I've got the Microtrack and i'm loving it. Alongside with the standard Mic i've got an OKM in ear set and an Audio Tehnika ATR97 - it's a very well working combination for recording fields as well as closeup sounds. Successfully used it for making game sound design and whatnot.
Best price / value spread i could imagine.
I'm looking for a good quality sound of those new kind of car remote noises, when you press the button to unlock or lock your car... you know, it's like 'chee chee'. I haven't been able to find anything like that, but then again I'm not sure exactly what to search for. Anyway, thanks in advance if you can help me out with that.
Hahaha!! They have a real passion for recording!
You could always fabricate the sounds of explosive diahhrea.
There's an old story among the tour guides at a certain haunted house / bed-and-breakfast which tells of a tour given, and in one public room which shares a bathroom with the rented room, interrupted by the sounds of a guest having... violent bowel movements.
No one took the tour seriously after that, and no ghost sightings were reported. Fun story, though.
Caution!! Sound recording can be not healthy
does this use freesound samples?
if so, the license demands you put a list of those samples on the page...
going to listen now.
Posted; A morning drifter and a demented wiggler.
A re-edit of and more fleshed out earlier posted track I now call Lakota and a new one which bends and folds and drops you off a cliff and then gets you caught in an updraft called Stir in Friqwasi.
Both made with Reason.
Give em a listen.
I like the idea of that, but i would rather a rehearsal demo, for a sort of background ambience that slowly breaks into the rehearsal itself. something i can splice around, but thanks for the help you provided.
there shall be no illegal file exchanges on freesound, thank you.
It's about the inclusion of a freesound sound in a GPL licensed project.
please!! has anyone got a digeridoo handy? anyone handy with a dig? whichever way you put it i could really use one for a theatre project.
I work for a radio station and often need to achieve this effect... What I normally do is use a BP filter so the source is nice and tinny, then apply a grungelizer or some other digital distortion effect until it sounds crunchy and right.... Hope it works for you too
don't know any choirs, but if you drop me a line I have a nice programme that builds choirs... We could find a way to get it to you...
Welcome to Freesound.
I got a pack of weird screams, that could be used for kungfu, but i don't know if you are also searching for that or just hits and kicks and stuff..
thanks for helping me.
Mike, Bram, Erdie,
thank you ...
I find out how it goes that ... I didn't know that I have to right-mouse-button click on word Download, that was mainly here.
I clicked with right-mouse-button there, where is for/to play and where is picture from sound and it didn't go, because it couldn't find Save target as SOUND FILE ...
... and not to click with right-mouse-button on name of sound, cause then you save the HTML document and not sound.
Thank you all guys for help,
I have to try, and I'll try further ... to find that sound, but I was without idea what to write more in search options ...
I have it - do you still need it?
Hey everybody....this is my first post on this forum...i'm new today....
I'm doin a sound desig piece for uni and need to use as many punch kicks and general kungfu samples as possible....
if anyone knows any links or anything it would be a great help fo rme to gather the amount that I need...