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    A good example is in the video game quadrilateral cowboy; in the tutorial level of "heist planner" you hear this sound when you move on to the next area of the tutorial

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    Maybe the very start of this ... https://freesound.org/people/Timbre/sounds/252286/

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    Thx !

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    I do still need the sound, and I did try searching it but it's a few mild crash sounds, but mostly crash symbols. The most success I had was searching car crash sounds, but still nothing that I could shape into what I need. Thank you for your suggestions so far, but I'm still searching.

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    Have you tried to search https://www.freesound.org/search/?q=crash+drop&f;=&s;=score+desc&advanced;=0&g;=1 ?

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    A Google search brought up this selection of sounds, which you might want to look at:
    https://freesound.org/people/efellow/downloaded_sounds/?page=2

    This sound is also quite good, and you could add a larger thunk/switch sound to it:
    https://freesound.org/people/xtrgamr/sounds/321420/

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    I didn't read the last bit so I did it.
    do you still need the sound
    also it may have hit a bird on the way down, and a family...

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    This became the joy of many people

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    I need the sound of a small appliance being dropped. i mostly need the crash sound. As always i don't actually need someone to do this i just need a comparable crash effect.

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    does anybody know what I'm talking about? It's like when you turn on a TV or stereo and you here a loud switch THUNK followed by a sort of 60Hz hum that fades out quickly.
    Please sample this or at least tell me what you call that!

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    I usually does at the end of the clip, but sometimes it I share it on social media I just write on the post...

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    Ah! I mis-spoke. Meant to say the Battle of Orleans.

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    A credit button, with a plain list, seems a common solution...

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    Bit of a late response, but better late than never.

    If your app has any initial loading screen with some logos, you could put a quick 1 or 2 second screen following the logo with a list of the sounds used.

    Or you could add a small "credits" button on the interface, which shows the list when pressed.

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    pyro13djt wrote:
    I got it. I'll upload the file here. PM me and I can direct you to it if needed.

    Can you do me one please? I need a female voice sample saying "triggerbeats...", as one word, with an emphasis on 'trigger' and then saying 'beats' more softly after.

    Would be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks

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    Defining "Noncommercial" is not so trivial (http://mirrors.creativecommons.org/defining-noncommercial/Defining_Noncommercial_fullreport.pdf).

    For monetized youtube videos, it's a good idea to not use CC-ND or CC-NC sounds/tracks. Some people will allow to use their CC-NC sounds in youtube monetized videos, but you probably want to ask first. (Some people/companies sometimes intend "noncommercial" as http://us.blizzard.com/en-us/company/legal/videopolicy.html)

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    How you credit is really up to you: either in the end credits or in the description (whichever you find works best) or through any other method, just as long as you do give the appropriate credit:

    -Name of the sound
    -Author's name
    -Website name
    -Link to the sound if possible

    E.g. One way to write it:
    "Wind, Synthesized, A.wav" by InspectorJ of Freesound.org
    http://www.freesound.org/people/InspectorJ/sounds/376415/

    Or if the author suggests another way, you could use that.

    Ultimately, as long as there is some form of credit, you should be good - I would hazard a guess that, for the majority of users, the thought of crediting won't even cross their mind - so you're already doing good.

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    Need a sexy girls voice saying "kaylon, call me. Come over"
    Thank You

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    Generally, it depends on many things.

    If you used some sounds which have the "Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial", then you aren't allowed to use those sounds for commercial gain unless you have permission from the author.

    It could also be that you used a sound/song from elsewhere which was copyrighted (particularly as you mentioned a 'song', so this very likely might be the case), which would thus have nothing to do with this site.

    There is also a very rare chance that some sounds uploaded here were actually from another source in which the sound was under copyright.

    If you could give a link to the video, that would help to figure it out.

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    OK so i shoot Youtube Videos. Few in any of the hundreds of videos I have uploaded to would have needed anything from this site, but now I find myself shooting a video (it is based on wheelchair width and how people shovel their sidewalk) and I an think if I can find some oohs and ah sounds here, I would be able to use them in certain parts of the flick. Now understand, I plan to, if the weather agrees to get a good 30 hours of Video, to make a 4 or 5 minute voice over flick. I would credit the sound creators the proper way, but should I
    a) do it in the credits at the end of the clip
    b) post it the Video Description on the video Sharing sites I am on
    C) all of the above.

    A little more information, I am making this as a Public Service Announcement Video, so I plan to send it to our local newspapers, our city and the local Police site.
    As an very experienced Video Editor, I use Sony Vegas Pro on Windows side and KDenlive on the Linux side of my Computer.

    When I make it, I will revisit this post and post a link to the Youtube page, where I will post it as Unlisted.