Thanks for doing this, it is a very clear recording.
No problem. You will need a rimshot or drumstick on drumstick about 0.2s after my last tap.
Six shots from a (vintage) handgun ... http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=34708
i'm sure lot more sounds here in the freesound database are living in some major productions, they just need some more recognizations
keep catching ! and best luck
tommy / suonho
Sorry.But im looking for ¨Das boot¨ voice.Can somebody help?I have bin looking too long for this sound and i can not found it.If anyone can send or post a link it will be a great.THX.BTW: Sorry for english. ops:
This is actually awsom!!!!!!
I love that site, lots of noisy bent and distorty stuff, and fuZZ this is one of my Favorites as well
Thanks for doing this, it is a very clear recording. I will give it a try with the guitar
I have the Hitler speech plus a few soundbites from John Lennon (interview about LSD amongst other things).
One of the best resources can be found here: http://hq.andrewshuttleworth.com/hq/2005/01/famous_speech_a.html
I checked out the link suggested by chipfork
That has tons of historical recordings and they seem to be in the public domain
Should be a WIN there?
This is a question really, rather than a useful response, but this seems a pertinent place for it.
Famous speeches must be common as muck if one's prepared to rip them from the TV or DVD etc., but I assume that one or another media company owns or licences the copyright. When does the copyright run out? Do we have to wait 50 years or something before we are free to play with them legally? Since modern reproduction techniques vastly outperform the quality of most of the originals, and any current copies are Nth generations away from the original, unless tracks are watermarked, who is to say what has been reproduced from where and who actually owns it?
Not trying to stir up trouble Acebandge, but genuinely interested. I like the idea of history being totally in the public domain, but modern life seems to favour everything being somebody's, or some corporation's, property.
look up, you'll see Profile: click it and you'll have your profile page. (if not, click before on your username)
at bottom you'll find the Avatar control panel: here you can upload from your machine or from an url on the net.
read the rules about format and size, upload an image and here's your avatar!
and now... contribute with some good samples of yours!
time ago a new tag was used in freesound, "global-village", to identify samples of different languages
Hello, everyone! Nice forum, nice discussions!
Can you, guys, tell me how i can upload an avatar so that it could be displayed with all my posts? i'm just newbe in using forums and can't find this feature here.
P.S. i'm sorry, may be i'm posting to the wrong category, but i just want to use all features of the board.
I have this project due in a couple weeks which requires six shots fired in rapid succession from a handgun, preferably a .22 caliber revolver. Anybody know where to find one?
Im a little new to this site, but I have some recordings of the Apollo moon landing, John Glenn "One small step....", "Houston we have a problem", etc... They are in the original quality which was alittle scratch for the time.
Im trying to learn how to upload here.
Try this - a very good site for historic audio & visual downloads.
I wanted to share and discuss something here with you. I wrote down some thoughts and built a rough prototype of an idea around field recording and geo-tagging. This is heavily inspired by "soundmaps" such as the one here at freesound, that's why I consider this posting "on topic"
The idea was also triggered by the capability of the FiRe (by Audiofile Engineering) Field Recording iPhone application, which lets you save geo tags with your recordings (apparently you can't actually use the data yet, but it's a first step). With FiRe, you can also save markers, either manually or every N seconds. So I was thinking: wouldn't it be a great addition to field recordings with shifting if geo location data would be saved with every marker that is being created over time?
What do you think? Are there any examples like this out there?
No pc is too old! (even oldies control MIDI!) But,
If you don't want a mac then a Sony Vaio would be a good buy, or even a budget Acer that supports 4G SoDimm probably a built in Nvidia Card (not like the desktop beasts but still a nice video card) The video card will handle most of cubase's menu ram matters a little but its your GPU the most, Also if you load windows you can use readyboost and give yourself an extra 4 gigs of virtual cache memory, And then disable hibernate, set your cache paging file size, and set your pc to use more RAM for foreground programs, I used a DELL Inspiron for a while with 2 G of ram max and an intel core duo 2.4 (a ittle slow but settings matter alot). Just make sure you can use the pc like it's nicely handled, and stuff.... you should be okay,
Mad Tracker for Tracking,
Audacity for Arranging and simple uses.
Mad tracker and Audacity both support the use of VST.
Never mind but thanks for looking anyway, does any body else have any clips from speeches? doesnt matter what language but ideally in english, also it would be good if it could be kind of energetic and uplifting, like a speech made before a war or someting would be good.
Thanks in advance