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    Thank you, but I think you have the sound mistaken. I am looking for the beacon sound heard at the 9th and 12th second of the audio clip. It is a unique beacon sound. I checked the link you provided but none come even close to that.

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    hope this is useful:

    https://freesound.org/search/?q=horror%20metal&f;=grouping_pack:%229250_horror%20ambience%22%20&s;=%22score%20desc%22&g;=1&advanced;=0&a;_tag=&a;_filename=&a;_description=&a;_packname=&a;_soundid=&a;_username=

    ore search: horror metal

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    Hey

    I'm making a film about stray dogs and I'm looking for some sounds for it.
    I have those references:

    http://bombayfc.com/portfolio_page/clean-energy-is-life/
    https://vimeo.com/175588967

    The film will be a combination of the two and it needs some dramatic sound to shock people.

    I'm a first year filmatography student so any help of any kind will be blessed.

    Thank you.

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    Absolutely incredible post, I love the idea of a Binaural Beats for Meditation.I got interesting information from this site.

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    Hello everyone,
    This is my first post here. I thought this would be the best place to ask as there are thousands of different sound samples created by various users. My request is rather a unique one and hope someone can help me reproduce this sound exactly or better find me the original source.

    I am looking for a sound effect of the alien beacon being played at the start of the movie "Independence Day: Resurgence". I have actually recorded that part for reference (see link below). The sound is a very unique one and I tried searching on the internet but could not find any. Can someone actually create this? Thanks!

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BxS7KleQ1OEgSnotMW5oM0oydEE

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    jsdjsjas

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    AG Matchbox Shaker (NKI set for NI Kontakt sampler)

    Watch on YouTube:

    https://youtu.be/ZI0r9ju_Fp8
    https://youtu.be/682JgmwHkxU

    SCARCE SAMPLES MANUFACTORY
    presents the Alex Glavchuk’s Matchbox Shaker NKI set.

    Performed and recorded by famous kazakhstanian drummer Alex Glavchuk in Solo-mono-Hits Studio, Almaty with use of high quality recording equipment.
    An idea to produce a convenient matchbox shaker was flying nearby almost a year, but free time has finally arrived, and Alex decided to realize his idea into a virtual instrument for most esteemed Kontakt sampler from world famous company Native Instruments.
    He recorded about fifty tracks with the matchbox shaker and then chose the best samples to create patches for NKI virtual matchbox shaker. In the end, ten patches were made.
    Each patch consists of 49 basic one-layer samples located by the left side on the keyboard. On the right side of the keyboard we placed two-keys multi-layer matchbox shaker consisting of the same samples that are used in the left part of the keyboard but the two-keys multi-layer matchbox shaker has 127 velocity layers, that can be very comfortable for playing in certain situations.

    Also the AG Matchbox Shaker has on its front panel the following controls:

    1. Attack
    2. Decay
    3. Sustain
    4. Release
    5. Four-band equalizer
    6. On/Off switch button for EQ
    7. Chorus switch button
    8. Phaser switch button
    9. Stereo Spread switch button
    10. Delay switch button
    11. Reverb switch button
    12. Depth control knob for Chorus
    13. Speed control knob for Chorus
    14. Mix control knob for Chorus
    15. Depth control knob for Phaser
    16. Feedback control knob for Phaser
    17. Mix control knob for Phaser
    18. Spread control knob for Stereo Modeler
    19. Panorama control knob for Stereo Modeler
    20. Mix control knob for Stereo Modeler
    21. Time (synced) control knob for Delay
    22. Time (free) control knob for Delay
    23. Feedback control knob for Delay
    24. Mix control knob for Delay

    The Alex Glavchuk’s Matchbox Shaker NKI set has 10 patches,
    each patch in turn has three variations within itself.

    Also this set includes a pack of MIDI tracks for your quick start
    with it. Number of MIDI files is 50 pieces. For speedy choosing
    a desired rhythmic pattern you can scroll through the presets
    in the media explorer of your DAW, or just import multiple
    MIDI files from the AG Matchbox Shaker 50 MIDI folder onto
    a track of AG Matchbox Shaker and then listen to them and
    choose the appropriate rhythmic pattern, which, of course, you can modify at their discretion.

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    Oh right...... I don't think you've read the licence properly!!!

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    I recommend using a "subject" that actually provides a subject, in the future.

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    I've been using FXHome's editing/compositing software HitFilm for a few years now, and recently began having some tutorial ideas come to mind, so I figured it was time to come up with a "production entity" name of some kind, though realistically this is probably not going to be much more than a glorified hobby, as my primary line of work is in a completely different field. While drafting my first tutorial script, I wanted a clever tagline to use at the end, but couldn't think of anything right away, so I just wrote, "Until next time, clever tagline," thinking that I'd replace it later. The more I read it, though, the more I liked it as it was, so I decided that the name of my pseudo-company will be Clever Tagline.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OhPOAEwoA1k

    The logo treatment I created is intentionally very minimal in its approach. The lamp click I recorded myself (and will soon submit to the Freesound archives), and the focus motor sound was nabbed here:

    http://www.freesound.org/people/OwlStorm/sounds/209017/

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    That's a great idea! I had no idea you could donate on this site until this thread! Promote it! I like that you can donate whatever you want per month. Hope this site stays up, it's amazing!

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    Yes, as long as you respect the licenses of the sounds you download.

    http://www.freesound.org/help/faq/#licenses

    There are 3 licenses used on sounds on this site.

    1) Creative Commons 0 License: You are free to do whatever you want with this sound, and you don't have to credit the uploader. You can even monetize any project in which you use this sound, again without the need to give credit.

    2) Creative Commons Attribution License: You are free to do whatever you want with this sound but you must credit the original uploader of the sound. How you credit is up to you, but I recommend listing the name of the sound, the name of the uploader, and a link to the sound if possible.

    3) Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License: The same as the above #2 license, except these sounds CANNOT be used in projects which make money. (Unless you have permission of the uploader).

    So ideally, you'll want to stick to sounds that are either under license #1 or #2 if you are making money off of your songs, and remember to credit the uploader if you use sounds with license #2.

    Hope that helps.

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    I wanted to ask, can I download sounds from this website and use for my songs? Please answer

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    Thank you very much! ^_^

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    Could you do a voice tag with a sexy female voice saying 'zero music'

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    accuradio is ok I think.I like this radio.

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    wait for it to be moderated but here you go, i made something really simple that can be looped https://www.freesound.org/people/Kodack/sounds/395037/

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    i can work with guitar and piano but not strings, i'll try and create one for you soon

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    soundtracks for movies and games are called OST, just search for suspense or suspenseful if you like that type of atmosphere you should find something nice on here.

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    Thank you for your transparency and honesty. I'm a music teacher for special needs students and frequently use freesound to help teach concepts and get my students' attention. I'm here looking for a conch shell sound for a summer theme. Contributing a fair share would be something I would do to continue having access to quality sounds that are within the law to use. I yearly reminder to contribute is more than reasonable.