I'm sure someone here could do a mix of parts of these two recordings to give you what you need
Im looking for some old spaghetti western Clinton Eastwood from the movie "good, bad and the ugly wah wah sound (or whatever had made those sounds) guitar licks, human vocals, flute sounds somewhere around under 10 sec or so. Also it would be very appreciated to hear from you guy's from freesound to make some hilarious vocal waves from the below descriptions. Any suggestion is also welcome.
Well here some links what i'm talking about.
Im also looking for some "power ranger" chorus sample of human vocal singing "go-go" or something close like "move," "speed," "run," you'll get the idea.
Also looking for a (update is optional) sample,.. that is close to the old 1951 tv show "I love Lucy" theme intro.
Any reply that close to this would be nice and thank you.
Also like to thank, "LG" and "soundhead" for giving me some directions. :wink:
Wonder if this will record bat sounds directly (up to about 80kHz).
as long as there is no brickwall antialiasing filter
Such powerful filter makes you hear good sounds. Without it, you would be bothered with strange low frequency rumble from hell.
Anyway, 1bit/2.8MHz sound gives you inaudible but sensible beautiful harmonic overtones. Try it yourself. I think you can understand this, ermine.
I need a wav of "Santa" saying "Merry Christmas hohoho" and a few jingle bells in the background ASAP, just a real short wav, we play it each year after my kids go to bed and they run down to see Santa (they really think they do) and find full stockings but we lost our tape we made! Please help!
Wonder if this will record bat sounds directly (up to about 80kHz). The high sampling rate sounds good, as long as there is no brickwall antialiasing filter
Any hard-disk spinning noise?
Only when it starts spinning, yes. Once it comes to level flight, you can hardly hear any noise.
I recorded some music instruments today, and was convinced that this is the 'next stage.'
Everybody was content to compact cassette tape twenty years ago. Now, few people want it. Similarly, I don't feel like going back to ordinary cd quality. 1-bit sound is too good. You can 'see' any detail.
and here's my remix
this was a fun quickie project
first post on the forum, need to introduce myself
hey mike many thanks i got that!!!
don't know what the hell i was thinking, just got a bit confused with all the tags and stuff, many thanks for your help
The way I do it is:-
RIGHT click on the word "Download"
Then, LEFT click on "Save target as" (Internet Explorer)
or "Save link as" (Firefox)
thanks a lot for posting your impressions! Any hard-disk spinning noise?
This recorder really looks sweet, although it may take a while to get out of Japan, let alone reaching Europe! Couldn't even get an idea of its cost in Froogle
For those that didn't hear before on the gadget:
forgive me if this sounds stupid, but how do i actually download a sample?
i am logged in but for the life of me, can't figure out how i actually download a sample, any help is greatly appreciated!
My first 1-bit recorder, KORG MR-1 was delivered today.
Sampling rate is the same as SACD --- 1-bit/2.8MHz.
The sound is just astounding. It has ability to describe atmosphere.
I note some of my impressions.
compact, robust, amazing sound, affordable price, nice display, easy file transfer, and more.
hard drive system (flash memory is easier and faster to use), operation (almost the same as notorious SONY MD Walkman), built-in battery (you can't use removable AA batteries, so you need to charge it the day before,) and much more.
My evaluation rating is 7 out of 10. Not bad, but I believe other company will make better ones.
Im looking for sound effects that would be good in a blooper reel. specifically the beep beep thing that happens after the snap of the clapper thingy "which would be another good one" :lol: also anyone saying action and or cut would be funny
What kindof jingles are you looking for Peter?
Hi my name is peter and i'm from Holland. I have a radiostation "radiomusicland" and i was looking for some jingle stuff. And then i came here WOW it's fantastic here. Thanks fore making such a great forum!!!
Grtz from DJ Peter! www.radiomuziekland.nl
Ok, that sounds great. My email address is email@example.com.
EDIT: the forum doesn't seem to allow symbols. so it's "mussash6" followed by the "AT" symbole (no spaces) then "yahoo.com"
Yes, but my image takes a hammering with each one!
Yeah, I can't seem to load these in any other players, but I tried converting to 16bit, and they seem to work fine, if you have an email address, I'll send you the whole pack converted, and you can take a listen. (The quality of the actual samples is quite a bit better than they sound on the freesound player).
The muffled ones haven't been added yet lol, you must have been listening to the old ones. I'm not sure what's going on with that.
If you give me an email address, I'll send you a zip w/ all of them though. It shouldn't be too big when they are converted to 16 bit mono (they were recorded mono anyway, not sure why I have them in stereo)
EDIT: zip is about 655 k
The sounds you make are yours to decide what to do with.
If you post sounds on here, as long as you're letting people freely use them under the license their put under this site that is fine. Sounds featured on this site people have to credit to you.
Maybe you could make it so that people who pay on your site can use your sounds royalty free where they don't have to credit you or pay further royalties then whatever they paid to get your sounds. That could be a way of distinguishing fairly between the two. Some people really would rather use sounds without crediting at all, so if they pay a little fee you charge that might be a fair balance. If you go this route don't state that the files are public domain if you want people to credit or purchase them, because this could confuse some people thinking your sounds are free to use without payment or crediting you.(I hope that made sense) I think it would be kind of unfair though to say files that you've posted as public domain are no longer public domain though. YOu could always ask for donations for releasing these samples as public domain samples though. And for new files you could make some that are buyout royalty free files and for ones you feel like putting on freesound, as ones that have to be credited and follow the sampling+ license.
Ultimately the sounds are yours. People will be grateful for whatever you offer on Freesound even if you charge for different versions at your own site.
Hope some of these ideas help.