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Dear freesounders, we are happy to announce that we’ve just launched a new Freesound-side site called Freesound Labs. Freesound Labs is a directory of projects, hacks, apps, research and other initiatives that use content from Freesound or use the Freesound API. Our … Continue reading → Read Full Entry
Hi everyone, We’re glad to announce that we’re in the process of uploading around 70GB of analog synthesizer samples to Freesound*, aka the Modular Samples library, consisting of 40,000 samples organised in 461 packs, recorded from 20 different analog synthesizers and … Continue reading → Read Full Entry
Hi everyone, as some of you might have noticed, we’re having problems processing sounds. Don’t worry about your sounds, they’re safe and you can continue uploading, but they won’t be processed (and moderated) until the problems are fixed. Thank you … Continue reading → Read Full Entry
Yes, it is true: Freesound is 10 years old! I am launching one of our friendly competitions celebrating the occasion. Find out more and get involved: http://www.freesound.org/forum/dare-the-community/37610/ Read Full Entry
Dear Freesounders, You maybe didn’t know this yet, but Freesound has just turned 10 this month! The project started out as an all-red website back in the days. It was built on rather shabby technology and has by now grown way … Continue reading → Read Full Entry
Extended loop slowly increases in content, adding new harmonic layers as it progresses, bringing them in and out as it ...
Walking on a trail in a deep Midwestern forest. The surface is a nice crunchy local creek-rock. Recorded in late ...
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A Common Yellowthroat singing in rural Wisconsin. ecordist: Tim Kahn Recorder: Zaxcom Maxx Microphone: MKH8020 in Telinga Dish