My name is Scott, Born December 1970; I own and run a 750 sq-ft recording studio in my spare time. Work as a manager for a corporate IT department in the daytime.
Interests include, but not nearly limited to:
Audio recording and production in studio
Field, Live and Clandestine recording
Typewriters and Printing technology (including the very old)
The history of humanities use of plant drugs
I'll post some pictures sometime. Check out some of my sounds if you like:
My name is chaz, Ive been using freesound for probably 3 years now, but this is my first time ever posting on the forums.
hi my name is jakob and I use freesound as a source for my music which I make in my freetime.
I am a fulltime student and I make music as a hobby.
Using freesound is very interesting and it opens many doors
hiiiiii, i came right out the vag.
g'day all ... logging in from Down Under .... i think my super camera was on the special " x-ray vision " setting , so all i got was a white background
and my mom told me to not give my pix to strangers ... .but i'll put it up anyway ...
Hullo! My name is Innkeeper, Electric Innkeeper.
Its been a while since I did an upload, but the time's been spent recording: myself as well as other "acts". Been editing away the whole time. The next upload will most likely include more acoustic drum samples; multi-mic'ed, varied velocity and a variety of snares, all [hopefully] considered high quality. Too, I've gigs of ambient field capture, synth-scape experiments, voice collage, guitar work, etc.
I work as an engineer/producer with another fellow out here in Los Angeles. ATM, specifically working on writing for various music libraries. Musically I enjoy many things, including: space-rock, hard electronics, psychedelic, MOD scene tracks, folk ["apocalyptic" dare I say?], older metal, old 80's/early goth stuff and anime soundtracks.
Aside from noise, I read tons, garden a bit, bicycle, watch anime, and self-experiment on myself with chemical compounds of an opiate nature. >"Self abusive recluse, too late for me..." <
Nice to be apart of this community. Great uploads that I've used in quite a bit of my own stuff.
Hullo, again, and thanks for the good times n' good site!
My real name is a big secret :wink: and I live in southern germany (but forunately not in bavaria).
I play the keyoards and (a bit) percussion drums. I do like industrial und experimantal sounds the most. At the time, I don't play in a band, but I already was a member of funk, gothic, metal, industrial/EBM and rock bands. At the moment I only do producing (hip-hop and industrial). By the way: I'm not a professional musician.
My hobbies beside doing music is programming, so I guess I'll have a closer look at Mootcher someday.
I started playing around with samples, when I was going to primar school, using a Amiga 1200 and the Technosound Turbo 2 sampler (wich both I still own and use). So don't be confused if I'll upload some oldschool 8-Bit samples someday. Today I'm using a TerraTec EWS88MT (24Bit/96kHz). But sometimes I also still use my C64 and a really old Casio synth for children (wich works analogue!).
And here are the only photos I found, taken during the Wave-Gotik-Treffen at the Völkerschlachtdenkmal in Leipzig, Germany (nearly exactly at the opposit end of Germany to where I live). One of the eyes hidden behind those sunglasses can bee seen at my avatar
I look like the "cool" and "always grim" type of person on these pictures. But for real I'm the exact opposite!
This Site is absolutely ingenious! My respect to it's founders and all members!
I live in southern germany (but forunately not in bavaria).
Anyway, welcome to Freesound
Thanks for the welcome!
(By the way: I just wanted to push the "Badians hate Swabians and Bavarians"-stereotype :wink
hi guys im izzy new here anybody looking to lend a hand to someone just starting out messege me please especialy if you have decent knowledge of ableton
On the topic of introductions, I'm Adrian and I run a consultancy called Web Advisors. You can see my picture and learn about me at http://webadvisors.com.au/about-us/.
I'm new to freesound.org but I like what I've seen so far!