OutOfOdor
5 years ago
NOTE: this is in the "General Discussion" board only because you can mention any sound effect from any era as you wish in this topic.

Anyway, here are some of my favorite animation SFX, in no particular order:
-the Jay Ward clockwork motor (my favorite sound effect of all)
-Bob Clampett's "bayowhoop"
-the robot SFX used in the Gumby short "Robot Rumpus", all of them
-the slide whistle sound used whenever Yukon Cornelius throws his pickaxe in the snow in "Rudolph"
-the Coke bottle "blip" used when the Road Runner sticks out his tongue
-the dreamy vibe effect used in "Crowing Pains" after Sylvester hits Foggy with a hatchet (the stick part, that is!)
-the Disney tire skid
-the Disney "poof!" effect
-the descending space whine effect heard in "Jerry, Jerry Quite Contrary"
-Mel Blanc's painful yells
-the Goofy Holler
-Tom's screams
-the bow twang used by Hanna-Barbera and a few other studios
-the Hanna-Barbera freeze gun
-an airplane sound effect used a couple of times in "How the Grinch Stole Christmas!"
-the fluttery slide whistle used quite a bit in SpongeBob
http://soundeffects.wikia.com/wiki/Sound_Ideas,_GUN,_MACHINE_GUN_-_30_CAL.:_MEDIUM_BURST 


How about you?
"With all respect to the great mousetrap."- Popeye, "The Spinach Overture" (1935)
ToonStar95
5 years ago
Here are a few I can name off the top of my head:

DISNEY
[list]
  • The "Poof!" sound[/list][list]
  • The car tire screech[/list][list]
  • Two gulping sounds[/list][list]
  • That bomb-dropping sound (recently heard in Get a Horse!)[/list][list]
  • That crashing effect that sound like lots of wood being broken[/list][list]
  • And, of course, the Goofy Holler[/list]
  • WB[list][*]Mel Blanc's yells[/list][list][*]That "TOING!" sound from the early 60s[/list]MGM[list][*]Tom's yells (especially the "AAAAHH!!!")[/list][list][*]Jerry gulping[/list][list][*]That "bass drum" impact sound.[/list][list][*]That "shoosh" sound (It's heard in Grinch during the sled scene)[/list]
    Pokey J.Anti-Blockhead
    4 years ago
    WB Ayeyayyayobbity yobbiy (like whne Bugs plays with Beaky Buzzard's adams apple), in Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid

    Hanna-Barber'asd Wheesha weesha weesha etc. that Wiley2005 has said (Big Cartoon Database) has whistle and sound effects (like Fred spinning around his legs, just say the word and you will recognizwe the sound effect!)

    Warner's BEyyooopp..Actually said by Bob Clamptt, and Boink (early Sylvester, after hiding, poking his head out from an umbrella in 1947's SCAREDY CAT)

    Ward's clink clonk clong clink Super Chicken transformation/Uncle Waldo brainstorm, and their mmmf mmmfff stretching sound (even WB/DFE/Format in the 1965 RoadRunner, Highway Runnery used it; Spiuke Jones and his City Slicker/Ward regular funny soundm,an Joe Siracusa created this)

    Art Clokey's Racckkkpop raccckpop as on Gumby,

    Famous Studios/Felix the Cat Productions, effect also in GUMBY..a rare case of a soound effect on one shore, East Coast, travelleing West, the computer bleep bleep

    Famous's arrow-slinging..Felix the Cat would use it

    And the classic Disney/HB Castle Thunder (HB's Pixie/Dixie Mr.Jinks first used that at HB).;Hea vens to Jinksy

    Speaking of that Meece short, an effect created at their parent, Columbia Pictures, and in thier sister UPA, a held piano thump first appeared..in th\eir 1958 film BELL BOOK AND CANDLE: Preceded by a long guitar note, then followed in BBC by a chime, p[layed solo in the Jinks/Meece short (where Jinks goes to Heaven, reforms as needed, and the mice think, understandably, that Jinks has flipped), then revived with the preceding guitar twang, as started in Bell Book.. in UPA's DICK TRACY, Mr.Magoo Nights, Gay Purree, and Mr.Magoo tv series, but followed by a held telephone ring sound, which when all wound up in 1966 at HB in all of their fall programming. Still later is a combo explosion/ringing sound. That, and the aforementioned olsd Castle Thunder pop up in Hanna-Barbera in that one 1959 Jinks/Pixie.Dixie cartoon, again, Heavens to Jinksy
    .

