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    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

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    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?

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    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 smile

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    Hello, All,

    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.

    Thank you,

    A.F.

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    I did re-upload but that did not work

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    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.

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    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 grin

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    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...

    Kind regards

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    Hi everyone!

    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!

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    @Corsica_S You are definitely apart of this community my friend.

    I never participated in the last survey.

    I use Freesound.org as a base of expression and to feel what other people have for my sounds/music.
    I use Freesound.org to explore what other creative & unique sounds people share to further inspire myself to keep on making sounds.
    I use Freesound.org to share and hopefully help them with their projects, whatever that might be.
    I use Freesound.org to increase the size of my sound library to further create more unique sounds so long as a follow the license guidelines.

    The list can go on much more, but I feel I have highlighted all the things I appreciate the most here.
    Thank you grin

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    marc_om wrote:
    In that case I would send a message to the person who uploaded the sound and ask if it's okay to do the attribution in the description of the video and this person will tell. And you're welcome, I hope I could help smile

    He last logged in in 2011, I doubt he'll reply lol

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    In that case I would send a message to the person who uploaded the sound and ask if it's okay to do the attribution in the description of the video and this person will tell. And you're welcome, I hope I could help smile

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    hey anyone...

    I am new to this site and just learning my way around as well as learning how to use "audacity" for my editing. my current project is to add music and sound effect to the audio book "ready player one" by Earnest Cline, Narrated by Will Wheaten.... for personal use of course. any suggestions are welcome and if you haven't checked this one out you should!

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    Hello all!

    I'm looking for a very specific sound but it already exists, so I hope one of you know what I'm looking for. I'm looking for an alarm sound, one that is used in YouTube videos where somebody sees all the red flags or just screwed up big time and you hear something like "wee hoo wee hoo wee hoo". I haven't found anything like it on Freesound or YouTube, so I hope somebody knows what I'm talking about. If nobody understands me I can provide a voice recording of me doing the sound.

    Thanks in advance!

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    Could anyone make a producer tag (preferibly lady) saying yung snupe or just snupe?

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    1) What do you use Freesound for? (what are your specific interests? what do you do with Freesound samples? ...)

    In my case I'm an animation student creating projects that tell stories. Sound is really critical in telling the story even if it's mostly a visual medium. I also have always sort of loved sound editing from an intuitive level so... I make projects for school, to learn, and to bring to life stories I love.

    2) Do you perceive some shared goals in Freesounds user community? If so, which ones? (is there a sense of community? and of long-term goals to be achieved? ...)

    I admit I don't participate much community wise here... which is honestly sort of ridiculous. I have a sound library too... I really should be giving back to this site since it's helped me a ridiculous amount.

    3) What kinds of sounds are you most interested in? (do you upload and/or download specific types of sounds? which ones? ...)

    Mostly ones that are a bit tricky for me to get myself aka ambient noises of an environment that isn't easy for me to get to or weird things I don't know how to generate digitally. But I also tend to want the pieces as they are before editing and mixing and without other sounds in unless it makes sense. This place is awesome for that. I tend to love sound mixing myself so... this place really gives me the raw elements if you will, so I can start playing around with that and my own sounds together.

    4) What makes Freesound different from other sound sharing sites? (you can compare with sites like Soundcloud, Looperman, CCMixter or others)

    Pretty much what I described in question three. Yet I also find that this place is great because it focuses on sharing and helping each other just because 'Hey, we all need stuff. We can't always get that easily. Let's try and make it a bit easier on everyone.'

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    So, as a hobby, I animate every now and then. And after completing a genderbent model (Because female models are easier to deal with and I like having fun with the rule 63 trope) of Thrax from Osmosis Jones, I felt like animating the scene in the sauna, the scene were we see Thrax for the second time since he was revealed and when he establishes the pecking order, with him at the top of the food chain in the city of Frank's underworld.

    Model in question: http://hazama15.deviantart.com/art/MMD-Newcomer-Genderbent-Thrax-671413990

    Scene in question: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFpshq8fCGI

    Thing is, I want to redo the scene with a new voice for him, er, her, to match the fact I made a female model. Unfortunately, as a poor college student, I don't have money to commission anyone so really the best I can hope for is that a kind voice actress with enough time on her hands decides to give this a shot.

    I'm looking for a deep sounding female voice for Thrax in this vid, someone who can match his tone. Someone who sounds a tiny bit sassy, but not in an exaggerated ghetto way.

    To put it simply, someone who sounds African American, as that's the kind of voice actor Thrax had and that was the kind of persona he had going on.

    Here's a script if ya need it:

    https://pastebin.com/8HXwCyFF

    Again, this is mostly just a hobby for fun, but I'm gonna put my all into animatin' it, and if anyone's interested then hey, have fun with it, you know?

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    I am a singer and I make my own music videos. I have an intro, but it is followd by several pictures of my company logo, etc that pass by like a slide show at the very beginning of each video. What I am hoping for is a sound that is appropriate for the beginning of a movie so that as these three picures pass by in a matter of a few seconds, that it sounds professional!

    I would be grateful for any suggestions of a few sounds I might want to consider!

    Steven S.
    Downtown berkeley, CA USA

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    marc_om wrote:
    Hi Qalbi,

    before you even use a sound I would advise you to check under which license it was uploaded and also to know what applies to each of them (licenses). It can be the case you are violating the rights for a particular sound and that you simply don't know it. In any case, it wouldn't be that hard for you to check the license for the particular sounds you are using and check if you are doing something wrong.

    Hope that helps.


    Yes I've checked it and one is fine but the other one can be used as well but need to be credited to the owner. I changed all my monetized youtube description to link to the sounds that I used in my videos, I hope this is sufficient or do I have to actually put inside the video itself? That I'm not sure. Thanks for replying.

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    I was digging a little more on the subject and have found that publishers are meant to take care for mechanical rights, but I'm still not a hundred per cent sure that I didn't get anything wrong. As I understand, labels and PRO's are meant to take care of performance and selling royalties, while publishers take care for mechanical royalties and also pitching. Is that right? Any ideas?

    Thanks.