that's gonna be tiiiiiiiiiight yo!!! hehehe.
I wrote this tutorial on how to loop sounds: http://www.fpsbanana.com/tuts/8862
(Note: you can loop sounds using goldwave cuepoints, but the above method is easier.)
Have you described your files after upload? Click the "Describe uploaded files" link in the menu on the left. Then they will be reviewed
I loaded a file up yesterday called "Compressed Air Cleaning" - its currently with the moderator for vetting - should be available tomorrow with a bit of luck - so have a look later under my ID.
thanks for this, but the file is locked .can you tell me the password? please
thanks for this sample, but i need a big pak from those
Accordingly There is a middle layer specification inside of wav files allowing the use of sample cycling. But if theres a person with a tutorial on how to use the feature I havent read em.
IE: When I am using matlab I am using the fft command which I now believe does not give me a practical histographic translation of sampled frequencys. Rather a double set of parameters one xaxis representing the frequency in question and yaxis the resultant amount of that frequency present. If someone was willing to chat about the aiff format or mspcm features I believe we could put a stamp on this question. Thanks!
I'm developing a commercial product for a smart pen and looking to use quite a few samples (well 100s actually). Freesound has quite a lot that I'd like to use and I am fine with attribution HOWEVER the device on which the product will eventually be deployed lacks sufficient space for attribution and I ALSO lack control of the deployment process to be able to flash up a credits page.
What I was thinking is that I would have a prominent attribution page on the product website and have an "about" message on the pen with a URL for people to go to for the product. Would this satisfy the CC attribution requirements?
I know its not ideal but I'm limited in my control and amount of information I can supply when someone purchases or uses the product so this I am looking at ways to work around this.
As an aside, I couldn't find any info on using the freesoundproject logo to link back to freesound, is this permissible? And also as an aside, while I say this is a commercial project its one I'll be lucky to break even on but I am keen to give back so would like to donate a percentage of any profits back to the freesoundproject. Is there a framework under which this may be done and advertised as being done?
Many thanks peeps,
Alphahog has recorded several versions ... http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=85398
.. but am find great difficulty in removing the background music
I'd like to use the quote from a movie, but without the backing music behind.
The quote is the first 28 seconds of this video... www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yqj1DhUKJco&feature=related
I have the audio from the video, but am find great difficulty in removing the background music, can anyone help?
( yes, LG is one of the moderators so he too can delete files )
Freesound2 "user can delete sound" will make all our lives much more easy
I could remove them if you like. Just let me know: are these preset sounds or sounds you created yourself? It is not clear, yet, to me.
I have just downloaded a record scratch sound effect. But when I go to the attribution page, nothing comes up. I downloaded the file by clicking on the icon in the top right of the page. I have successfully downloaded the file, so I don't know why the attribution page is blank. Is there another way to get the attribution details?
Maybe there is some lag between DL and it being added to your Attribution list. Trying click the link on the side, if you got to the attribution page form elsewhere.
What the attribution list will give you is the author of the sound file (username) with a direct link to the author's 'page,' and the name of the downloaded sound file along with a direct link to that sound. You can get all this information w/out the attribution page.
Also, do you need to attribute the creator of the file and the free sound project?
Thank you very much for your time.
Here is some information about crediting; from the FAQ section.
Happy Holidays to one and all here.
Eat,drink get fat,fall over and swear your going to lose the weight in the New Year.
But, above all make it happy.
ditto . People don't say thank you enough,so me, myself I, am saying thank you too
Oh what the Heck...All of London says thank you tooooooooo.
Ah...Just heard Cardiff crying out cheers and Glasgow says Ta!
hi guys i need a sample pack with sounds of compressed air/ spray/ aerosol/ air noise or something like this!
can someone find something?
I would have thought the samples do not actually infringe the Freesound rules. Therefore no need to remove.
Am I missing something?
Simply put this is not a large job and you do not need to resample any of that audio or change encodings, but to keep size minimal you uaght to look at using a good compression. I have written a script in python to use mplayer(a free trans-encoder) when you press the "i" key it writes the time into a file, this continues for as many pieces you've selected and then after the clips are done playing it splits them or cutting if you left a long space between keys into seperate files, I tried to mimic the use of apple's iDVD. But There software piss' me off. any way i recommend mplayer and a simple bash script to get this done.