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    Thank you Bram!!!


    I just want to say... you are awesome. thank you for all your great work here and at smex, i can't believe you're doing all this stuff for free.

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    I second that!
    this is an amazing resource! And the interface is beautifull & intuitive
    keep up!

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    Yes Bram, thank you!

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    jtxx000
    I just want to say... you are awesome. thank you for all your great work here and at smex, i can't believe you're doing all this stuff for free.

    Thanks for the nice words, jtxx000, but I'm not doing this totaly "for free"!
    The freesound-project is an initiative by MTG ( http://www.iua.upf.es/mtg/ ) who are obviously paying me to create this site!

    - Bram

    Warning: if you break the rules, see my avatar. Freesound Admin, Moderator, Ex-Freesound-Coder & Benevolent Dictator For Life.
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    well as long as i dont have to pay for it :lol:

    but seriously not just for this but for all your gifts to the audio community, thanx grin

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    having just discovered freesound thru KvR & recognising Bram from many successful trips to smartelectronics i'd like to take this opportunity to say thanks for all yr hard work. i guess there are days when u wonder if its all worth it? trust me - it is!

    good luck with this wink

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    My Gawd, is this awesome site the work of smex Bram? Man, u rule!!!! THX a lot!

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    Bram
    jtxx000
    I just want to say... you are awesome. thank you for all your great work here and at smex, i can't believe you're doing all this stuff for free.

    Thanks for the nice words, jtxx000, but I'm not doing this totaly "for free"!
    The freesound-project is an initiative by MTG ( http://www.iua.upf.es/mtg/ ) who are obviously paying me to create this site!

    - Bram

    Bram: so you are the same
    Bram that made all of these plugs?
    * (Plugin) Anechoic Room Simulator (April 1st)
    * (Plugin) Bouncy (Bouncing Ball Delay)
    * (Plugin) Crazy Ivan
    * (Plugin) Cyanide (old version)
    * (Plugin) Cyanide 2.0
    * (Plugin) H2O
    * (Plugin) MadShifta
    * (Plugin) OnePingOnly
    * (Plugin) s(M)exoscope
    * (Plugin) SupaPhaser
    * (Plugin) SupaTrigga
    * Crazy Ivan (DOS version)
    * Midi 2 Hz
    * WinCell
    * WinGrain

    Wow! Congrats. You are one talented person! Thanks. Andrew

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    (yes)

    - Bram

    Warning: if you break the rules, see my avatar. Freesound Admin, Moderator, Ex-Freesound-Coder & Benevolent Dictator For Life.
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    thanks bram i love your plugins too ! keep the good work smile

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    extremely comfortable here grin ...

    tro

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    Andrew Duke

    Bram: so you are the same
    Bram that made all of these plugs?
    * (Plugin) Anechoic Room Simulator (April 1st)
    * (Plugin) Bouncy (Bouncing Ball Delay)
    * (Plugin) Crazy Ivan
    * (Plugin) Cyanide (old version)
    * (Plugin) Cyanide 2.0
    * (Plugin) H2O
    * (Plugin) MadShifta
    * (Plugin) OnePingOnly
    * (Plugin) s(M)exoscope
    * (Plugin) SupaPhaser
    * (Plugin) SupaTrigga
    * Crazy Ivan (DOS version)
    * Midi 2 Hz
    * WinCell
    * WinGrain

    Wow! Congrats. You are one talented person! Thanks. Andrew

    I haven't had time to check out all of the above plugs, but
    knowing the man behind SupaTrigga did the others above
    definitely makes me want to get the rest in the above list.
    Thanks again, Bram. Take care and keep up the great work.
    Andrew

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    Andrew Duke

    I haven't had time to check out all of the above plugs, but
    knowing the man behind SupaTrigga did the others above
    definitely makes me want to get the rest in the above list.
    Thanks again, Bram. Take care and keep up the great work.
    Andrew

    Well I can warmly recommend SupaPhaser. I wasn't really impressed with the Anechoic Room Simulator (Compare your recordings processed with it to the samples I posted recorded in an actual anechoic room...)

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    I'm new to this site and feel compelled to thankyou as I have just downloaded an awful lot of stuff. From what I've heard and seen this looks like the place I've been looking for but alass I still haven't found it, I'm after the sound of a human heart. Thanks

    At a boy smell the roxy!
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    I had a hard time in the past trying to use one of those medical tools to hear the hearth in conjunction with a mic capsule, but ... unfortunately, the electronic problems to plug the capsule to my motu 828 mk2 discouraged me.

    I still have the components, the thing to listen the heart, the capsule to put in the tube, the motu etc...

    If someone provides any other way to do it i will work it out.

    Jaume Ferrete www.jaumeferrete.net
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    Anton
    I wasn't really impressed with the Anechoic Room Simulator (Compare your recordings processed with it to the samples I posted recorded in an actual anechoic room...)

    ... I think think you have to set the date on your computer to the 1st of April for it to work right ... :wink:

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    Bram is thé man ... :wink: ... let's hope they get tired of him quickly in Barcelona ( J/K ! :twisted: ) so he can get back here to Ghent and put his power behind another GhentSessions ( http://ghentsessions.be/ ) ...

    ------ http://www.mbazzy.tk ---------

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