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
Maybe the very start of this ... https://freesound.org/people/Timbre/sounds/252286/
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.
Have you tried to search https://www.freesound.org/search/?q=crash+drop&f;=&s;=score+desc&advanced;=0&g;=1 ?
A Google search brought up this selection of sounds, which you might want to look at:
This sound is also quite good, and you could add a larger thunk/switch sound to it:
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...
This became the joy of many people
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.
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!
I usually does at the end of the clip, but sometimes it I share it on social media I just write on the post...
Ah! I mis-spoke. Meant to say the Battle of Orleans.
A credit button, with a plain list, seems a common solution...
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.
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!
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)
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
-Link to the sound if possible
E.g. One way to write it:
"Wind, Synthesized, A.wav" by InspectorJ of Freesound.org
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.
Need a sexy girls voice saying "kaylon, call me. Come over"
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.
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.