Thanks for the prompt reply.
what about frequency response,the nt5 looks 'flatter',is'nt that better?
Nt1a is very quiet
Better than nt5
See specs on rode site
My goal is to record indoor Foley sounds - foot steps,cloth rustling,water splashes,door slamming,objects falling etc.
I am on a tight budget and was thinking of getting either 'Rode NT5' or 'Rode NT1A' and 'Focusrite Scarlett Solo'
- which is better,the Rode NT5 or Rode NT1A? as i understand it,the NT5 has a flatter frequency response but NT1A has lower self-noise.
- Are Focusrite Scarlett Solo preamps satisfactory for above 2 mics or do i need something better?
Thanks in advance.
nice post, tx
Analog techno and a sample
Sample made by MatteusNova
Simple techno - thing...
you don't have to ask for permission for each sound, but you have to look what license applies to each sound.
For each sound you find a note on the license that applies right below the download button. Have a look there and see what conditions apply.
If a sound has a non-commerical license, you may not use it if you make any money with your game, i.e. by selling it.
If a sound has an attribution license, you have to mention the sound's origin in your game's credits.
See http://freesound.org/help/faq/#how-do-i-creditattribute for an example of how to credit.
If a sound has a cc-0 license, you can simply use it with no strings attached.
So I am making a video game and stumbled across this very promising looking website when searching about audio for it. My one question however, is am I allowed to download any sounds off this website and use it in my game or do I have to ask permission for each and every one?
Do you think of the whole roll ending part, or the just last two crash hits?
Hi. What sort of voice do you want? And what content.
The answer is YES
BUT... it's not that simple. You need to check the license of each sound you want to download and use. Some require attribution (credits towards the creator(s) of the sound).
If you are confused about the licenses from the FAQ, I made a really easy to digest table of licenses and what the conditions are. You can see my post here: https://www.freesound.org/forum/legal-help-and-attribution-questions/38292/?page=1#post84692
If you just download CC-Zero licensed sounds, then you never have to worry about giving credit. You can use these sounds as much as you want and even sell music with these samples as part of your project.
As a tip: when you are searching for a sound, on the right hand side of the page will be filters you can select and choose to display only sound of those types. This search for example:https://www.freesound.org/search/?q=bassline&f;=license%3A%22Creative+Commons+0%22&s;=score+desc&advanced;=0&g;=1
Notice I selected "CC0" as the licence. Now it will only display sounds that are free to use without credit. All the other license types require credits. You can see the license next to the preview:
You are under no obligation to attribute CC-Zero sounds you download and use in any project.
Just stick to using CC0 sounds and you won't ever have to credit. Morally speaking, it's up to you to decide wether that's how you want to do things. From a legal standpoint, it's totally acceptable.
Hope this was helpful
I create music and sell it on the Internet stock.
Can I use samples from Freesound.org in my work?
Is there a simple answer? Like "yes" or "no"?
I have bad English and I was tangled in the licenses, attribution, etc.
If "no", then it at least once eliminate the need to understand the details.
Thanks in advance!
I was hoping someone could help. I am starting youtube videos which one day I hope to monetize. As my videos will be quite long, the crediting of other sounds I use could become very large and take up a huge amount of description/video time. Do I have to credit a 'Creative commons 0 license' piece or can I not? Perhaps a silly question but as I say dont want to take up loads of space with a LOT of crediting if I dont have to. And if I do, can anybody recommend a source/site where I wont have to credit?
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Hello to all voice acting females on Freesound.
I am a Music Producer under the name "IV Talons" and focused mainly on making HipHop, I am currently in need of a Vocal Tag to put into my songs.
If I could get someone who has a sexy voice to record one for me that would be incredible.
Do not worry about sounding over exageratingly sexy. just don't sound too cringey lol
One more thing, I'll need a slight pause inbetween "four" and "talons"
Don't say 'I' 'V' say Four lol
Alright thats it, thank you all this website is great
Hi, Im jimmy, I looking for someone can record professional hardstyle vocal or bigroom style, I would pay for his works, thanks
this site needs a mobile app, or mobile site. I'd totally use it.