This is cool and interesting .thank you for sharing
4968 - surprise
hope this helps
I need sfx neon lights switched on in a big hall...
can anyone help?
I guess most the users will agree if you mention there names on the web-side too. You can use my sound under these conditions.
succes with your station and have fun.
4966 - Roadie
We are a small non-profit college radio station. Can we use the sounds on this site? And if so, how does "attribution" work if we're a radio station? Would a note on our website saying some sounds used on-air are courtesy of FreeSound.org be sufficient?
HI I NEED THE FOLLLOWING VOICED BY A SEXY FEMALE VOICE FOR A DANCE COMPETITION MY PARTNERS IN ,I WANT TO PUT IT OVER SOME LIGHT MUSIC .
A friend once told me never lose yourself in the hatred of others, to always be yourself and to use your energy to create , not destroy.
Forever in our hearts, this is a dedication to Skye
I'm looking for a specific sounding drums, the likes Wardruna uses.
I did some research and I figured that they use some form of frame drums and deer skin drums but I've been searching the entire web and cannot get anything close to their sounds.
In specific I'm looking for the kind of sound of drums like in their works called: Iwar, Ingwar.
They seem to be pitchless and thump-like in sound.
Please, any kind of help would be greatly appreciated.
Hi, I was wondering if anyone could create a voice tag
I have a quite serious issue with my recently purchased Sony PCM-D100 recorder because of its mics' extreme wind sensitivity - even the best furry windshields that I'm aware of that fit this recorder being woefully inadequate in their wind protection for such sensitive mics. The best furry windshield that I could find, according to my comparative tests, was the Rode DeadKitten, which afforded my old PCM-M10 recorders sufficient protection to enable me to make natural soundscape recordings on a reasonable number of occasions, albeit still having to pass by many other potential great recording opportunities because of too much wind. When I got the D100 I found that the original, light grey version of the DeadKitten seemed not to fit the D100 but the current, black version did, but had somewhat poorer wind protection performance (I think resulting from use of a softer fur, which gets blown apart more readily by the wind). As I needed every little bit of wind protection I could get for the D100 I was frustrated at not being able to use the original version of the DeadKitten on it.
Today, having decided that I would most likely not be using my old M10 recorders any more (for which I'd been using the original DeadKittens), I had another, more forceful, go at fitting an original DeadKitten on the D100, and found that although it's a little difficult to go on, it actually does go on without a real struggle, so I can use these. However, on my outings as a great rarity I lose one, so really want one or two spares of the original version, but have failed to find any trader still selling them. Many traders (and actually Rode themselves - naughty boys!) still represent the DeadKitten with a photo of the old, light grey version, and the odd ones may still say 'light grey' on their page for the item, but it's the black, current version that they actually send.
Incidentally, to forestall well meant but unnecessary suggestions, let's point out here that alternative solutions like using external mics in a blimp are not a workable option for me, because I do nearly all my recording on hiking outings, where I already have a well-filled rucksack and cannot accommodate additional kit.
So, is there any nice person out there who has one or two redundant light grey genuine Rode DeadKittens, still in good condition, that I could buy from them for a small consideration (plus postage of course)? -- Thank you.
I’m a student who is currently creating an app for iPhone based on fake calls, I am looking for several voices over to complete the app (they will be present anonymously in the app, of course) we already have all the texts in hand (each text is about 180 words max) and we just need some actors to pronounce them in the appropriate way. This could be a chance to fill your portfolio by integrating your demo in the app!
For the voice over, we currently need to fill:
English: 10 texts with 5 for men/ 5 women
French: 10 texts with 5 for men/ 5 women
Russian: 12 texts with 6 for men/ 6 women
Each text have a specific theme, if an actor can easily manipulate his voice you can animate several voices!
If you are interested to integrate your voice in our new app which will available in the next 2 weeks, please contact me on “firstname.lastname@example.org” and I will share with you the different texts and subjects available!
When playing sounds in Chrome, some pretty annoying artifacts are audible in the form of beeps and glitches.
I double-checked this problem in Safari, but the artifacts not audible when playing the same sounds in Safari.
To prove my point, I recorded playing the following sound in Safari and Chrome while recording the output directly with Soundflower: http://freesound.org/people/Anoesj/sounds/345241/. I uploaded that recording to Dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/s/w7dfy9ph95qrqxc/freesound%20problem%20chrome.wav?dl=1
The first round the sample plays, it's playing in Safari. You can hear compression artifacts, but that's fine, it isn't very disturbing. The second round, it's playing in Chrome. You'll hear beeps and glitches all over the place.
I never had this problem before.. I'm using Chrome v50.0.2661.94 (64-bit) on OSX Yosemite (MacBook Pro Retina 15", mid 2014).
4964 - rock
Can a female voice says "It's The Star Season" Thank you
4963 - cave
Thanks a lot to 11linda for the female track that can be found here:
This morning I made a recording of Louis Armstrong's "What a wunderful world", played on a carillon which could be heard in the whole city center and beyond. Is this copy righted material or can this recording be published on freesound?
Thanks in advance for your advice.