friends and me want to start a (german) literature and writing podcast and wanted to ask for a recognizable short jingle, maybe guitar or something.
We would like to have a signature jingle with a maximal length of 30 seconds.
We would of course credit you and if you like we can also talk about a payment.
I'm sure people do it like I have, but we could have a fun game where we open 4 browser tabs and start recording. then link each other to the cool stuff that we captured...
Here's a pic of what i did with 4 searches (Effects, Calming, Horror & Drone):
and here's the output from my first round:
Be sure to use the hashtag #FreeSound4 so others can find your creation.
I do not have a synthesizer and I was wondering if anyone has a good program they know of that can both play and record sounds off a digital keyboard, some sort of application where you can both record and play different virtual instrument for Windows 10.
So good to find this group! To augment my belated introduction below, I have posed a research question for group discussion:
“What happens when we use sound samples instead of human speak in Nature programs?”
Please see the corresponding video here: http://www.planetshifter.com/node/2436
I look forward to your ideas!
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"Sounds, Samples and Songs" - Tuning New Mythology with Permaculture, Transition and Nature. eBook 29
“sounds symbols myths” - Interview with 4 New Composers plus 6 Sound Myths (SCORE). eBook #17
SoundSourcing: Building the New Permaculture - based Mythology Video / SoundScape
“Big Bang Mythology” – “Steve Tibbetts and 7 Sound Archetypes”
I can only agree with Erokias comment: definitely a key member of this community.
Some people are more chatty than others and maybe more visible in the forums or whatever. But I think the great collection of sounds you have contributed over the years speaks for itself!
Hey, I need a sample saying the phrase "Vaci Edits" , I can pay a little bit if u want
Good Day guys
I need a DJ intro that says
Ladies and Gentleman Welcome to Potter's by the Sea
you are in the mix with your boy DJ Yardy
would like the intro to sound grand / Big
willing to compensate for time
Thanks so much InspectorJ, thats so helpful, much appreciated.
I needed something similar to that for a video. Except I wasn't crashing a small appliance. It was an entire train locomotive!
Instead of any one sound, I decided to layer several different sounds together. I discovered that piling sounds of different frequencies on top of each other, I ended up with a reasonable facsimile of a train falling off a bridge.
The secret is to get several sounds of very low frequency and combine them with several sounds of a high frequency.
I ended up with a layer of seven sounds on top of each other. You might try that.
Yes, you have!
The license you've chosen is the 'Creative Commons 0 License'. This means that your sounds are effectively in the public domain, and no one has to ask permission to use your sounds, even for commercial projects.
You can read a little more about the license here if you wish: https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/
So it's basically just a few words:
"It was just a nightmare"
As someone would say it after waking up from a bad dream, it would be great if it's a female voice.
Hey i'm looking for a female to create a voicetag of 'Jonnytrickz'.
preferably said a few times in different styles.
I'm a popular music producer & musician from the UK.
My twitter: @Jonnytrickz
I`m an amature just having fun at home making sounds myself and I want them to be free to use for anyone for any project, no matter if they earn money from it or not.
I don`t want people to have to message and ask me for permission or any of that hassle.
Have I chosen the correct liscence for that?
Same problem here. Uploaded a new sound about 12 hours ago. Meanwhile it is playable and displayed as it should be. Be patient... I am shure the freesound guys are aware
Severe tinnitus keeps me awake at night. I already have two dedicated sound-machines which emit an allegedly relaxing, synthesized ocean surf sound; but want a recording of the real thing. I'll transfer it onto a USB-stick to play via a stereo. The recording must run for at least six hours, please. I don't want the sound of monstrous seas crashing against rocks – who could sleep with that racket? – or the other extreme of very gentle waves just about managing to lap up the beach. 'Rollers', I think they used to be called: that's what I'm after.
I did re-upload but that did not work
I had the same issue - it seems as if the processing doesn't actually complete even though it says so. Though re-uploading it seemed to do the trick somehow and the sound became playable after some minutes.
Hi, i'm new here, i produce music under "Monster" Nickname and i think it's time that i start to use a Beat Tag, i'd like a Male Voice saying "Montser" or "it's Monster" or "he is a Monster".
for inspiration : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tRkb1X9ovI4
the voice in the movie saying "you have to remember"at 00:15 and "you had a family" at 01:15, could be a good reference, but not necessairly. Thanks a lot
Hello technical team,
When i upload a new sound and it comes on the homepage there is now picture and the sound can not be played the first few hours.
It happens alsow with other new sounds.
I hope you understand what i mean...
This is my first post on the forum so I hope you'll go easy on me haha...
I'm currently working on a video game called Paperwork, you can check it out at www.paperworkgame.com if you like. At the moment I'm composing the 6th song for the soundtrack, and I created a whistle lead for the song that my boss didn't really like. He liked the tune, and suggested that we try humming the tune sort of like the female protagonist in the game Transistor.
Here is a snippet of the song: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B5P2te5NY_VwNkJKRERSWUNjblE . It contains the whistle which I want to replace with a hum. If someone would be able to help me out with this, I'd seriously appreciate it!