hey im pretty new to this and i was wondering if someone could do a voice request for me
i would like it to be in a deep male voice saying: baby temp productions, you already know.
I was very surprised with this discovery myself. The card is of Audigy 2 series, moderate quality, I think (I cannot get exact info since it's in my home computer and I'm at work now). By saying "quality sound card", I meant compared to other typical sound cards you normally get with your PC.
Reade Truth (Planet E) guest DJ mix added to
According to column archives for 1997-2000--
--here's what I was diggin' this time ten years ago
(scary how time flies, but great that so many of the following
are still makin' me smile--especially as I recover from my
2 year old daughter having just attempted to make yet another
assault on my vinyl collection; I truly hope my son, scheduled for
birth in June, likes *listening* to vinyl more than his sister likes
throwing it around and dancing on it!):
01. Cristian Vogel--"Busca Invisibles" 2 X LP (DM Tresor test)
02. Anthony Shakir--"Tracks For My Father" EP (US Seventh City test)
03. Dan Curtin--"Spatial Relationships" EP (US Metamorphic test)
04. The Hacker--"Le Danseur Parfait" EP (UK Magic Trax)
05. Unspecified Enemies--"Multi-Ordinal Tracking Unit" EP (UK Counterattack)
06. DJ Jasper and Kit Clayton--"Detention" EP (US Cytrax test)
07. Todd Sines--"Null" EP (DM Background test)
08. Stewart S. Walker--"Jet Fuel And Longing" EP (US Belief Systems test)
09. Merrick Brown--"Crime Of Stealth" EP (US Tektite advance cassette)
10. Donnell Knox--"Mystical Illusions" EP (US Sonic Mind test)
11. DJ Godfather--"Aliens Got My 808" EP (US Twilight 76 test)
12. The Parallax Corporation--"Lift Off" 12" (NL Viewlexx)
13. Wolfgang Voigt--"Orange Red" EP (DM Freiland)
14. Various--"United Efforts Volume One - Interference Invention" EP (SE G-Force test)
15. Tim Baker--"Underground Authority" EP (US Elephanthaus test)
16. Various--"The Men You'll Never See" EP (NL Clone/C2)
17. Tekonivel (Mika Vainio of Pan Sonic)--"Gulab Jamoon" EP (US Tension test)
18. Steve Stoll--"Observer" EP (US Proper)
19. I-F--"Playstation #2" (DM Disko B test)
20. DJ Future Shock--"The Third Wave" 12" (UK SouthWest 20 test)
Great to be a part of this.
I can give the voice a shot if you'd like, but you'd have to add in the sound fx. Let me know
Hi Guys, newbie so be nice :lol: Looking for a voice request - would be good to have like smashing glass or gunshots or air horn in the back ground with the following voice shouting...kinda like a big intro :
" Real Rythmz in the house - are you reeeaadddyyy"
Can anyone please help ??
Which Sound Card (Manufacturer and Model) are you using ? Sorry If you've mentioned it already because I could not see it.
This is really weird behavior what you explained in last post.
Yup, sounds right to me. Thanks. You know, legal stuff can become rather confusing if you live in a country like Germany. I believe we have pretty much the worst bureaucracy in the western world...
it turned out more of a segue than an intro, but...
Okay, so I have the results.
Astonishingly, my quality sound card does a pretty bad job at playing either 16/44 or 24/96, or just at playing them in the same way. There is almost no audible difference between the original 24/96 and the converted 16/44. The problem with my sound card is that it plays 24/96 MUCH louder than 16/44 by default (which is weird), resulting in a seemingly much warmer and better sound. So, when I play a 24/96, it sounds very rich and warm and striking, but when I play a 16/44, it sounds silent and dull. So, my previous attempts at converting 24 to 16 were always successful, I just could not tell because of the card bug. Simply, the weird behaviour misled me. When I open 16-bit and 24-bit files in turns in my wave editor, the card sometimes go into the 'dull' mode, playing even 24-bit waves dull and silent.
Now, I'm on to find out how to fix the bug. The good thing is that I know that the card is capable of playing rich and warm sound. I just need to find out how.
Thank you all for your time and interest. I wish you love.
Gave it a shot, but may sound a little too hokey. haha
Gave it a couple of tries. May or may not be what you're looking for.
Thanks so much! Yes, it seems to have been Firefox. I used Safari and got a file I can play in Itunes.
Now, if only I could figure out how to make it work as an alert in the Mac system. I converted it to an aiff. Added "f" to the extension so it read "aiff" instead of "aif", like the other alert sounds. Took out all spaces. But it still won't work.
Any thoughts out there?
I personally don't think the attribution has to be in the video, but to be found close where the video can be watched. Compare to audio only, if you make a music track with freesounds, you won't add a bit of spoken word at the end saying: "this track contains sound x from y and sound q from z", you simply add some text to wherever the track is, like text in a description field or a legal section in a cd booklet.
What browser are you using? There have been several reports of Firefox being bugged so people coudn't download from freesound.
What's the filesize of the sound on your machine? It is supposed to be 1.77 MB, if it's 4 or 8 kB, something's gone wrong downloading.
If you ctrl-click the file and select "Open in..." > "More" > "Texteditor", does it show a bunch of random characters or does it look like it is readable?
If you ctrl-click and download the file from the following link, does that work? >download here<
My attempt at a simulation of a NASA rocket launch ... http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=71154
it uses a countdown by Jppi_Stu … http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=70986
The rocket is from here … http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=71023
Hi . . . I could probably do this for you. Any specific direction? Towards mic or away from mic?
... I gave this a shot, and maybe you can edit it to fit your needs:
I've added a rocket launch to the countdown here ... http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=71154
technically as long as your songs never make it HUGE you can use the sounds you want too, nobody said anything to ROTATOR for doing all the mash up work he has done, but still it's gov sounds It'd be iffy. Hah I'm sure Obama wouldn't mind but hey!