In context to what has been written,
Living honestly and using licensed sounds according to their licensed agreements will ease your conscience and give you a clear report among others around you. You may not ever go to "court" but your "heart" is far from attributing the creator if you do not simply attribute and go by the laws. Honesty is the best policy for life,and practice and gets you places, obviously, CC 0 is the best way to go for you, there friend. (Coming from one in Audio Adventures and Sound Creator)
We, in respect to these creators of each sfx, must realize to respect the laws set up to protect and organize...for they are given for our benefit, and protection. Credit the creator, not in your "Heart" as one wrote, but wherein the license agreements are clear. Just facts from the Life Book and it always works.
Thank you for the kind words, DarthKaal. You are most exceedingly generous.
Not sure about talent. Probably the beer. Amazing how many bottles ya have to get through before you get the right pitch.
This dog's making a sound.
How would you synthesize something like that sound?
Wow, great work here, it sounds very similar indeed. And it has been made with a beer bottle (plus a lot of talent of course), how could I want more? Thanks a lot Diboz.
I'm still interested to know more about the original sound effect though, just for curiosity, if someone happens to know something about its creation. I'll be posting it here if I find any information about it.
Thanks, everyone. And Thank you AlienXXX, I do try to surprise.
I didn't realise what a fun toy/tool audiopaint is! I also messed around with some different file types as raw data in audacity, the results I've uploaded in a pack.
@copycat it's really interesting how the rotation affected the sound so much
@alienXXX nice! you really took it to the next level
Thanks for sharing these articles and this dare, it's really fascinating
I can tell you have been playing with different tools. - Also make sure to experiment with the options on file import into audacity (or other editor) when importing a file as raw data. Selecting between 16 or 32 bit, for example can make a big difference to the resulting sound.
Got it, and link was sent!
I am now trying to build a drum kit using copyc4t sounds.
Would be great to see others creating more sounds using the methods and software suggested do far, or taking some of the sounds already submitted and doing something with them.
Okay, you got a PM
I want to learn this, but I also would like to take you up on your offer and give you appropriate credit on the video I'm using this for. Just let me know what I need to do.
I've found a way that always works for me in Audacity, after selecting the portion to slow down and opening the plugin.
Audacity shows the plugin in a window that has a Preview button, besides the Cancel and Apply ones.
- I make sure the Stop button on the plugin is not pressed (greyed in the center)
- I play the Preview and wait until it finishes
- I press the Stop button
- I apply the effect
If Soundtrax has a preview button too, try this way; otherwise you can do it in Audacity, I assure you it will take no further learning since you know Soundtrax already, or my offer to process the sound for you always stands in the worst case
I'm tearing my hair out here. I highlight the area I want to affect, then >think< I'm applying it, but nothing seems to happen after I click "OK". There are no instructions and the online tutorials I've found so far do not apply to Nero, although the interface looks the same. It should be a simple task, but no matter what I do, nothing changes. I've occasionally gotten it to do it "live", but can never seem to repeat it nor apply it. Very frustrating!
I've just tried using them in Audacity; the trick is that, at least in Audacity (but probably the same happens with Soundtrax) I can't interact with the plugin WHILE playing the preview or applying it; but I managed to get tapebrake to work because it lets you press the stop button and it will stay pressed, before applying the effect.
Since the slowdown will start immediately, as the button is pressed already, if you want to make it happen later just select the part of sound to apply it on, say after 1 or 2 seconds, then invoke the plugin.
Of course these plugins are made with live usage in mind, while sound editors use them differently, but you should still be able to make it work this way.
Hey guys I'm making a Dance track and I need a sample of "Fire!!!".
The track has a military vibe so the "Fire" should be shouted as in a commander voice telling the entire squad to open fire.
Some few variations would be nice:
- "OPEN FIRE!!!!"
- "Kill her with FIRE"
Here are 2 pieces of the song, one with a vocal example (different text tho) and one clean!
With vocal example:
The song speed is 128 bpm and the key is Am
The accent should be either American or British and I first imagined a strong Male voice but thinking about it maybe a strong Female vocal might as well sound interesting.
I would be super happy if any of you could help me with it!
I must be doing something wrong. Not working
And now I can open it. Now, how the heck do I get it to work?
Well, I've managed to load the plug-in into Soundtrax, but when I go to the VST plug in tap, I can see the name of it, but it's not "available". Hm. Not sure how to get it to apply now.....
Not your usual sound, I would say. But would also not be the first time you surprise me Jeff.
PLease note samples of Pink Floyd tracks will not be allowed on Freesound as they are copyrighted material.
If anyone tries to upload any, they will be rejected by the moderators.
Hy to all! we are acidmoon, we make psytrance music since 12 years!
We are trying to make a rmx of another brick in the wall from pink floyd and we want to ask if someone have samples of this track, guitars,keyboards, drums ecc!!!
we take this chance for create a little soundbank collection of pink floyd music, that will be usefull for many artist.
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