You're most welcome.
That, my dear Karla, was alphahog being a goofball.
Thank you for requests. I also found this one magical and useful:
Or perhaps this can help as well:
Freesound has mostly sounds not songs.
Not to sure what im after, but im working on a ww1 area biplane game thats got fairly cheesey/comical graphics.
So im after a few fanfare tunes and id like to get some sort of theme music happening too.
thats exactly what i need!!!
keep them coming im very very grateful
This should work out nicely.
Also you may want to sample a single hit from this recording by Schalkalwis. That's what I did.
Like high pitched strings hits? Or more of a low dramatic prhrase like this one? http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/samplesViewSingle.php?id=45654
I've heard that Acapella-Heaven is relaunching soon...this time with .co.uk, so that would be my recommendation.
I know that's a really unhelpful description but I need the sound made at the end of horror scene (or spoof) before the adverts. You know the sort - the man with a knife creeps into the apartment of the single women and just before he does someting bad you get the de du der music and a commercial break.
I have tried searching but not got anywhere - any help would be gratefully appreciated.
There are many samples of church bells around here already, but I am looking for separate high quality recorded SINGLE HIT church bells - from large to small - with nice attack and full decay - closely recorded if possible (I mean not from the street - but in the church tower)
umm... what was that?
Im looking for some portable recording equipment I could use to record my voice i.e. narrating poems , stories etc and any other happening sounds around me.
Is there a good entry level piece of equipment any one here could recommend ?
I want to try and avoid any hiss or static like background you get on things like dictaphones .
Good God, thank you so MUCH! I was looking for that such a long time! Thank you guys. Both of you.
you guys should look at:
Some watermarking schemes are (somewhat) robust to compression like mp3, mixing and distortion, but of course none is perfect.
You should also look at "fingerprinting" which is kind of the inverse. You fingerprint audio (your sample) and then later you can recognize the audio again in another context.
They kind of flap as they open and close as theyre quite thin usually pm if you can help cheers
Yes, if people know what you'd like to have said, you might get more takers.
cheers bram and sy.
got the beasties ones a while back tho. wanting more charty female vox if i can.
beggars can't be choosers eh? lol
Frogs, thunder, rain, babbling brook, birds
See my problem is I can't decide between a stereo mic like the AT822 or SP-TFB-2 binaural mics. I want to record frogs, thunder, rain, footsteps, etc. in stereo for listening on headphones, in the car, in a stereo and can't decide which would be "better".
I believe there is no 'right' or 'wrong' solution to your question, it's rather a matter of taste. You'll get decent stereo results with any of them - provided that the source is close/strong.
But I'll point a not unimportant difference, hopefully this may help you to make a decission: single point stereo mics (like the AT822 you mention, or Rode NT4) need to be placed carefully in a tripod or similar and left alone to do their job - while you keep an eye on them, obviously. In contrast, binaurals may be set up like a single point mic (static, watched), but can also be carried attached to you (ears, glasses, bandana, whatever) and record while you walk. One can even forget a recording is being made. In short you feel very free - and stealthy - recording with binaurals, whereas... well, you cannot be of the shy type to use a single point mic Hope this helps.
this is a fucking awesome idea. cool