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    I also just uploaded some samples of bongo & conga rolls, samples, short grooves, etc. 24bit/44,1 stereo. Some are also with reverberation and bongos with vintage reverb simulation. I also tuned lower and higher - bongos are both lower and higher tuned in the same sound clip.

    At ca. 50sec. you have a classic crescendo bongo roll I think. Otherwise you can add some "fade in" to increase the crescendo effect on other rolls.

    Check here for all sounds: http://www.freesound.org/usersViewSingle.php?id=170972

    Bongos here:

    dry: http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=57297

    wet: http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=57298

    Enjoy!

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    that's because you are one of the few lucky enough to be whitelisted. wink
    ssssh, don't tell anyone there's a whitelist wink

    even though you might be whitelisted - if the file didn't process correctly, it won't show up.

    - Bram

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    Bram
    all uploads are moderated.

    we're experiencing some troubles with sound processing right now.

    so, moderation will lag behind a bit.

    stay tuned.

    - bram

    I was under the impression that once you uploaded 50+? files then you moved to post-upload moderation? I haven't had to wait more than 10 minutes for my uploads to appear for about 2 years.

    digifish

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    121 sounds
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    all uploads are moderated.

    we're experiencing some troubles with sound processing right now.

    so, moderation will lag behind a bit.

    stay tuned.

    - bram

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    mab
    Great! I have a pair of 3032s as well (mine are used in a Jecklin disk), and have the (excellent but cost more
    than the mic) Rycote system. I'm about to buy another pair of 3032s and will definitely look into this. Just to confirm,
    which model micropuffin do you have?

    Thanks again

    -matt

    Greetings, this one...

    http://www.micover.com/store/product_info.php?cPath=21&products_id=29

    however contact them when you order and let them know what model mic you need to fit and they will sort it out.

    digifish

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    I think there is an issue with the site as I have uploaded the same files twice in the last 24 hours and they have not appeared (unless you are moderating all uploads?)

    digifish

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    A couple of us posted about problems with uploads over the weekend (on the Freesound project forum)-These now seem to have been corrected smile
    But I've just noticed that the box with the number of downloads of my uploads has frozen since Jul 11.When I go into these I can see that actually several Freesounders have downloaded them since then.
    Anyone???..............it would be good to know you're aware of this.

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    Hi,

    welcome smile

    In the case you will one some files from here it would be nice if you could write a short commend about the circumstances. Of course, this is not a must ..

    Regards
    Erdie

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    more space sounds links -

    http://www.nasa.gov/vision/universe/features/halloween_sounds.html

    http://www.esa.int/esaSC/SEMLAJWO4HD_index_0.html

    http://www.svengrahn.pp.se/sounds/sounds.htm

    sounds from Jupiter
    http://science.nasa.gov/headlines/y2004/20feb_radiostorms.htm

    an interesting discussion on the subject
    http://www.unmannedspaceflight.com/index.php?showtopic=1093

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    NASA's 1999 Mars Polar Lander had a microphone on it, but it crashed.

    The French are going to try again.

    Here are some relevant links

    http://sprg.ssl.berkeley.edu/marsmic/sound/marsdata.html
    http://www.physorg.com/news70900952.html
    http://www.planetary.org/programs/projects/planetary_microphones/mars_sounds.html

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    I feel this experience is very much “music concrete”(sorry wrong spelling)…I mean…beyond the tagging of “music….” when I read the post, and it´s reply by ERH…just got the image you are telling about…I was about to ask you to upload the sound, but the point is …that, it sound by the words. enough to me.
    Great Experience.
    Rfhache
    (I have just realized that I logged as FannyLH)

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    My name is Scott, Born December 1970; I own and run a 750 sq-ft recording studio in my spare time. Work as a manager for a corporate IT department in the daytime.

    Interests include, but not nearly limited to:
    Audio recording and production in studio
    Field, Live and Clandestine recording
    Microphones
    Typewriters and Printing technology (including the very old)
    Computer technology
    The history of humanities use of plant drugs
    Beer

    I'll post some pictures sometime. Check out some of my sounds if you like:
    http://www.freesound.org/usersViewSingle.php?id=230160
    .
    .

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    Hi!
    For Second Life, wav files need to be 16 bit, 44.1 kHz, mono and less than 10 seconds (less than 10 seconds, so 9.999 seconds is fine, 10.000 seconds fails). If you need longer files, you'd have to check out several LSL functions. I've never done it myself. For additional help, I'd also suggest joining a LSL group and ask there.

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    I uploaded the clapper! It hasn't been de-convolved, doesn't need to be to work as an IR. This has made my job so much easier smile

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    368 sounds
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    After having the same problems as you guys my files seem o.k now.

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    Neverman
    Hello!

    I'm a german student and i need the sound of collywobbles, but i can't find anything...
    Please, can anybody help me?

    Thanx,

    Neverman

    Here's some collywobbles (air in the stomach).Hope you can use this Neverman

    http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=57167

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    sooo does any one play second life here then?
    well i do and i love it.
    wil sl play theses wav files?

    i am a buildr in sl and own a shop feel free to pop in im in teal court
    just of the coast of littleblue island sandbox.

    i have not long opened so dont expect much smile

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    I was looking for a dry clapper however, it seems that you don't even need to de-convolve clapper & starting pistol type impulses, just load them straight into your convolution processor. I think some EQ and shelving before you use the impulse makes a difference though. Does anyone know of a way to process an impulse 'live'? So that you can hear the output as you process the actual impulse input.

    I'm getting some pleasing results with the first clapper I've found. Not a particulalrly great reverb but it'll help to fit sounds better in the mix (or screen). I'll upload one later for you Bram.
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    Uploaded, awaiting moderation. Hope they're good enough to use! Sorry it took so long, had them recorded but no time to upload on the weekend.

    EDIT - Thought I'd mention, if they're not good enough let me know, I've got a friend who is much better with percussion than I am and I'm sure I could coax him into doing them.

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    welcome to freesound smile

    - bram