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Turner Broadcasting Sound #Trademark

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Turner Broadcasting has filed an application for the above sound mark for entertainment services, namely:

two quarter notes followed by 4 eighth notes. The first quarter note is a C followed by a second quarter note of a D. The eighth notes are then an E, a G, a B, and a C in consecutive order. This defining melody is the sound of a human whistling. The last 8th note played is accentuated with a female vocalist singing a scooped G over the whistled last C note . Further instrumentation includes an acoustic guitar playing a C chord over the last note layered with a bass instrument. The logo is accentuated with percussion bounces and a percussion run to match the animation. The percussion sound is similar to striking a coconut shell with wood mallets.

Careful striking coconut shells with wood mallets.

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