Cool, I'll check 'em out, NoiseCollector. Thanks!
I tried to cut as much of it out and sounds like crap to me but you may find some surviving remnants in some of these sounds:
Excellent! Thanks Robinhood!
Radioheadish drumbeat, relaxed. for a quiet song.
You can have credit on finished song.
Hi there im looking for a noise similar to what Jodie Foster hears in the movie contact when the satallites pick up signals from outer space.
Have a listen, I hope you like them and I would appreciate any comments!
see my last uploaded samples, wind noise will appear soon
Visit http://www.worldofstock.com/search_pages/mic.php this may help you.
Does anyone have any decent samples of wind noise on a mic? As little other ambience as possible - just the wind noise.
This has been surprisingly hard to find!
can someone make me a wav snare sound like bless the fall's o A Day to Remember's? i made one but it sucked...\m//
If you use the advanced search you can type in the number of a sample, or you can simply use http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id= and where it says id= put in a number.
If you wish to skip around pages you can use http://www.freesound.org/usersViewSingle.php?id=XXXX&start=XX where id= is the user number and start= is the number of the sample on that page relative to how many that user has so for example start=1 is page 1, start=15 is page 2, start=30 is page 3 etc. You can of course put in whatever number you want, say start=500 if you want to jump directly to that user's 500th sample assuming they have that many samples.
I found it a bit complicated at first sight, but well worth trying.
http://www.myspace.com/ahardcoredinglerollthis is my music/noise
i obtained samples from VEXST,RHumphries,Freed,plagasul,jenC
there are more i belive,when i find the names they will be given credit
i love that porrige song
I'm wondering if there's a way to browse samples by page number or sample number, instead of going from 1-15 then 15-30 then 30-45 etc. etc. Any help?
deleted it for you.
I believe this was replied by both me and Xavier Serra, MTG's director. Freesound will never charge for content. In the future we *might* charge for other things, but we will never charge for content. I.e. you will always be able to use freesound, download and upload sounds, for free.
One example of commercial usage could be: if we make some kind of way where companies can access Freesound's content via an API, we might charge for commercial usage of this API. For example, say that there would be a freesound browser inside Cubase, we might charge Seinberg for allowing this. This is just an example so you understand, not a real example!
Both Xavier and me firmly believe that charging for content is an archaic way of thinking about media that will soon go the way of the dinosaurs.
Happy 2009 to everyone.
Hello, I'm a new user.
I'm looking for the possibility of renaming or deleting my first upload:
Zeefdruk, Utrecht, printing office - Processed EMH002.aif