    Disney/UPA/Hanna-Barbera/WEarner Bros./Simpsons Ride BONG..a heavy metallic sound..it's in Flintstones by season 5-6. CLUNG..

    Clokey's weird sliding sound in 1966 for Prickle the yellow dino sliding up..:)

    Disney's famous Wilheim Scream: Yahoooo!!

    Famous/Oriolo-Felix's computer-mechica Cough COugh GEEK goo GEE gough Gee (think The Professor's mirage maker at the end when the evil Einstein lookalike's devie goes haywire).

    Hanna-Barbera's cat meow like sounds when someone's surprised!

    WB's Raaaammmmm! aircraft sound (I only heard it in three 1940s cartoons, Meatless Flyday, Hare Do, and A Hick, A Slick, and a Chick.)
    OutOfOdor
    4 years ago
    I know I'm bumpin' my own topic, but here's an extended list of my fave SFX:
    WB:
    -Their various bullet ricochets. Those must be the most ubiquitous bullet riccos in the history of sound, even Gene Deitch used a few of them! (Although their copies were very low quality.)
    -The jungle bird call
    -Their "yelping dog" sound, also frequently used by DFE (e.g the toothbrush in Pink-In))
    -This one police car siren sound effect
    -The airplane gearing-up sound oft used for Taz and the Road Runner
    -That sound used for Bugs diving into his hole in Robot Rabbit, also used for the sheep falling into the holes in Don't Give Up the Sheep
    -Another airplane sound effect first used in the 50s, heard when Elmer's house ascends after he pushes the "wed button" in Design for Leaving
    -The muck bubble effect introduced in the 60s, for some reason labelled "BUBBLE, CARTOON - SKIP'S FLARTLES 02" in the Sound Ideas Hanna-Barbera library.
    -Bob Clampett's "bewoop!" and "BOIT!" vocal effects
    -Daffy's scream in Duck Amuck. I think at least one Pink Panther cartoon used it as well.
    -The spinning whistle
    -The trombone gobble
    -The explosion sound ("KA-POW!")
    -The dreamy vibes
    -That screaming sound introduced in Boston Quackie
    -Bea Benedaret's scream. I love how it's used for a train whistle in Quackie.
    -The arrow hits, as heard in Robin Hood Daffy and A Street Cat Named Sylvester.
    -Mel Blanc's anxious grunting that debuted in Hare Remover
    -This one car crash sound heard in Tweetie Pie, for instance, when the ceiling comes crashing down

    DISNEY:
    -The angry cat fight sound.
    -The "POOF!" sound
    -The alarm clock going crazy sound, introduced in Alice in Wonderland
    -The Pooh-Coo clock
    -The bouncing saw sounds from Timber
    -These Hawaiian guitar sounds heard in Up a Tree for the flattened Donald floating to the ground.
    -That weird spinning sound introduced in Alice in Wonderland
    -The Goofy Holler
    -That one zip sound that UPA and Sam Horta later picked up.
    -The wood crash

    MGM (plus Chuck Jones/SIB):
    -Tom's various screams
    -Jerry's little gulp
    -The manhole hit
    -The gunshot oft used for big hits
    -The bass drum and cymbal crash
    -That bovine scream heard for Spike in a couple of '40s cartoons
    -This one cowbell hit that debuted in the Cinemascope era and was often used during the Jones years (e.g. the fly hitting the ground in The Cat's Me-Ouch. Sends me laughing every time.)
    -The jet plane swooshing by, also used by H-B
    -The bullet riccos
    -These obscure zip sounds used in the Cinemascope era and the Chuck Jones cartoons
    -Whatever one could call that sound used for Tom walking with the octopus on his foot in Surf-Bored Cat
    -The "BLORT!" sound
    -That hit sound used in several Jones cartoon, like in Me-Ouch when the axe handle falls on Tom's foot. The Horta-Mahana service used it here and there as well.
    -That kiss sound heard in Ah, Sweet Mouse-Story of Life as Jerry runs on top of Tom's head
    -The "water squirt"
    -The boing sound heard in Jerry's Cousin when Tom sticks his finger out to show the tough guy cats where Muscles is
    -A bulb horn sound heard in Tom-ic Energy when Jerry punches Tom in the snoot
    -That "coo-coo!" heard in Much Ado About Mousing

