2745 - Graph
Made with this sample: http://www.freesound.org/people/stomachache/sounds/244588/
... there are specialized libraries that hold what is called "stock music" - this is pre-made music that movie / game / advert producers can buy to add to their project immediately.
I know such sites exist ... If anyone else can add any advie please do so.
BeatPick , you get 50%, have to pass audition, (can cancel with a 30 day notice) non-exlusive.
musicportal.gettyimages.com you get 35% , no audition, "A minimum one-year commitment" non-exlusive.
Audiosparxs you get 60% [no audition] perpetual non-exlusive license.
istock [also by Getty Images], have to pass audition, 15%-20% non-exclusive , 45% if exclusive.
[ this list is not exhaustive ]
2745 - spectrogram
2744 - Fourier
2743 - frequencymodulation
Created this little piece:
The White Horse - A Newfoundland tale of superstition and loss using a couple bits from freesound, including:
this and this.
2742 - bell
Just like the good old times. Maybe you should put a blog post on the home page so more people can know about this.
Like the good old times... and even better!!
You can count me in on this one... theres even a nice reward for the winner!!
Just imagine being played on the radio... I think I could die happy after that..
WOW... whats going on here!! I go on holiday and almost miss all the fun!
Hey AlienXXX... can you please send me a message if you start something interesting like this??
You know I like this stuff!!
yep Cannonrayj, noisey and radio-active - well done
found one more way to spend afternoons:
digging in my video database
and adding waterfall and unprocessed audio from Twente tuner:
free contribution to dare28, not suitable for voting
2741 - Cell
2740 - Battery
2739 - Critical
2738 - mass
Try doing a search for "email@example.com" (with the quotes) and you'll see a seemingly endless list of web sites where sounds from freesound.org are made available for download. So if I were to download one to a mobile phone using one of these internet services, would it come with proper attribution that I would see in my phone? My phone doesn't do such things, so I can't test it. Here is an example of one of my sounds, which gives no attribution on the web page: http://android.dm/download/Zimbot-Squirble-9/?type=T&id;=55047 .
The game is a life simulation, like minecraft. The age range is for teens. I need a little piano and violin duet. That is pretty much all I can say so far.
some more information might be helpful:
What kind of game? genre? - fantasy, action, sci-fi, problem solving, word game etc?
age range? young children, youth, teens, adults?
Sorry for repluyng very VERY late... but here's the song! It's called "Dramatic Impact #1 - Ren and Stimpy Production Music"