thanks for helping me.
Mike, Bram, Erdie,
thank you ...
I find out how it goes that ... I didn't know that I have to right-mouse-button click on word Download, that was mainly here.
I clicked with right-mouse-button there, where is for/to play and where is picture from sound and it didn't go, because it couldn't find Save target as SOUND FILE ...
... and not to click with right-mouse-button on name of sound, cause then you save the HTML document and not sound.
Thank you all guys for help,
I have to try, and I'll try further ... to find that sound, but I was without idea what to write more in search options ...
I have it - do you still need it?
Hey everybody....this is my first post on this forum...i'm new today....
I'm doin a sound desig piece for uni and need to use as many punch kicks and general kungfu samples as possible....
if anyone knows any links or anything it would be a great help fo rme to gather the amount that I need...
what an absolute legend. Nice one!
take your sound source. If you are after a sort of short-wave effect then filter the source high-pass at 300Hz and low-pass at 3800Hz. It should then sound like it is coming from a telephone. you could fade the original sound source slowly in and out over about 3 - 10 seconds to give it a feel of HF radio fading. Then mix in some of this
you could always wait till nightfall, turn your PC off and tune an am radio cross the band and fish for radio static - record that and add it in.
Hi, There are many great radio static sounds on this website but I was wandering if anyone had any tips for me?, I have a recorded voice over and am trying to achieve the effect that it is coming from a radio source with all the static etc, does anyone have any suggestions on how to achieve this many thanks.
Is there anyone that knows a gospel choir? is it possible they could record an extract (3 mins or so of singing) and then upload it to the site?
if anyone has a chance of this a vocal solo or some chords would be great.
Wow, it sounds "very british" and well understandable for a non-native speaker. Good !
Would it be useful to post other places stuff to index here?(that seem to permit doing so) One of the reasons I thought of this idea is the absolutely free orchestral instrtument samples hosted at
and also the G-town sampling project at
These are some excellent samples and the University of Iowa is freely posted while G-town uses the Sampling Plus 1.0 license.
Perhaps we could ask first or perhaps a moderated account that promotes and credits the author's works would be good? It would make FreeSound a more complete database but these files are available else where so I don't know. What od others think?
try playing her the sound of a baby crying...
Freg Man Thank you so much, THAT IS THE SOUND!!!!!
I went through my tapes today before coming on here and I also found it on the tape!, this is fantstic!
Im not crazy after all , the sound exists!!
That's just what I needed. I appreciate the help and your time!!
Hehe! Nice Dobroide...
Of course, don't forget to upload your recording! hock:
(Streety, apologies for the practical joke, I couldn't resist)
If you follow Bram's advice and do a right-click on the word "Download" and then left-click on "Save target as", you will also be able to choose where on your computer you want the file to go.
it is unlikeliy that you will find the whole sequence in just one downloaded file. You will have to assemble this out of serveral files. This requires some tools and sufficiant time to proceed. Do you fulfill this requirements?
is this any use?
Try to look for the downloaded file with the "look for files and folders" function within windows. Somtimes downloaded files were written somwhere in user - related subfolder where it can be difficult to find. This could be somthing like: "my documents" my music" etc. I cannot explain more details because I am using a different operating system. If the download process takes a certain time then i has probably been successful.