    H-B:
    -The quick whistle zips
    -The "flat peeong"
    -The camera poof
    -The bow twang
    -The "tube take"
    -The "wacky trumpet"
    -That one sproing sound labelled the "big long boing" on the H-B library
    -The cork squeak and pop
    -A vocal "BING!" sound
    -The spinning whistle
    -That big boing Clokey and a few other studios also used
    -The gulp sound
    -The "big metal crash," often used for bowling pins
    -The "fiddle slide ups"
    -The "low bork"
    -The glass rubbing squeaks
    -The blizzard sound
    -The "bilp"
    -The whistle sound labelled in the H-B library as a "whistle take"
    -A hit sound introduced in the late 60s that sounds like "DEEEOOOMMM!"
    -The explosion sound Howard Fein once called a "two-pronged explosion" (PAWHAP-PAWHOW!)

    JAY WARD:
    -The clockwork sound
    -The tire skid
    -The explosion/crash
    -The metal crash
    -The guitar "sprong", which I think actually originated with UPA
    -The "bwoomp" sound heard in Highway Runnery
    -The bongo drums

    GENE DEITCH:
    -The "boi-oi-oi-oing!" sound
    -That electronic zip sound
    -The conductor's snickering in Carmen Get It!
    -The boing sound heard for Tom bouncing in his bird disguise in Landing Stripling
    -The series of energetic vocal "BOINKS!" heard in Stripling, performed by Deitch himself!!
    -This one sound that sounds like "guh-guh-guh-guh"
    -That weird sawing sound heard in Stripling
    -The sawing sound heard in Tall in the Trap
    -The cork squeak and pop

    OTHER:
    -Those boings and such heard in Frosty the Snowman during Prof. Hinkle's magic act
    -The twirly slide whistle used for Yukon tossing his pickaxe in the snow in Rudolph
    -The "Robot Rumpus"/Gumby robot sounds
    -That weird squeezing sound heard a couple of times in Soup or Sonic
    -This one whistle zip sound from the early 30s that a few NY studios used, like Fleischer and Terrytoons. I've even heard it in a "Muggy-Doo: Boy Fox" cartoon from Milton the Monster!
    -The Filmation/Spumco "TING!" sound
    -The 60s Famous Studios boing sounds, also used by a number of other NY-area studios
    -The Phil Kaye metal impact/crash
    -A guitar boing used sometimes by Famous Studios, also heard a lot in Col. Bleep. I've even heard it in a Schoolhouse Rock! segment as well.
    -The DFE fire alarm bell sound
    -A vocal spinning sound used by Bob Clampett
    -A ricochet sound used by H-B and Rich Harrison, I think UPA used it as well
    -A strange slide whistle zip sound used by Chuck Jones, also heard in a few DFE cartoons
    "With all respect to the great mousetrap."- Popeye, "The Spinach Overture" (1935)
    Pokey J.Anti-Blockhead
    4 years ago

    I know I'm bumpin' my own topic, but here's an extended list of my fave SFX:
    WB:
    -Their various bullet ricochets. Those must be the most ubiquitous bullet riccos in the history of sound, even Gene Deitch used a few of them! (Although their copies were very low quality.)
    -The jungle bird call
    -Their "yelping dog" sound, also frequently used by DFE (e.g the toothbrush in Pink-In))

    Originally Posted by: OutOfOdor 



    Famous used it, for the 1956 Noveltoon LION N THE ROAR [the gorilla at the end that the generally weak lion cub, pre-Kinba/Simba, acutally succeedd in scsaring off-the "yellow stripe of fear" trope] and the Felix the Cat THE GIANT MAGNET [when Poindexter and Felix are in a space ship that they tried to inviestigate, and Felix defends himwith with a wrench that he hits a clawe that is coming for him.].H-B used it,oo.


