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    Thanks Kodack!
    i'm making a kids greeting project, there are family cartoon characters, they will say:

    Hello!
    Good morning!
    Good Afternoon!
    Goodevening!
    Nice to meet you!
    See you later!
    Goodbye!

    Can you do me a favor?

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    Well I have me saying "hello" on my account here, https://www.freesound.org/people/Kodack/sounds/256608/

    if you want me to say other stuff or in a different way/accent just let me know

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    Nice. But yes, you still have decide/ design the sound the incoming signal is affecting…

    What do we want? A “thing” that generates music? Are we going to like/approve that thing more if we know that it has some connection/input from the nature?
    Music and artificial intelligence? If we let an AI “system” create music. First, I guess we have to give it some input that reflects the programmers/human taste. But when we start the AI-music how long will it take before we pull the plug?

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    Who can send me some kid/male/female greeting voice? (hello, how are you, i am fine, etc...).
    for my school project?

    by line, whatsapp, facebook, wetransfer ... anything is ok!

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    I have been enjoying the pod cast of the radio show while jogging. Yep, nice station, or what you call it when it’s sent over the internet…. (Am I getting old?)
    I have a friend who sometimes hosts a program like theglobalvoice. It’s called Kalejdoskop
    http://sverigesradio.se/sida/avsnitt?programid=2195

    @lucklylittleraven I heard your track in the December darkness of Sweden

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    @afleetingspeck

    Perhaps, but one could easily misunderstand something like this, even though he used one sound theres a big difference between using that sound for only a second or using it where it can be heard the majority of the time

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    Kodack wrote:
    toiletrolltube wrote:
    Love that bass line and a great variety of sounds going on. You say it only uses one freesound sample, but still I think you should've posted it in the "Your work..." thread.


    I think he means he used the sound for like a few seconds (not one of the main sounds) judging by this statement "Uses only a tiny tiny bit of a Freesound sample (attributed, of course). - But since it is such a tiny slice,..."

    I think toiletrolltube understood why AlienXXX decided to post it here instead of the other subforum.
    I think his use of "but still" indicates what I think.
    I think.

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    AlienXXX wrote:
    toiletrolltube wrote:
    Headphaze wrote:
    Do I hear the use of Vectory? wink

    Something to do with this perhaps? http://www.native-instruments.com/en/community/reaktor-user-library/entry/show/4717/

    Surely not this? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g81Qku8Nqgw

    LOL, it's neither... I do not have Reaktor.

    I guessed that, I remember that you're a Reason user. We'll have to see what HeadPhaze says.

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    toiletrolltube wrote:
    Headphaze wrote:
    Do I hear the use of Vectory? wink

    Something to do with this perhaps? http://www.native-instruments.com/en/community/reaktor-user-library/entry/show/4717/

    Surely not this? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g81Qku8Nqgw

    LOL, it's neither... I do not have Reaktor.

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    toiletrolltube wrote:
    Love that bass line and a great variety of sounds going on. You say it only uses one freesound sample, but still I think you should've posted it in the "Your work..." thread.

    Thanks for the nice comments

    Most of the sounds are from a free sample pack by Waves Alchemy.
    Plus a few that I have made myself.

    The sample from Freesound plays a relatively minor role in this one. I only used one note from a long acoustic bass sequence to create a variation in the main bass sequence in a couple of points.

    I will reserve my postings on the "Your work made with Freesounds" sub-forum for when the samples from Freesound play a more relevant role. - Otherwise feels like cheating.
    The Freesound sample was, of course, attributed. - For that, it does not matter if only a small fraction of a larger sound was used.

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    toiletrolltube wrote:
    Love that bass line and a great variety of sounds going on. You say it only uses one freesound sample, but still I think you should've posted it in the "Your work..." thread.

    I think he means he used the sound for like a few seconds (not one of the main sounds) judging by this statement "Uses only a tiny tiny bit of a Freesound sample (attributed, of course). - But since it is such a tiny slice,..."

    so the music is something like 99.5% entirely his work, and it depends what kind of sound it is anyway, if its something simple that anybody could have made then it doesn't matter so much, only the unique sounds are more personal and deserve more credit.

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    Well it sounds mouth watering anyway. BTW, are you having strange weather?

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    Headphaze wrote:
    Do I hear the use of Vectory? wink

    Something to do with this perhaps? http://www.native-instruments.com/en/community/reaktor-user-library/entry/show/4717/

    Surely not this? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g81Qku8Nqgw

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    Love that bass line and a great variety of sounds going on. You say it only uses one freesound sample, but still I think you should've posted it in the "Your work..." thread.

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    What exactly is Vectory? Never heard of it...

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    Do I hear the use of Vectory? wink

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    first i soak the sounds in cold water for five to six days (changing the water daily).
    then i soak them in lye for two days.
    then I soak them in cold water again for another six days (changing the water daily, of course).

    then the sounds are ready to be put into a song...

    no. wait. sorry. that's how I prepare lutefisk. I forget what I did to these sounds.

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    ferti12 wrote:
    Kodack wrote:
    it sounds pretty close to what is heard in the video, if you want it to be longer you can just set the speed, shouldnt be too hard to figure out, if you want the sound sooner (since moderation may take a while) tell me and I can give you the audio file another way

    How long does it take ?

    just download it here lol https://soundcloud.com/vakodack/crash

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    thank you both soo much.

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    Kodack wrote:
    it sounds pretty close to what is heard in the video, if you want it to be longer you can just set the speed, shouldnt be too hard to figure out, if you want the sound sooner (since moderation may take a while) tell me and I can give you the audio file another way

    How long does it take ?