A Penguin
  • Trigger Spray Bottle
  • Screwing Something Down
  • Porch Swing
  • Wind Up Toy
  • Pulling a nail out of a board
  • A Dolphin
  • Balloon Squeaking
  • A Cricket
  • Rhinoceros
  • Can Opener
  • Removing a board from a fence
  • Cat Purring
  • Zebra
  • Rubbing an inflated balloon
  • Utility Knife Cutting Cardboard
  • A Chair sliding across the floor
  • Turkeys
  • Nail being pulled out of a board
  • Straw being pulled out of the lid of a cup
  • Flipping pages in a book
  • Rubbing finger across balloon
  • Tying a balloon
  • A Dove
  • Sound from Atari Game Pong
  • Security Wand
  • Sneakers squeaking on a wet floor
  • Emergency Broadcast System Alarm
  • A Robot
  • Kazoo
  • Creaky Floorboard
  • A Goose
  • Whoopee Cushion
  • Cell Phone/Radio Static or interference
  • Ducks
  • Skidding Bike Tire
  • Opening a glass jar
  • A Clown tying a balloon
  • A Peacock
  • A Goose
  • A Saw Starting
  • A Frog
  • A Duck
  • A Pig
  • Squeaky Floorboard
  • Machine Alarm
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