I have made a radio show of one hour for an international radionetwork called Radia:
http://www.constant.irisnet.be/~sound/radia/, and about halfway and more towards the end I have used some sounds of freesound!! (which was great, because, this is an hour of new audio, all made in 2005 - and an hour is long...) It is more of a musicalized audio documentary, with an experimental touch. Anyway, I wanted to signal this, and also that you can download it - tomorrow (aaah yes, tomorrow, which is april the 26th of 2005)
I have put the following info in the metadata of the mp3:
This radio show was made and has been made available under a creative commons licence. At one part sounds from The Freesound Project were used: http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/. The samples are made available under Creative Commons, with attribution. I have used the follwoing samples, by Anton and Hanstimm.
Anton: pd_guitare.wav; Glass: This sample is part of an instrument. There are 39 samples in total named Glass A ff.wav, Glass G# mf.wav, Glass E0 pp.wav, etc. The range is from E0-E1, so this is an octave plus 1. This means the samples can easily be imported into your sampler of choice.This is an idiophone, a wine glass stroke with a iron bark (type of eucalypt)clap stick. This is only one glass, pitching was done by adding water,this also creates a pitch modulating effect, especially on lower FFnotes. Recording was done with Studio Projects B-1 condenser microphone. No processing; cat purr sneeze
Hanstimm: field-recording train; moped passing by; a sigh; Louisa had a bit of fun; laughter; dutch male speech.
Was this the idea?
I have also posted this on the Radia website:
Here is the download place -to -mo - rrowww!!!!!!
Anyway thanks Hanstimm and Anton...
Thanks for using my samples! Also, very cool that you met the conditions of the licence in the way you did. I think your solution seems ok, but im curious if anybody else has another way to attribute correctly.
btw pd_guitarre was only slightly remixed by me, so if its still possible to change I'd say its fair to credit 11h11: http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/samplesViewSingle.php?id=292
Ill be sure to check out the show tomorrow
and, I really like the pd guitar sample (it's a bit of an earworm, aanstekelijk)
(aaah, yes, you are right, you have made it more loopable... tss. I will credit 11h11)
(It was very late last night when I finished everything)
For the glasses, chapeau, that is very very well done..
Crispy clean, and very thorough.. I like that.
We (because i did this with two classmates, Arjen & Jeroen) did this for a school assignment at my place. The assigment was to sample an idiophone. We then later had to analyse our samples and use additieve synthesis techniques to recreate it.