excuse, is only so been noticeable to me :wink: ...cu
yeah ipods are fragile, but as long as you keep it in a case and dont dick around with it much it should be fine. ive had mine for a while and always have it with me, and it's in perfect condition.
although, just about a month after i got it, it wouldn't turn on. then it finally turned on, but there was a thin line across the screen, which went away in a couple days...
oh yeah and hi im lee thanks for the samples here
Do you only use .wav files? I am sure I have the Shakuhachi as a soundfont.
Hi Decavman, I use WAV, SDII, AIFF or MP3 files.
Thanks for your reply!
I Like the Idea of shirts. even donations but ads? nah i'm not feeling that (but i do understand the communites needs for a more space)
please try to keep the site free of ads even if it is a loved spot like google. if u let one in who's to say u won't start letting them all in? keep the site for the people by the people
sell us shirts YOU MADE. i'd buy for sure even if its 20 bucks.
but hey as the saying goes-ya gotta do what ya gotta do.
that shit made me laugh sonic
I like it when people get personal
Sonic running off with a blind mans collection tin at night
This is how I spend my vacations.
Me dancing at night....
me dancing .... in germany!!
hehe greetz everyone, i've been around the site a while but recently decided i need to get more invovled!
i don't have a problem with well-placed and designed google ads.
this site is very well put together so i imagine they wouldn't be horribly in the way if implemented, so go for it!
the HydrogenAudio idea is even better, reward people for doing the right thing
i put the simondsouza saxophone pack into a reason .sxt sampler file if anyone wants it. v nice range.
LS, the EP is based on a fictional character! we are all the most happy grinning pro plus freebasing lovejoys you could ever stumble into! honest guv.....
also used freesounds in another project which I'll post up when its ready....
i can't wait until one of these flash based PMP can record lossless quality. right now they all seem to do line in @ 128kbps mp3, not so hot.
a matter of time i believe. minidisc for me till then.
surely the bastard acid offspring of oliver postgate....
the sample > owkay ...
wow, strange job!
you wouldn't happen to have some nice recorded-under-water-with-hydrophone sounds to share with us, would you?
hehe welcome here! I'm quite new here as well... I see, you're a funny guy, no doubt we will get along with each other!
Oh, thanks Bram. Sorry, I wasn't aware of how things worked here. First post you know.
This sample has been 'around' for quite some time in the sonar community. My 'day job'is designing sonar systems, and producing records when I'm not doing that. I really am not 100% sure of exactly where it came from, but it has been passed back and forth many times among 'sonar people'. We like it because it sounds 'cool', and we generally can't hear most sonar signals due to the very high operating frequency most have. I'm quite positve there are no restrictions since it has been in the public domain for a long time. That's all I know. I know it's also posted at Wikipedia. No clue where it initially came from though.
We are producing a Geek Christmas Carol over at the Friends in Tech Podcast group for Christmas.
I need a sound that would represent the ghosts taking Scrooge from place to place..
Like a Whoosh or like Genie coming out of the bottle (on the Tv show) or something.
I am at a loss.....
Any help would be appreciated!
peter, it was in moderation!
I passed it right now.
where did you find this sample? did you record it yourself? did you get it from a place with compatible license?
I found an actual sonar ping sound recording, and uploaded it. I don't think it's posted yet, but the file name is Sonar_Pings.ogg.. I haven't uploaded anything before, and I'm confused because according to my profile I haven't uploaded it yet - but I did - so . . . um . . . ????. Hopefully it's just waiting to be posted.
This should be what you are looking for. This is an authentic sonar ping, at 625Hz. This is NOT the type of sonar a submarine would ever use (those are very high frequency active sonar devices, beyond our hearing range i.e. 100Khz and up) but this IS the type of sound I think you imagine when you say 'submarine'.
Hope this helps