    -This one police car siren sound effect
    -The airplane gearing-up sound oft used for Taz and the Road Runner
    -That sound used for Bugs diving into his hole in Robot Rabbit, also used for the sheep falling into the holes in Don't Give Up the Sheep
    -Another airplane sound effect first used in the 50s, heard when Elmer's house ascends after he pushes the "wed button" in Design for Leaving
    -The muck bubble effect introduced in the 60s, for some reason labelled "BUBBLE, CARTOON - SKIP'S FLARTLES 02" in the Sound Ideas Hanna-Barbera library.
    -Bob Clampett's "bewoop!" and "BOIT!" vocal effects
    -Daffy's scream in Duck Amuck. I think at least one Pink Panther cartoon used it as well.
    -The spinning whistle
    -The trombone gobble
    -The explosion sound ("KA-POW!")
    -The dreamy vibes
    -That screaming sound introduced in Boston Quackie
    -Bea Benedaret's scream. I love how it's used for a train whistle in Quackie.
    -The arrow hits, as heard in Robin Hood Daffy and A Street Cat Named Sylvester.
    -Mel Blanc's anxious grunting that debuted in Hare Remover
    -This one car crash sound heard in Tweetie Pie, for instance, when the ceiling comes crashing down

    DISNEY:
    -The angry cat fight sound.
    -The "POOF!" sound
    -The alarm clock going crazy sound, introduced in Alice in Wonderland
    -The Pooh-Coo clock
    -The bouncing saw sounds from Timber
    -These Hawaiian guitar sounds heard in Up a Tree for the flattened Donald floating to the ground.
    -That weird spinning sound introduced in Alice in Wonderland
    -The Goofy Holler
    -That one zip sound that UPA and Sam Horta later picked up.
    -The wood crash



    THat Bong that wound up most famously in Hanna-Barbera [1967's ABBOTT & COSTELLO.. at the end of the open when they're on a scaffold seat, painting the costar voices.."DON MESSICK.....MEL BLANC, JANET WALDO"..then Lou realise's they're outta rope and they crash..the mettallic BONG>..Unvierdsal's SIMPSONS ride uses it...Disney originaly used in 1943 or so.



    MGM (plus Chuck Jones/SIB):
    -Tom's various screams
    -Jerry's little gulp
    -The manhole hit
    -The gunshot oft used for big hits
    -The bass drum and cymbal crash
    -That bovine scream heard for Spike in a couple of '40s cartoons
    -This one cowbell hit that debuted in the Cinemascope era and was often used during the Jones years (e.g. the fly hitting the ground in The Cat's Me-Ouch. Sends me laughing every time.)
    -The jet plane swooshing by, also used by H-B
    -The bullet riccos
    -These obscure zip sounds used in the Cinemascope era and the Chuck Jones cartoons
    -Whatever one could call that sound used for Tom walking with the octopus on his foot in Surf-Bored Cat
    -The "BLORT!" sound
    -That hit sound used in several Jones cartoon, like in Me-Ouch when the axe handle falls on Tom's foot. The Horta-Mahana service used it here and there as well.
    -That kiss sound heard in Ah, Sweet Mouse-Story of Life as Jerry runs on top of Tom's head
    -The "water squirt"
    -The boing sound heard in Jerry's Cousin when Tom sticks his finger out to show the tough guy cats where Muscles is
    -A bulb horn sound heard in Tom-ic Energy when Jerry punches Tom in the snoot
    -That "coo-coo!" heard in Much Ado About Mousing

    H-B:
    -The quick whistle zips
    -The "flat peeong"
    -The camera poof
    -The bow twang
    -The "tube take"
    -The "wacky trumpet"
    -That one sproing sound labelled the "big long boing" on the H-B library
    -The cork squeak and pop
    -A vocal "BING!" sound
    -The spinning whistle
    -That big boing Clokey and a few other studios also used
    -The gulp sound
    -The "big metal crash," often used for bowling pins
    -The "fiddle slide ups"
    -The "low bork"
    -The glass rubbing squeaks
    -The blizzard sound
    -The "bilp"
    -The whistle sound labelled in the H-B library as a "whistle take"
    -A hit sound introduced in the late 60s that sounds like "DEEEOOOMMM!"
    -The explosion sound Howard Fein once called a "two-pronged explosion" (PAWHAP-PAWHOW!)



    Originated with Paramount's original pre-Tom Cruise/Dakota Fanning WAR OF THE WORLDS, 1953:
    Space Ghosts's laser ray.

