March 31st, 2010

Listen through random freesound samples, I came across hello_flower's 'SHIP SOUND REQUEST' Although it is a pretty good sample, I saw several problems:1. It wasn't great quality2. It didn't have stereo effects3. It was quite short (only 10 seconds of actual audio)Despite this, it was a great sample and I knew I could fix it up a bit. Using volivieri's shore03.aiff, acclivity's ShipsBell.wav, dobroide's 20080807.seagulls.wav, and hello_flowers original ship sample, I created this. A higher quality, longer, and fully loopable remix using only a few components of the original. Enjoy, comment and rate!


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    NikitaSadkov 2 months, 2 weeks ago

    You're licensing this under CC-BY. But acclivity has since re-licensed his sound under CC-BY-NC, earlier it was under Creative Commons Sampling Plus 1.0 License.

    BTW, I have added freesound.org on the list:

    just so people know that a lot of recordings here steal Sound Ideas property. Hello, Bram! That is my present to you, for banning me for breaking no rules.

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    mferguso88 4 months, 1 week ago

    Used it for a pirate song I wrote. Nothing will be released without an ok from the author.


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    jgotts 9 months ago

    Hello, i intend to use part of this soundscape for an intro to a rock song for my band. Will you please tell me how and to whom I may give credit to this work? Thank you, this is absolutely perfect and well done!

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    Izx2000 11 months, 1 week ago

    I used it for the song that I composed, thank you.

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    Ayreonaut86 1 year ago

    I intend to use this as part of an intro for a "ship at sea" based rock song, please message me if there is any issue with this as I don't want to fall foul of any laws :)

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