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    I need ADULT MOVIE sounds for background


    Hi, I am trying to get hold of the sound of an 'adult' movie for background. PLEASE can anyone help me?

    I saw the other thread for 'erotic' sounds, but although there was a lot of interest in that thread (hmm, I wonder why!! :wink: ) there wasn't really anything helpful.

    Ta much for looking
    Ayeshah xx

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    When you say sound - do you mean the music, the nat-sounds or the foley?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IyDRX8AYi_o

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    FreqMan
    When you say sound - do you mean the music, the nat-sounds or the foley?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IyDRX8AYi_o


    Well, something with the cheezy music with real 'action' moans and groans would be good. I need it for an audio book I am doing.

    Don't ask, lol!!

    I am going to check out the link - thanks a bunch xx

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    Try the "sex" tag, or a deep search. However, the amount of "adult" samples on freesound is far too small.

    You can check out my sex pack. (Uhm.. *sample* pack.)

    As for the music, you can mix it yourself with Audacity if you can find some 70's bass porn soundrack. Make sure you have the rights to use it, though.

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    Hi Halleck

    Yes, I had already listened to your samples but still not quite what I am looking for. (Typical woman - never satisfied, lol).

    I only want a clip that would be about 10 seconds long as an intro. I use Audacity already, but just need the sound as an intro to my subject entering an adult cinema, lol.

    We women always ask for the impossible, lol.

    Perhaps you could record some more sounds for me? My neighbours got a new bed recently and that was the only sound I could hear - kiddin'

    Thanks again
    Ayeshah x

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    I would be happy to make some for you, but I'm pretty sure my wife would ask why there is a stereo pair of overhead mics over top the bed. Additionally, I don't feel all that 'comfortable' around mics while naked you know. Especially those shotgun mics!

    Frank Zappa had a lyric: "It looks just like a Telefunken U47... You'll love it!"

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    I've got the sounds but I don't have the identifiably pornographic Casio funk music to accompany them:

    http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/samplesViewSingle.php?id=22966

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    cognito perceptu
    I've got the sounds but I don't have the identifiably pornographic Casio funk music to accompany them:

    http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/samplesViewSingle.php?id=22966


    Oooh yes. I think I can use that ---- thanks :wink:

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    lonemonk
    I would be happy to make some for you, but I'm pretty sure my wife would ask why there is a stereo pair of overhead mics over top the bed. Additionally, I don't feel all that 'comfortable' around mics while naked you know. Especially those shotgun mics!

    Frank Zappa had a lyric: "It looks just like a Telefunken U47... You'll love it!"


    Lol - I wouldn't want to put you to any trouble, hee hee. Thanks anyway (((HuGs)))

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    Now, the amazing thing is - I downloaded quite a few very short clips from here and some other sites, and after I have saved them to my hard drive and gone to play them back, they open up in iTunes and what do I get?

    Well, firstly you will all (no doubt know) that as ITunes plays it goes straight from one track to the next - overlapping, so after playing one of the clips it has gone straight into another - giving me the exact noises I need. :lol: I also managed to find some music too - so it's all good!!!

    By the way - you all probably think what I am doing is 'old hat', but please just spare a thought for this lass who has never done anything with sound fx before and I am teaching myself as I go along. (Pats own head).

    Anyhow - once I can get something together myself and suss out how to get the sounds on here, I shall make my own contributions to make up for all the clips I have borrowed from here.

    FanQ xxx :wink:

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    good luck

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    My only question is, can you rub your tummy while you pat your head?

    We're all beginners here, except for whoever's the absolute one best among us. (I suspect it's Bram, who is just goading us all with this injury thing).

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    cognito: That sample is a LOT more graphic than I had originally thought! The first time I listened to it it must have cut out at the 15 second mark, all I heard was whispers and squeaking. smile

    libragirl: glad you found something that works! Good luck and I look forward to hearing what you've done with it. smile
    BTW, what iTunes does is called a crossfade and you can do it yourself in audacity. Line the tracks up so they overlap exactly as you want them to, and then you can select the end of the first one and do "crossfade out", and select the beginning of the second one and do "crossfade in".
    This way you can control it better and export as a single track.

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    cognito: That sample is a LOT more graphic than I had originally thought! The first time I listened to it it must have cut out at the 15 second mark, all I heard was whispers and squeaking. smile[/quote}

    Sorry... For my next failed relationship I shall go for a more PG theme, say maybe a sample along the lines of, "Long romantic conversation on a park bench.wav," or perhaps "Meeting the parents for the first time.flac." No matter what happens, though, you can count on me always to have a recorder handy. (And to be polite enough to ask if it's okay if I post these special moments on the Internet.)

    Ha ha!

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    Heh. Actually, I think freesound is in need of more R-rated material...

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    Halleck
    libragirl: glad you found something that works! Good luck and I look forward to hearing what you've done with it. smile
    BTW, what iTunes does is called a crossfade and you can do it yourself in audacity. Line the tracks up so they overlap exactly as you want them to, and then you can select the end of the first one and do "crossfade out", and select the beginning of the second one and do "crossfade in".
    This way you can control it better and export as a single track.

    I also want to add that the crossfade in iTunes can be turned off or adjusted, just go to "edit", "preferences", and "playback".

    Also, if you don't want to do the crossfade yourself in audacity, you can record it playing in iTunes with audacity, using "mono mix", "stereo mix", or "wave out" (which gives you the best quality recording). Depending on what version of audacity you have--an old one, the current "stable" one, or the current beta one, the options for recording will varry (some versions won't have "wave out" option, for example.) wow, i'm a nerd.

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    nozombiez: interesting, actually producing a mix with itunes. I don't know if I would encourage this practice though, it's better for people to cut their teeth by editing in a simple NLE (audacity) in my opinion. wink

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    Halleck
    nozombiez: interesting, actually producing a mix with itunes. I don't know if I would encourage this practice though, it's better for people to cut their teeth by editing in a simple NLE (audacity) in my opinion. wink

    heh, i figured out a lot of ways to make music with really limited programs, such as Windows movie-maker and iTunes, before i got Sony Acid Pro and started to "really" use Audacity, like hardcore-ishly.

    pray to yourself
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    There are ways indeed, but I don't encourage people to try them. wink

    Before I knew about Audacity I used to record with windows sound recorder and an internal or headset mic. I did effects in-program by slowing down and speeding up the sound and adding echo or reversing it.

    "Crude" does not even begin to describe that setup. grin
    I might post some of that stuff here out of 'historical interest'.

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    Halleck
    There are ways indeed, but I don't encourage people to try them. wink

    Before I knew about Audacity I used to record with windows sound recorder and an internal or headset mic. I did effects in-program by slowing down and speeding up the sound and adding echo or reversing it.

    "Crude" does not even begin to describe that setup. grin
    I might post some of that stuff here out of 'historical interest'.

    cool! i wanna hear what that sounds like. I actually took my "movie maker songs" and pulled their layers apart and am working on them again, so I have no artifacts of my "early days" as a computer-musician.

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