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    Thank you for your help. It is not quite what I need but will probably help someone. I think for this particular project I definitely need all these words and effects done by the same female voice.

    And so I continue the search for a kind contributor. Offering a free gift related to the project to the person chosen, see above.

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    Looking for a female to do 2 producer tags for me.....Saying "Slimz on da beat" & for the second one say "It's ya boy" with a sexy laugh at the end

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    Hey mate
    still didn't find that french one ha?

    Maybe try that one -
    http://www.pacdv.com/sounds/voices-1.html

    Long time to look but maybe you will find something good there.

    good luck

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    Hello all,

    Just checking in to see if anyone can help. See description above - and thanks!

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    I was seeing if any females on this forum could record me a producer tag?
    "cire beats"
    cire is pronounced "sigh-er"
    rhymes with tire.

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    Could someone on here please do me a voicetag saying DJ TRILLFIGGER.
    ANYONES VOICE OTHER THAN MY OWN WOULD BE GREATS THANKS!!

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    williamson34 wrote:
    Hey - InspectorJ -
    How did you know?
    Just by Hearing it out? OR you used online tool or something ?

    Just by hearing.

    I'd been experimenting with synthesizers a lot recently, and had built a simple synth that sounded similar to what appears in that clip. And when something sounds electronic, there's a good chance it was built through a synthesizer of some sort.

    Of course, I am quite sure there are other methods of creating the same or a similar sound, but as long as it sounds close, it's usually quite passable. wink

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    Awnser: He's awesome. Accept it!

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    Hey - InspectorJ -
    How did you know?
    Just by Hearing it out? OR you used online tool or something ?

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    The Link is broken....

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    This sound that I made can be used as an underwater ambience: https://www.freesound.org/s/376173/, I hope it inspires you.
    For synthesizing water or wind sounds:
    1- Use a sound that cover the whole or most of the frequency spectrum.
    2- Process it with equalizers, filters (LP - HP - BP - BS etc...) & compressors.
    3- You can use reverb or other effects like: chorus, flanger & phaser.
    * There isn't a specific method for creating the sounds you mentioned but the above method is an easy and basic one.
    Have fun experimenting!

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    I have MPG device that also has a MIC jack (it can be used to record phone calls) and Microphone. I also have an Audio mixer, when the 3 are hooked together, I can record things such as dog(s) barking or a bus passing by both at street side and in my house, in winter or rain, you get the idea.

    Now if I record these sounds. can I upload them to this site?

    If I can, you can ask me to capture certain sounds, as I have the ability to take that mixer, MIC and recording device out anywhere, although I do not drive, live 2 blocks from a Big river, have neighbour who has loud cars. Just ask me and I will see what I could do.

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    Can you recreate the sound at 1:55

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    I cant for the life of me find this https://youtu.be/mm1a4wRmKI0?t=301 sound effect
    It would be great if someone could point me to it or to the source.
    Cheers

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    goingnowhereeatingthings wrote:
    There is actually a need for another android app for recording? If so: check the open source alternatives first

    Part of me thinks vondes' post is just one of the many spam bots this forum seems to attract: no sounds uploaded; only a forum post with a link to another website; and on occasion, their profile 'Home Page' link set up as the same spam they posted in the forum post.

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    The IMDB page lists the sound crew for the show. It displays the sound designer's name as T.C. Spriggs. He has a public facebook page. I suppose you could message him and ask if he recalls the origin of the sound. Maybe it's from a sample library, maybe him or one of the crew made it, maybe he forgot. But you might as well drop him a line if you really want.

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    There is actually a need for another android app for recording? If so: check the open source alternatives first

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    @jisoo1: you can find here (http://electronics.stackexchange.com/questions/26175/automating-music-box-with-electric-motor)the solution to your problem.

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    Hey Vondes - Didn't use it but good friend of mine does.
    I checked there is 7 days free trial... I don't know.. sorry for can help you more.

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    I tried a Granulator I found and downloaded. Used it on all sorts of sounds. From everyday things making sounds to complicated electric zap and burts sounds, tried all sorts of stuff and can't get even remotely close to the sounds...

    It's quite difficult to find out how a sound was created. Editing is just playing with parameters and seeing what you can do, but finding out the source and the process is hard.

    Just bumping this aswell a bit, maybe someone else knows something?

    P.S. Thanks Stomachache, I didn't know about Granulators before and they are useful for other sorts of editing, creating cool and unique sounds.