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    FreqMan
    Ah HA!

    So it won't take me 1 and a half days to listen to?...

    If it were true, it'd be an interesting way to fill up 2 gigabytes.

    rf

    BTW: Great set of sounds you just uploaded...where did the Awwwwwss come from?

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    Ah HA!

    So it won't take me 1 and a half days to listen to?...

    If it were true, it'd be an interesting way to fill up 2 gigabytes.

    rf

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    First hold down the ALT/OPTION key then click the download link (while still holding ALT/OPTION).
    Good luck!

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    digifishmusic
    This sound

    http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/samplesViewSingle.php?id=42171

    clocks in at 2236 minutes, impressive from a 8000Hz, 128kbps, 16 bit, Mono WAV file, 200 Kb

    propelling 'simple machines'

    http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/usersViewSingle.php?id=374574

    to instant stardom as having contributed the largest duration of sounds smile

    digifish.

    In case it wasn't clear...there is a bug and that sound is only a few seconds long.

    digifish

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    Blade_Runner
    I'm looking for a sound similar to a voice saying "aahhh" but airy, like a breath or a whisper, ghostly. Is a sound that appears in many horror films about haunted houses. I need it for some title credits in a suspense video production where the titles dissapears with a blurry fade out.

    I'm unable to find this sound in the database, perhaps I'm looking for it with the appropiate keywords. Can anyone help me? Thanks!

    any use?

    http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/packsViewSingle.php?id=2395

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    I'm looking for a sound similar to a voice saying "aahhh" but airy, like a breath or a whisper, ghostly. Is a sound that appears in many horror films about haunted houses. I need it for some title credits in a suspense video production where the titles dissapears with a blurry fade out.

    I'm unable to find this sound in the database, perhaps I'm looking for it with the appropiate keywords. Can anyone help me? Thanks!

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    The dust mask blimp is no match for the Santa Ana winds. We drove out of San Diego County's firestorms Monday. I actually saw the great smoke plume to the south of Interstate Highway 8. It was like what you would expect from a great bomb blast, a huge column of roiling gray and white smoke towering into the sky. Anyway, we stopped at a reststop in Buckman Springs. The wind blowing at hurricane strength without the rain. The restrooms were full of leaves and dirt. I tried to record the trees' racket, but got nothing but wind noise. No surprise, I suppose. Incidentally, my car, parked in a San Diego hotel lot overnight, was covered with soot this morning, and the air smelled of burning wood all night long and the next day. weirdhock:

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    I posted a digi camera sound this morning 23rd October (Tasmania time).
    Hope this helps!
    it's still in moderation but should be posted soon...

    cheers!

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    Does anyone know how to download these sounds via MAC?
    I have tried dragging & saving....
    I need help from a kind soul who WONT MAC BASH ME.....Please
    LZ :cry: :cry: :cry:

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    For some reason the "PLAY" button that use to allow you to hear the sample before downloading has disappeared or no longer exists...Is it just me experiencing this?

    Sorry if this question has been asked before, Im not extremely technologically inclined.

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    Is there anywhere I can download a free sampling program to my computer?

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    Hello im currently looking for some Cumbia Villera Samples. I like the shakers they use in the songs and would love to have a sample of the shakers.

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    Any takers located in France? smile Anything will do, Cafe, diner, etc. As long as the social setting is in a public space with clean dialogue not too discernable.

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    This made me laugh. :lol: I was trying to change a description and got this:

    This is a friendly error message:

    Fatal error when changing file description!

    :roll:

    How can a "fatal error" be "friendly".

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    Hi,

    I'm looking for the communication via the walkie talkie (radio) of the US army.

    Please assist.
    Thanks in advance,
    Mike

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    lillianlwu
    Dear all:

    Is there anyone can help me to have a very nice Digital Camera Sound with midi file and with length of 0:01 to 0:02 sec

    Thanks.

    Lillian

    As noted digital cameras don't have a sound. The manufacturer may add one...that will be a beep or a traditional SLR shutter mechanism or an SLR with electronic winder...for example...

    http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/samplesViewSingle.php?id=16071

    or

    http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/samplesViewSingle.php?id=24309

    http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/samplesViewSingle.php?id=23392

    So are you a generation that has never seen the real thing? How times have changed... grin

    digifish

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    well what do you mean by "camera sound"? and MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface), for your information, is not a audio format, it's strictly a information file that tells the computer or the hardware synth, for example, "play the note C3, with a velocity level of 100, with that synth patch". The synth or computer then produces sound.

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    I can make these drums.. but it wont be live really (Its live recorded, but I wont record it).. They will be made with a Program CAlled EZdrummer if your all right with that?

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    crk365
    has anyone tried a thick sock?

    Nice idea. A thick or thin sock (even stocking) stretched over some frame would work. It's all about a dead-air space between the mic and the wind. If the wind velocity is too high then you need some shock-absorbing (fluffy material)...all as transparent to sound as possible.

    BTW: I purchased (on the recommendation of a fellow freesounder) one of those inexpensive blimps from 'Cine City' ( http://www.thecinecity.com/ or eBay for http://stores.ebay.com.au/DV-Shop23 if their site with it's incorrect security-certificates scares you)...the blimp-basket is a bit flimsy compared to the Rycote/K-Tek blimps (the suspension and handle is fine)...but as I am the only (careful) user it's more than good enough, I am suspending a NT4 in it. I doubled up on the suspension rubbers as the NT4 is a heavy mic (easy to do as it shipped with about 50 spares in a pack)...

    http://forum.image-line.com/files/blimp_nt4_182.jpg
    http://forum.image-line.com/files/blimp_1_212.jpg
    http://forum.image-line.com/files/blimp_deadcat_170.jpg

    digifish

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    has anyone tried a thick sock?