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    not sure how to upload here so email me so i can send u ur request hope u like it ...saludos ..dj medina

    purotejano@live.com

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    French Female Voice Whispering a Prayer to God and or Battle Sounds

    ***An ebook gift based on the final product will be given to the selected contributor or contributors***

    I need the following sample. Looking for a CC0 contribution to the site, please, which I will be using in my own Dark Fantasy podcast. Character is a female warrior, French, from during the time of the Revolution.

    Please leave about 20 seconds of blank space at the start of your recording. This will help me during editing.

    Need a female French speaker to give a prayer to God in French. Any classic prayer will do. Perhaps for victory. Or deliverance. You choose.

    If you are so inspired, please add some sounds of battle in this character's voice.

    Thanks kindly. I will credit you on the show if you like for your contribution.

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    William,

    The character will be Joan of Arc. Are you sure you cannot help? Maybe you have a French sister or a French friend? : )

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    strangely_gnarled wrote:
    White noise is by definition random, or pseudo-random, and the human ear/brain will always pick out a rapidly repeating sequence. I don't think there is a way to fool the ear into thinking that any sound that repeats itself 5 times a second is random noise. Sorry.

    I also believe this...

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    A "pfft" has a soft attack start and a hard percussive finish. The sound would need to be broken into at least two segments, a "pffffff..(white noise)..." which is gated ON by "key-down" with "key-up" simultaneously gating OFF "pffffff..." and gating ON "..ftt!".

    White noise is by definition random, or pseudo-random, and the human ear/brain will always pick out a rapidly repeating sequence. I don't think there is a way to fool the ear into thinking that any sound that repeats itself 5 times a second is random noise. Sorry.

    Wibby.

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    good posting, i like the sound
    http://bit.ly/2eo8Qah

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    So this was easy for me because I only released a noise track in 2016! I just mixed the track and some WIPs and then proceeded it with my workflow of the moment (it's a sort of an overdrive). The result is a different apophenia!

    https://soundcloud.com/goingnowhereeatingthings/its-just-a-subway-freesound-dare-46

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    Sorry for cant help you but man you got me curious.

    bonne chance smile

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    Hey,

    So I was wondering if anyone knows if this sound is to be found on this website, or if anyone knows the title of the sound effect (ignore the video, i need the sound):

    https://youtu.be/FsVzisLSxt8?t=19

    Thanks!

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    I've given this an attempt, which you can (hopefully) preview here:
    http://www.freesound.org/tickets/62b8973679594b63b951d514d8855de9/

    Once it has been moderated, and if that's what you're after, the sound will become available here for download:
    http://www.freesound.org/people/InspectorJ/sounds/375982/

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    Hey everybody, I'd like to get a sample of men and/or women saying "it's Ben Ten bitch!" in a languishing tone... If anyone would be able to make something with that, i'd be very grateful! I'd use it at the beginning or end of my songs.
    Feel free to send me a message if you want some more explanations or anything!
    Thanks a lot to whoever would do this for me!

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    I made the sound and it's awaiting moderation now: https://www.freesound.org/s/375744/
    The sound is synthesized so I made my best to make it more realistic wink

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    Really Nice. I liked it!
    How long it took you?

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    Dear Masters,

    I would like to request a dj drop saying "DJ AJ on the mix" in female seductive voice or any female voice. Thanks in advance

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    Thanks. I've been doing that.. spent hours trying to make a clean 0.2 sec sound that loops seamlessly with lo luck. I will try the software you mentioned and work on it some more. I was hoping someone with actual skills can bang it out with little to no effort. seems simple.

    thank you for the reply. The 1 sec thing is actually too long for cases where the user does some precision bursts. It makes it look like a dubbed over foreign movie smile

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    There is a lot of white noise uploaded on this site, which you can find here:

    http://www.freesound.org/search/?q=white+noise

    You can always trim down the track and make it loopable yourself rather easily with the free software Audacity (within which you can also very easily create the white noise yourself, using 'Generate' -> 'Noise', trim it down to a few seconds, and shift+click the play button to see if it loops seamlessly).

    It might be tricky to create one that loops effectively at 0.2s long, so I recommend at least a second long.

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    I recently purchased a DIY music box kit from a website which I will not link to here. If you watch this video(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hzh-MMnLG70&feature;=related) you can see that it has a serious design flaw: it has a tiny hand-crank, and it's thus next to impossible to play your custom tunes at a constant rate. The thing sounds like crap for this reason alone.

    I'd like to automate the crank with an electric motor, since I am under the impression that it's pretty hard to make your own wind-up music box (difficult to get the wind-up mechanism to turn at a constant rate, involves fans and other intricate timing mechanisms, etc).

    So it doesn't take much torque to turn the crank, but it needs to be turned approximately 100-150 times per minute in order for the music to sound decent. What kind of motor am I looking for? It should be relatively small, so I can fit it in the wooden music box I'm making along with the musical mechanism itself and whatever other contraptions I need to put it all together. I'm also pretty noob with electronics, so I'd prefer not having to put together my own circuit board or anything; at most I'd like to just make a few solders and hook up the battery, then snap on a few widgets & gears and pump out those tunes.

    What kind of motor(http://www.kynix.com/Product/Cate/757.html) should I use?

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    Am I wrong, or that ringtone is protected by copyright?

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    Some of the complex textures make me think of granular processing.

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    Helly everyone,

    I'm once here again in the forum section because I need your help.
    I've always been a huge fan of Wizards of Waverly Place and even today it's still one of my favourite shows.
    But one thing that always fascinated me was: The Sound Effects.
    Yes, the magical sounds used in the show.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oROKpT015eg&feature;=youtu.be

    This link directs to a video containing 6 sound samples.

    Now, how were those sounds created?
    And is it possible to reproduce them?

    I'd love to hear your recreations and find out what produces these sounds!

    -Faithfully
    Nicistarful