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Good Morning everybody, I try to find in this link each square sound; despite all my search, I didn't find it. Maybe someone knows about square sound.

Note: I need this sound for my work, but it doesn't have to be exactly the same, it may be another sound.

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Well, the closest non-synth instrument would be a vibraphone I think, but the sound is definitely synthesised, with the hammer/mallet as just a very short click. All squares are the same sound, the columns are time, the rows are pitch.

You could play with a synth like until you find an identical sound, shouldn't take too long, but a synth that lets you adjust the attack and decay would get you a closer approximation.

If your workflow lets you change instruments whilst the music is playing, then you can compare sounds on-the-fly to find the one that you like best.

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(if you don't want to sample the sound directly from that youtube video) – Lee Kowalkowski Apr 10 '14 at 9:12
Lee ,i mean you click a square and you hear a sound and another click different sound. each square has got different sound and i want his all 16*16 different sound. ,yes it serves my purpose but i need to download these sounds. you can also see that link – Husne Apr 10 '14 at 10:30
@Husne It's the same sound, played at different pitches, and at different times. The app is basically what is known as a 16 step sequencer: – Lee Kowalkowski Apr 10 '14 at 12:32
The app is which is part of – Lee Kowalkowski Apr 10 '14 at 12:41

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