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I will record any sound (preferably CC0) from Freesound through this special microphone, to give it a very lo-fi sound. Just post the Freesound link to the sound you want recorded in this thread
Hmm... I'm gonna pick this just to try to get a feel for the frequency response of the thing.
No hard requests from my part, but here's some ideas for fun
Your own heart.
Against your chest and humm at different frequencies/notes.
Record the floor and walk around it, for footsteps sounds.
Against an electric kettle boiling water
Different instruments ? Guitar bass, percussions etc...
Against a bridge with cars going over it
Typical bottle / blowing over/in it sound.
Maybe something with a car? If you're in a backseat of one, record the window or something.
Well as I finished typing this and re-read the thing, I realised I'm off-topic and it was about resampling sounds x')
Here's two from me that could be interesting
https://freesound.org/people/Sadiquecat/sounds/577854/ Lofi Piano, soon to be extra lofi
https://freesound.org/people/Sadiquecat/sounds/695630/ Cat purr
Interesting. Thanks for doing that. The device preserves a pretty good dynamic range and frequency response. Seems like it's mostly doing a lowpass along with some crackle from the electronics or something. The upper midrange also seems rolled off in a way that creates a sense of distance or "psychoacoustically implied reverb".
Maybe it'd be good for creating something akin to an "educational VHS tape" vibe, or for adding a roomy quality to drum tracks or guitar recordings. If I were using it in rock'n'roll I'd probably blend the processed signal 50/50 with the original, as this is one of those tricks that always seems to sound good.