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    Maybe it's just me but this sounds like a commercial company using freesound to ask for free voiceover! I hope they have at least made a reasonable donation to the freesound project....

    Cheers

    David

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    Sorry, I just thought when you said you would post some stuff up in a few days you meant more lines.

    Cheers

    David

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    hi,

    its like 'A' as a word and 'bit' which mean computer smallest memory blog.
    both in one go like A-bit.

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    hi,

    its like 'A' as a word and 'bit' which mean computer smallest memory blog.
    both in one go like A-bit.

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    hi,

    its like 'A' as a word and 'bit' which mean computer smallest memory blog.
    both in one go like A-bit.

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    Can you say how you pronounce "Abit? UH-bit (as in what); AY-bit (as in way); A-bit (as in bat); AH-bit (as in baa); any other way?

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    can i use acclivity's version in a track? And if so, what credits would u like to have?

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    Hi All,

    We need a welcome message for my company so we can record it into our EPBX. It should say :

    "Welcome to Abit India Group, Please dial desired extension or wait for operator. Your call may be recorded for quality monitoring system "

    I hope some one can help.

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    How much of what? All of the lines I have smile

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    Hello AudioArtist101.
    It helps to say which operating system and browser you are using.

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    http://www.freesound.org/legal.php

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    Sorry I am new to all this... I would like to know please if I am able to put some of the freesounds on my music C.D. I play the native American flute and other wooden flutes and create relaxation c.d.s for sale...As I have never used sound effects from the web before and only just had my flute playing on the c.d.s ...I would like to know if I can use the freesounds? It is my understanding also that I put the freesound website on my c.d. covers.. Do I need to pay licence fees or royalty fees etc to use some sounds.?

    As I said I am very new to all this and don't want to do anything wrong.

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    Everytime I right click on a file name to download it, it only shows weirdave taget as" and it saves it as an html file. I cant seem to just save the wav file. someone please help.

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    I really enjoyed that. Its not going to win any Oscars but you are a natural storyteller and the approach to the telling was great. This is an excellent documentary. I had never thought of this type of use for animation and the mix of cgi and real images was excellent. If I may, the only criticism I have is that in my view, the duration of the numerous black/blank screens was a little long. It actually left me wondering if there was a problem with Vimeo or the video.

    I also agree with juskiddink, the narration was lost to the background on rare occassions, particularly with the classical music portion.

    Cheers

    David

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    Youtube video of spectrogram ... http://www.youtube.com/user/Photosounder?blend=2&ob=1#p/u/0/C0isGVHPIKQ

    (also converts photos to sounds ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8MCAXhEsy4 )

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    shona096
    thankyou for such valuable answers!

    Im a degree student doing a 'freelance' project, i found myself drawn to the shapes of sound and the invisibility of sound yet it being so powerful. Bringing to life what sound isnt, such as colour and physical form.
    Im still researching though so, i guess theres no point in it as such.

    I couldnt really decide on what sound to use, i considered the word 'silence' and am now considering silence itself hence, the inaudible samples.
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    You're very welcome, cool question. smile

    Actually, sound does have a physical form, and you can see it if you look at the cone of a speaker whilst sound is playing through it. smile Perhaps some kind of installation which plays sound inaudible to human ears through a speaker cone so that the cone moves silently?

    Or how about the sounds which traditionally are disregarded before and after more "important" sound events? Like the hush after the music stops but before the applause, or that sound you get when the needle reaches the end of the record but nobody picks it up, or the sound after you push the lift button but before the lift arrives?

    You may be interested in John Cage's 4'33". smile

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/4%E2%80%B233%E2%80%B3

    The fabulous Reinsamba has an audio recording of a slug munching on a lettuce leaf which may be of interest:
    http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=72755

    Your project sounds interesting, good luck. smile

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    http://macaulaylibrary.org/help/ravenViewer/index.do

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    How much more is there?

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    thankyou for such valuable answers!

    Im a degree student doing a 'freelance' project, i found myself drawn to the shapes of sound and the invisibility of sound yet it being so powerful. Bringing to life what sound isnt, such as colour and physical form.
    Im still researching though so, i guess theres no point in it as such.

    I couldnt really decide on what sound to use, i considered the word 'silence' and am now considering silence itself hence, the inaudible samples.
    smile

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    shona096
    Hi, I have searched ultra-sound ,inaudible and things but not quite getting what im hoping for. Is it possible to create an interesting waveform pattern through various frequencies inaudible to the human ear.. like what would appear to be a silent song/ sound?

    What is Ultrasonic to some is not to others ... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Mosquito

    shona096
    hope this makes sense, i am looking for the visual behind this and using this silent shape for an art project.
    I dont know much about sound, so if all you'd get is a straight line waveform as it were, then let me know.
    thanks for any help to this random question smile

    Spectrograms are pictures of sound, e.g. a bat ...
    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/ae/Keoka_pip_spectogram.png
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Keoka_pip_spectogram.png

    It would be possible to have a spectrogram of ultrasound, (i.e. sound frequencies above 20kHz).