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    Use these sweep log sound:
    - http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=23132
    - http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=11

    try to play these sound throught a cd or player
    anyway anything that is upper than 8kHz will do...

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    I just finished a new track titled, “Daily Transit,” which I composed to demonstrate the art of sound (Concrete Music). It is entirely composed of my field recordings with the exception of the organ and drum beat. If there are some sounds you cannot recognize as being “natural,” it is because I have remixed them a bit to compliment the beat of the song. The link takes you to ccmixter. Recommend it if you like it!

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    Hi Everyone.

    I have been searching for about three hours now for a relevant sound that I can use for part of an intro to a show we are doing.

    The sound I am looking for is something that will highlight the swinging 'n' on the knife at the end of this motion graphic:
    //208.68.104.119/fiddlehead/intro.mov
    I've tried boings, springs, jaw harps and everything else under the sun and I can't seem to get something that works. All of the sounds are too vertical. I am looking for a 'sideways swinging' noise if that makes any sense.

    anyway if any of you pros can look at the graphic and suggest something that works well, I will be forever grateful.

    Erik Kafrissen
    erik@wiw2u.com

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    Sorry I never played that game, but if I needed a crescendo like that I might take a sound (like possibly the hiss itself) and record it with a wet reverb and delay on it, then flip the file backwards. It might work better with a sound other than the hiss and then add the hiss sound at the end of the file.

    Hope that helps.

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    we just uploaded a couple of sounds...and we had fun. ""
    Thanks

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    I'm quite sure you're suppose to make the "cut" yourself. All your going to find royalty free is certain instruments and/or drum loops.

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    You probably need the latest Flash plug-in. Do check Adobe's Flash Player page to see what version you have installed and what version is the latest for your system.

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    I haven't logged in for a while, but I can't get any of the preview samples to play. Do I need to install something?

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    I don't know exact dates yet, but I will let you know when I have better information.

    I could post info here for everyone to check out.

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    Hi, Guys. I'm cutting a spot for a OpenCut contest and I was wondering if anyone have the "right track" or happens to know of a royalty free site, please give a hand. Thanx!!

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    Fun! I did some stop-motion long time ago, with Lego bricks. It was hard and took very long, so respect to you.

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    juskiddink
    Hi slimeskull,
    Not sure of course but what about these?(two of several)

    http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=57623
    http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=58354

    Hi Juskiddink-

    Thanks for the suggestion -- those are kind of along the lines, that is, kind of metallic and droning. But the particular sound I'm after is more of a hiss and a crescendo. I re-posted my request/question in the request section by the way.

    Much thanks,
    Slimeskull

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    Hi all,

    I think I originally posted this request in the wrong section, so apologies!

    I'm looking for a sound that's fairly tough to describe. I can only barely describe it as a slow explosive crescendo, or slow fill, or slow corrosion. It's for an intro title sequence, and the sound should come in slowly and quietly, only to crescendo into a kind of hiss. The only comparison I can make is from an obscure 1980s reference for an Apple ][e game called Ultima, where the title slowly gets filled in with the sound crescendoing in the background. Does anyone have a clue as to how to find something that sounds like this?

    Much thanks!
    -slimeskull

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    Hi all, I suspect a problem with one of my tweeters, anybody recommend a test that can be done or a sample/test cd available and what synptoms to look out for.

    Any infor appreciated
    cheers

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    Hi slimeskull,
    Not sure of course but what about these?(two of several)

    http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=57623
    http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=58354

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    Hi there,

    I just finished new animation using a digital camera, a tripod, Stopmotion Pro V5 animation software, some clay, Moviemaker and ..
    some soundsamples from the freesound project . Also some royalty free music from imcompetech.com

    Its about a clown ready to take-off is makeup. I wont tell you anything more, just watch it!

    A short animation I made to better my technique and to have some fun. I hope you like it as much as I had fun making it.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvLayr1bpo4

    Comments are always welcome!
    Cheers grin

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    Hello I'm Groeneg from Holland,

    I just joined because I needed some sound samples for an animation I was making. And instead of browsing the internet for some samples, probably illegal to re-use, I found this site.
    I think it is just great. grin

    After reading some posts here I do agree with a lot of Q&A about the fact that if one uses more than just 1 or 2 samples, the list with acknowledgments will be impractically long. So I got an idea. Maybe it could be realized to make it possible for users to register a list of sound samples with a reference number. So in your final work you acknowledge Freesoundproject with Ref number ###.##.
    On this site you can than lookup the reference number and voila the long list is shown.
    Its just an idea weirdhock:

    Until now I only used 2 samples so net yet a problem!

    Cheers
    Groeneg! smile
    http://www.youtube.com/groeneg
    http://i1.ytimg.com/vi/hlqfM46AwfU/default.jpg

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    MCCPRadio
    DJ iFish

    Hmmm. Someone encroaching on my Trademarks, time to get the lawyers out smile

    digifish

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    Welcome. You may want to post this in the Sample Request forum...

    http://www.freesound.org/forum/viewforum.php?f=8

    digifish,