Size: 10,502 bytes Info: 11Khz, 8b, M, 0.948s FileName: wwtbam-5050 Source: Jay Lewis
Description: If a player uses their 50/50 life line, this sound is used when the computer take 2 wrong answers away
 
Size: 59,570 bytes Info: 11Khz, 8b, M, 5.399s FileName: wwtbam-ans Source: Jay Lewis
Description: When a player gives his/her "Final Answer", they hear a series of tones followed by a drumroll
 
Size: 54,045 bytes Info: 11Khz, 8b, M, 4.898s FileName: wwtbam-ata Source: Jay Lewis
Description: If a player uses their Ask The Audience lifeline, they play a "bass drum hit", some think music and a final "drum hit"
 
Size: 80,256 bytes Info: 11Khz, 8b, M, 7.275s FileName: wwtbam-ff Source: Jay Lewis
Description: Similar to the 'Ask The Audience" effect, this has "synth hits" at the start and ends more abruptly and is used during the 'Fastest Finger' round
 
Size: 46,858 bytes Info: 11Khz, 8b, M, 4.246s FileName: wwtbam-ffa Source: Jay Lewis
Description: Four synth hits accompany the correct order of the 'Fastest Finger' answers
 
Size: 65,549 bytes Info: 11Khz, 8b, M, 5.919s FileName: wwtbam-ll Source: Jay Lewis
Description: The 5 effects accompanying the lifelines. The order is 50/50, Ask The Audience, Phone A Friend, 3 Wise Men & Double Dip
 
Size: 83,971 bytes Info: 11Khz, 8b, M, 7.612s FileName: wwtbam-paf Source: Jay Lewis
Description: A shortened version of the phone a friend lifeline.  This has the initial "boom", 6 seconds of "tick tock"s and the time's up buzzer
 
Size: 28,271 bytes Info: 11Khz, 8b, M, 2.560s FileName: wwtbam-siren Source: Jay Lewis
Description: What sounds like an air-raid siren is used to signify the end of gameplay for the show
 
Size: 33,716 bytes Info: 11Khz, 8b, M, 3.054s FileName: wwtbam-wrong Source: Jay Lewis
Description: If a player misses a question, a downward scale is played and a pseudo-buzzer is played at the end
 
Size: 38,412 bytes Info: 11Khz, 8b, M, 3.480s FileName: wwtbam-upperlockin Source: Jay Lewis
Description: The new effect used when a player locks-in an answer above $100,000
 
Size: 28,610 bytes Info: 11Khz, 8b, M, 2.591s FileName: wwtbam-usedoubdip Source: Jay Lewis
Description: A 'thunk' indicates a player has chose to invoke the Double Dip lifeline
 
Size: 28,799 bytes Info: 11Khz, 8b, M, 2.608s FileName: wwtbam-doubdipwrong Source: Jay Lewis
Description: This effect is used if a player answers a double dip question incorrectly
 
Size: 11,707 bytes Info: 11Khz, 8b, M, 1.057s FileName: wwtbam-aol Source: Jay Lewis
Description: A woosh is played when the AOL poll results are revealed
 
Size: 7,818 bytes Info: 11Khz, 8b, M, 0.705s FileName: wwtbam-switch Source: Jay Lewis
Description: This ping is used when the Switch lifeline is introduced
 
Size: 61,019 bytes Info: 11Khz, 8b, M, 5.521s FileName: wwtbam-useswitch Source: Jay Lewis
Description: This effect is in three parts. The first is a "knock" indicating the contestant is switching, a "pow" to show the right answer, and a "woosh" when the new question is loaded in.