    Originated with Columbia's (HB's distributer then!) 1958 classic BELL, BOOK, and CANDLE:
    The gas street lamp's 15 second guitar up-slide, then pianos POUNDED..here followed by a chime but adapted by UPA in MR.MAGOO's ARABIANB KNIGHTS< GAY PUREE, while H-B tried the piano sound in the 1959 Jinks/Meeces short, HEAVENS TO JINKSY about Jnks going to heaven. It plays when Jinks is there. THe whole "medley" of these would start to appear in 1966 at UPA in their SPACE GHOST, LAUREL AND HARDY,etc.films for magic, and eventually became the WONDER TWINS's icoic POWERS ACTIVATE sound..even those Robert Smigel cartoons spoofing them on SNL uses it!

    The several cat Meows..Clokey used one before HB.


    JAY WARD:
    -The clockwork sound
    -The tire skid
    -The explosion/crash
    -The metal crash
    -The guitar "sprong", which I think actually originated with UPA
    -The "bwoomp" sound heard in Highway Runnery
    -The bongo drums

    GENE DEITCH:
    -The "boi-oi-oi-oing!" sound
    -That electronic zip sound
    -The conductor's snickering in Carmen Get It!
    -The boing sound heard for Tom bouncing in his bird disguise in Landing Stripling
    -The series of energetic vocal "BOINKS!" heard in Stripling, performed by Deitch himself!!
    -This one sound that sounds like "guh-guh-guh-guh"
    -That weird sawing sound heard in Stripling
    -The sawing sound heard in Tall in the Trap
    -The cork squeak and pop

    OTHER:
    -Those boings and such heard in Frosty the Snowman during Prof. Hinkle's magic act
    -The twirly slide whistle used for Yukon tossing his pickaxe in the snow in Rudolph
    -The "Robot Rumpus"/Gumby robot sounds
    -That weird squeezing sound heard a couple of times in Soup or Sonic
    -This one whistle zip sound from the early 30s that a few NY studios used, like Fleischer and Terrytoons. I've even heard it in a "Muggy-Doo: Boy Fox" cartoon from Milton the Monster!
    -The Filmation/Spumco "TING!" sound
    -The 60s Famous Studios boing sounds, also used by a number of other NY-area studios
    -The Phil Kaye metal impact/crash
    -A guitar boing used sometimes by Famous Studios, also heard a lot in Col. Bleep. I've even heard it in a Schoolhouse Rock! segment as well.
    -The DFE fire alarm bell sound
    -A vocal spinning sound used by Bob Clampett
    -A ricochet sound used by H-B and Rich Harrison, I think UPA used it as well
    -A strange slide whistle zip sound used by Chuck Jones, also heard in a few DFE cartoons


    I know that one, but it was used there? Filmation used it to. Went back to to the 1950s, early Gumby shorts (Trapped on the Moon), UPA and the Seven Arts WB cartoons (IIRC)>

    A Hanna-Barbera BOINK in Paramount and Hal Seeger;s 1963 MUGGY DOO: BOY PEST along with some Famous effects. Famous and another "famous" NY studio, Total Television, used a remixed couple of Hanna_Barbera coming and down and falling and tkaing sounds (opening of Casper's 1960s show uses this..)

    Finally
    FAMOUS/PARAMOUNT/SEEGER/ORIOLO
    Spriong (dexcribed)
    A crazy chicken cry, originated in a 1930s caroton animation vocal, sued on Famous and Felix shorts.
    A Coo Coo effect used in Famous stdios.
    A Keeek GGAGAQGA KEEK< that's like the clockwork sound at Jay Ward, used in the Felix series "Professor's" contraptions
    THe magic bag's effect.

    Pokey J.Anti-Blockhead
    4 years ago
    See my later replies in OutOfOdor's other post.In TTTP in Exile.
    Bobby Bickert
    a year ago
    Disney's "screeching tires" sound effect was not limited to their cartoons. It was also used in live action features like The Shaggy Dog and (not surprisingly) The Love Bug. (The "car engine" sound effect in "Aquamania" is also heard in The Love Bug.)
    RareSox
    a year ago
    It is very clear nothing can match up with the Famous Studios Fall.
    firewolf
    2 months ago
    I'm trying to find this warbly slide whistle sound that is heard in the cats me ouch when jerry falls down the stairs and I've heard it three times.
    1 cats me ouch
    2 o solar meow
    3 Pluto's judgment day
    any help on this please.

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