Ha, thanks, just now saw your reply. Yeah, just figuring out the direction I'm going with music. Planned to do film scores as a career but we'll see.
Absolutely right AlienXXX,
That's one of the failures of basic algorithms in digital processing. When I use the simple fade function in Audacity I block the fade period and apply fade 2 or 3 times to get the last bit of the tail to persist enough. Digi processing also has the same potential weakness in the frequency domain where the sample "buckets" don't resolve logarithmically up the spectrum. To simulate a natural EQ you have "Guess" many in-between points on the curve. I've only ever used Audacity, so I assume that more sophisticated editors must tackle this better.
I'm from the analogue generation where I put my trust in resistors, capacitors and inductors. They obey the natural rules straight out the box! Having said that, I'm not knocking digital processing; It does stuff that is totally impractical with (affordable) analogue.
Wibby, that's always one that gets me every time: how long/short to make the fade (even/mostly with unnatural sounds) 1 second 2, 4, etc. Fade is however very important in a freesound sample and often overlooked. Thanks for your advice, I'll try to figure out the dB . Maybe you're coming from a different audio perspective, I don't know.
I think it is not just the case of how long or short the fade should be. Natural sounds (and many other things) decay exponentially but many fades are linear, so they just sound wrong even if they are otherwise lomg enough...
Please if you could make a female voice tag saying [K.I.D Beatz]
Im looking for someone who could record my beat tag(s).
Produced by Arch Music
Another beat by Arch Music
Thanks for replying. I'll try doing both 1) and 3).
thank you brother for your reply
but this case happen with me , youtube send me a notice copyright (automaticaly) , i do Counter Notification , because i use that sound from your website in public domaine Although that i sent him url of sound in public domaine , It did not accept the evidence , and the copyright notice is still existe. i remove the video from my channel , it happen before one month ago
I reckon you will be fine, and won't have to worry about any potential copyright issues.
There is another YouTube channel that also occasionally uploads some sounds from this site. Although in his case, he would sometimes upload sounds that originally had an Attribution license and then not give credit, which in that case would merit a copyright issue. Thankfully, he does now give credit.
But as you will be mainly using CC0 sounds, you shouldn't run into any copyright issues because the sounds are public domain, and you can do whatever you want with them.
If someone does give you a copyright notice, it is most likely just someone taking advantage of the ridiculous YouTube copyright system, even if you are using the sounds correctly. If that ever happens, you can file a dispute on the video that got copyrighted, and it should be resolved in a few days (take that with a grain of salt - I don't manage YouTube videos, so I don't have much experience there).
thank you bro
i start work with my channel youtube of sound effects , basicaly from sounds creative commons 0 in this site, and i credit all sounds , if they want download them , i put (download link and credit : url of source sound)
but I am worried , if i receive in one day copyright notice , it can close my channel in the futur
- - Do any of you can help me at that moment ? --
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Overcome this problem and increase continuously visits to your site, if involved a lot with us
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I would like to use to bike sounds for a track I'm gonna make. Specifically the spokes running as the tire slows down at different speeds so the sample "hits" will be changing its distance. Appreciate anything I just don't have the equipment to pull it off to a quality that i would want to use.
I produce willing to throw you some samples or mix down or master your track our clean your source material in my daw.
Sounds uploaded to this site do go through moderation before they can be downloadable, so the moderators do check if an uploaded sound breaches copyright in any way.
But with that said, there are always some that will slip through, although I reckon this is very rare. There isn't really a way to check this other than to just search for similar sound effects on Google or elsewhere and see if you find a match.
It would also help if you gave us a link to the sound you wanted to use from this site, as I and anyone else reading could do a little bit of searching to test whether it is the original.
thank u bro , i understand what u say
but i ask u , if any one upload sound effect that already has copyright , and put it under cc0 ,
is it a way for check if this sound is realy creative commons 0 or copyrighted?
i understand that majority of sounds here are free , but exist Some members Whose upload sound effect (copyrighted) from other site to this site under creative commons 0 ,
As I already said, all of the sounds that have the CC0 license are in the public domain, and won't bring any copyright issues if you use them, even for financial gain (unless the original creator has any extra conditions in the description of the sound).
So you shouldn't receive any copyright issues if you use a sound that is under a CC0 license.
I've recently uploaded a sound effect in my uploads, if anyone could listen and tell me what it could be, it's quite urgent, thank you.
Is there a way for know if the sound from creative commons 0 has copyright or no?
i realy found sound effect from this site ( creative commons 0) and After time copyright issue is coming .
Thank you Frederic. Works fine.