Crappy! Didn't change anything? You tried changing the buffer size and everything? Oh well, maybe there's someone else who can help you. Or it's possible you might just need a new card. Good luck with it, and Godspeed!
I happened on the site for the first time today; I've just started outdoor sound recording, using a Sony MZ-R50 minidisc recorder and for now a small powered Sony stereo plug-in-power microphone. I have what should be better, a larger battery-powered stereo microphone to try. Been daydreaming about building a parabolic reflector to be more selective.
Interests -- biology, baseline recordings to have some record of what a site sounds like now, trying to capture the frogs and insects and birds, knowing there are biologists out there who are developing ways to identify animals from such sound recordings.
Past interests include stereo movies, which were briefly doable with an early version of Mac OSX and an application called EvoCam. Haven't been able to make it work with later software, sad to say. Someday ...
I've got several recordings off youtube that contain intresting sounds. Take this one for instance. I've uploaded it here with permision from the author of the video to do so:
But what I want to know is: Is this allowed to even do this? How should I attribute the video if it is allowed?
I think you're good if you provide the samples in a directory structure similar to this:
That way you ensure that the author is getting the attribution he deserves.
So if you for instance want to use one of my explosion sounds then you would use the following structure:
That way you aknowledge my work and give me attribution.
Note that the dashes are only here to simulate the tree structure.
I read the "Please read before making a request" post and have tried deep searching but I can't think of the right keyword for a sound.
I am looking for a 'wah' type sound which is a bit like the one used in the new revision3 clips before their shows ...
Could anyone help me to figure out what the word is I need to use in my searches?
Thanks in advance,
No response, thank goodness, then my sleeve notes are accepted, I'm happy. If the download link fails you, use this one, http://www.megaupload.com/?d=MS4UUL62
and do key in the security letters.
Thanks again Freesound.
You can close this thread now. I will only repond to emails relating to this thread.
So I'm working on some hiphop, and I do need some bongo / conga rolls starting soft going into a crecendo. Anyone up for the task to record some, or knows where one can find these?
Do you think that i could find some recordings from other planets?
Oh yes, just an example but undoubtedly from other universe:
After listening to some of the links (thanks, by the way) with fresh ears, i was struck with how similar many are - in their processed reallity - to those synthesized over the years in the classic sci-fi movies and radio shows.
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thanks for all of your help . i managed to switch to asio 4all driver but no change in sound. thanks for you effort!
How its going?
Yeah, space's got no air =\ Means no audio.
In childhood, I always wanted to know, what would happen if you turned on some audio in open space or put off your spacesuit xD
Hmm PS Saturation Rocks,
A Bit Funny on the Volume Level. But a total hippie when it comes to the cool stuff,
tune to B +2 Octaves
Instant Chiptuney OldSkool.......Cool man. I Like! Muse Release Pak.
Okay, are you opening the offline settings with Cubase open? If so, have you also tried changing the drivers Cubase uses for sound? I don't know about Cubase 2.0, but in SX3 you go to Device-Device Setup, then you click on the VST Audiobay, and choose your driver from the dropdown in the top right. Change it to ASIO4ALL v2, and see if you get any love. If not, I think that's all I've got! Hope it works for you!
but, you may try this link also
Fortunately NASA makes sure most of their media is public domain... there are a bunch of sounds on their website in the multimedia section... also sheck out these:
Although technically not audio recordings, they are spectrographs translated as sound.
(space has no air)
There were some kind of microphones on some early Mars missions but either the mic didn't work or the probe blew up on launch pad. Recording on other planets is difficult due to the fact of atmospherics, let alone distance and cost.
I made a bunch of space sounds you might be interested in...
I wish they would put a microphone on another planet, most likely all we would hear is muffled or swishy wind noise for the most part, maybe some thermal vents or something... mostly quiet though... damn shame.
COLONIZE PLANETS NOW, stop the traffic congestion!
I created my first VST instrument and posted it at the archive.
This is version 1 (actually 2 but the first one was horrible). The link to all the sounds are there as well (or I could just put them all here and claim them as mine like the amen break...)
I am working on a new stereo one with all sorts of effects, filters and oscillators as soon as I can figure out how to do it. This is technically the closest forum category I could find to post this in (people looking for certain sounds).
I also have a human beatbox on the drawing board and many other cool ideas... stay tuned.
Oh and Happy 4th of July.. I will be recording some firewoks tonight if I can keep the laptop dry... damn rain (smells of English fog to me...)