Robotic variations of Sagetyrtle's performance ... http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=92009
The description "water rolling around in a pan" makes me think of a sound like a Tibetan singing bowl (found several video/audio examples on YouTube) - may have to try converting that sound into an impulse response file myself just to see...
thank you. sagetyrtle and timbre.
Powerdown ? slowing clock ?.
[ A bit cliché.]
yeah, 'cause it works so well;P
I HATE youtube for its sound quality.
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This is more like a 1907 car trying to start ... http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=90764
[ A bit cliché.]
I'm trying to applying that watery effect as a kind of reverb that can be used for any instrument like glockenspiel, for example.
Make a second identical glockenspiel track and apply reverb and Random Pitch Modulation to it*, then mix this effected track with the original.
[ * maybe add random wah-wah too ].
Hey my Friends,
since you are always so helpful, I thought I'd ask here.
I have now built a multiplayerserver for my game and when playing online each players turns have a timer.
What do think would be an appropriate audio-signal to tell the player the time is up?
A voice saying "Time up" or could you think of a beeping/signaling sound that one would associate with the ending of a Timer?
I know I'm kind of vague, but I myself am not sure what I am searching for, I hope you get my meaning!
Thank you for all advice you may give
Heh... I'm already well acquainted with many of tonehammer's libraries, including waterphone, but thanks Thing is, I'm trying to applying that watery effect as a kind of reverb that can be used for any instrument like glockenspiel, for example.
1970's cars with big engines like Ford and cadillac trying to start up
Late 1970's cars with big engines trying to start up.
... I'm really interested in is the way sound bends a bit when water is rolled around a metal pan.
I'm new to convolution/impulse response stuff and freesound, and I'm wondering if anyone has tried recording impulse response samples using a hydrophone? Or making impulse responses to help simulate a water-like sound? I'm looking to find a way to create some kind of underwater filter/convolution reverb that would give a synth pad and other samples a very underwatery, but clear sound... I suppose I could try taking existing impulse response samples and trying to manipulate those to acheive a similar effect, but one thing I'm really interested in is the way sound bends a bit when water is rolled around a metal pan. Anybody tried something along the lines I'm talking about or have ideas on a good approach?
I might not have searched freesound hard enough, but I'm trying to find either a little girl or boy saying the timeless,
"Nah Nah Na Boo Boo" taunt.
If anyone has any samples or knows where it is I would be eternally grateful
Too late but ... http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=90182
Well, the proximity effect does not occur with omni mics, so if you observe the effect while being close to the mic, you can be sure it's not an omni
However, it could well be a cardio, and that's still pretty wide, so you'll likely get reverberations from farther away recordings.
Weird thing however I once noticed, I was recording a ringing cell phone in a special sound booth, but we couldn't get it to sound like it was 'far away'. We had several meters inbetween the phone and the mic, but it sounded like it was much closer. We could only get it to work when I held the phone behind my back, I actually had to stop the direct sound.
Yes, with the sidenote you can't license it under any lower license, for example a CC-BY license is too weak, since the Samples from here are not to be used in advertisements. So a minimum of CC-BY-NC is to be used. So a full copyright is allowed.
"INCOMING TRANSMISSION....(2 sec pause)....Download complete!" ... should be A female computer voice!
Here is the link.
If you've got a mic which is a similar size to a Shure SM58/Beta 58A or Audio Technica AT8010/ATM10a, I'd be happy to make you a big friendly purple fluffball, I've got loads of extra material.
Thanks a lot, that's sweet. However, I use a Sony PCM-D50 and that is a little bit more complicated. Anyways, I already started experimenting with foam and general fluffiness and I'll post some pics soon in the "what's in your bag" thread.