Hello;I'd like to thank to all who sent reply.But streety is right.I really want external sound.For the time being I'll use the sound which acclivity recommended.Again thanks to you all....
Once you have found the sound file you want on the website, just click the "download" link. You only need to use FTP when you want to upload sounds.
What if you can't find the download link, is there another way to download the file?
To download a file you always need a link because there is the adress of the file on the server.
Without it you can't have access to it.
This may be an old topic, but I liked the idea.
I've composed "Printer Noise" and uploaded it to www.archive.org/details/Ashrilyn
At the moment just the flac and it files are there, but once their server updates, it should have MP3 and OGG versions. (And yes, once it updates, it will have my mention of the Sampling Plus 1.0 license, the sample used, and Melack.)
I used Modplug Tracker to compose it. I used its cutoff/resonance instrument filter, and I used the Classic Reverb VST.
I voted "attribution", "attribution-noncommercial" and "public domain" depending on the sample. It might be confusing to new users, but better they learn a little now, if it spares them a law suit. I have not yet uploaded sounds to the web site. When I do, if I have the option, my uploads will be public domain. I would rather sound itself were public domain, but I'll opt to leave it up to each individual contributor. They may know something I don't about the laws. I am worried that a sample could be uploaded as public domain, that is later used commercially and becomes locked under the restrictions of a copyright. Things have gotten so bad in that arena, it wouldn't suprise me if a law suit could be negotiated regarding something along the lines of, retroactive copyright infringements. I hope that is just my uninformed paranoia. Again, I don't know the laws but it apears big $penders make them up as we go along.
Thank you so much for these samples. The various expressions are greatly appreciated. Some very odd and neat effects with them too.
I hope I can manage to put these to use somehow. Of course I'll let you know when I do
I'm a longtime devotee of this fantastic resource but have only just had the confidence to contribute. The idea, the site, the comraderie, the expertise, the sheer pleasure of logging onto TFP & seeing & hearing the latest sounds & music is fantastic. I've gained so much information & enjoyment, I can only say THANKYOU. & long may it continue. Peace. troutstrangler.
I'm not a professional, and my project's GPL, and by that commercial use should be allowed so it can make its way onto Linux distribution CDs and such. If some sounds of fire and gun clacks from Freesound are keeping me from doing this because of a silly license, then it's ridiculous, and shouldn't be called "free" sound in the terms of free speech.
How many people though that sounds were free at FREESOUND? How many Freesound sounds are being used now without a decent attribution...
Wrote a couple little tunes while i've been on vacation, the newest "Madrid" contains samples from users Dobroide and 833-45. The rest are from field recordings I made myself while on holiday in europe. The hi-hats in Madrid are actually made from one of dobroides bird recordings.
ok, i've uploaded a bunch of timpani samples. hope you like.
each drum (i have two) was sampled at 3 pitches (larger drum: F, G, A; smaller drum: B, C#, D#)
each pitch was played at 5 positions (edge, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, center)
and each position at several velocities from very soft to very loud.
i didn't split the velocities into different files (it was already 30 files) so you'll have to do that, sorry
also i have some rolls and modified hits, and a few special sounds: playing on dents in the drum shells, rolling coins on the heads, and my personal favorite, 'bowing' the heads with a superball mallet. the combination of timpani and superball creates some truly bizarre and unexpected sounds, quite different than either of these items can produce alone...
Ohh yes, he is an exellent speaker, too !
The official Acclivity Fan Club is now underway
haha, sorry to hear it was off the audacity site - but glad you found a solution..
Welcome to Freesound!
You've brought tears to my eyes. Bless you all.
martypinso said: As an artist, you have to make sure that what is said by the prayer is what you think it is and that it's not insuating something you don't want.
I think this is the main thing an artist should be concerned with. If you're crossing cultures - know what something means before you mix it.
This site has examples of how things can go wrong:
ok, calm down, we didn't make the program, so its not our fault!
Firstly - where did you download it from - was it from a site we (I say we meaning freesound) provided or did you search it. I have personally downloaded this program and there was no such report made on my computer.
Secondly - are you sure its a pest? I'm guessing it was your firewall that made such an alert, it could have just picked up a rogue file that Audacity uses and your firewall might have thought it suspicious!
Well i just clicked on the link in your "can you recommend a good audio editor" FAQ. The link took me straight to Audacity and i downloaded it from their Kent,UK mirror. The pest was picked up by my pest patrol monitor. I didn't check the details of the pest, just deleted it and this caused the installation to crash.
Its ok though I googled a good editor called wavepad which I used to create my sample, so problem solved. I have emailed audacity to see if they know what the hell happened.
Sorry about the angry faces.
my first post! I would like to say HELLO to all!
the full package of Madtracker comes with a dozen or so nice vst plugs
also in there a decent drumsynther, Drumatic
But I do find myself using SR-202 ,working around bugs
in the software
tweakbench, yeah... TB 's yoink is fun
for suggesting sfz
I also belong to the Acclivity's Fan Club. His sounds are a treasure and his attitude sets an example in the site.
Go on, Mike!
I think I, and everyone on freesound owe a big thankyou to Mike (aka acclivity) for his commitment and effort into the freesound project.
I fully subscribe your post and enroll acclivity's fan club
I believe the term is “defense” lawyer..
Sorry... I am the victim of a tragic condition which causes me to speak mispelled... (see I did it again... it should be misspelled) as a consequence, I also type that way.
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You're in it now Streety...
Like my mom always says - "few good deeds go unpunished"
In Streety's defence - Audacity is a great program - especially if you need one for free. A legitimate copy has no nasty viruses or pests, and will not take over your computer like realplayer or microsoft.
now i'm confused...i need a defence lawyer now?