I'd like to know how the reverb of old school drum beats can be achieved. It sounds very natural and rich. Check this sample beat to know what exactly I'm talking about: http://www.mediafire.com/?x9yvjjdwox9.
I'm making beats digitally and I'm not sure whether it is achievable at all. I have tried many techniques and nothing resulted in a sound like that.
well you could try this it might work for you. it may not?
150+ KB/s from http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/data/48/sounds/48409__inchadney__side_street_II.wav
100+ KB/s from http://freesound.musipedia.org:3128/data/48/sounds/48409__inchadney__side_street_II.wav
300+ KB/s from http://188.8.131.52:50600/data/48/sounds/48409__inchadney__side_street_II.wav
so, it's definitely your connection.
here we go:
With some luck the download might finish in 24 hours ...
I also tried another link, same problem:
that's a bit low...
can you reply me the entire exact URL of the sound you are downloading? In particular I would like to know if the sound is coming from freesound or one of the mirrors.
Hi gang, while I'm at it, anyone got a good sound of heavy metal doors sliding closed?
Or something similar?
If you're still looking for a Kermit the frog. I can do a pretty good one.
Hi hope this helps http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/samplesViewSingle.php?id=50337
Its not great but you might be able to use it. enjoy
Hello, I am getting a download speed of 5 KB/s and there is nothing wrong with my Internet connection. Is that normal?
This device looks interesting and cheap too. Is there anybody who has experiences about it?
Good to hear from you.
Actually that was Kermit the Hog, a Sesame Street reject.
To hear more go to http://voice123.com/mikevendetti where the good stuff isn't free.
I have an Olympus WS-320M which is tiny, cheapish and fairly good sound quality.
Can't avoid a bit of a hiss, though.
Oh wow! I forgot to check this in a while.
Thank you all so much for all the files!
I'm busy getting the links from all of you!
You guys are great!!!
it's taken a while but finally the new freesound "massive" recording files are online. It took me quit a while to cut, edit and describe all 150+ sounds, but the
the outtakes with some great sounds by the director Henk:
the whole set:
Some of my favorites:
meditating and turning:
cursing in flemish:
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.