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    Bram
    karla, take it easy with the forum posts... wink

    - bram, moderator/amin

    Sure thing bram but I was only updating my post thread and we now only need a male rapper no female singers or rappers are needed at the moment unless you got something that is amazing so
    funny to be added onto the soundtrack. Then yes it's welcome, if you can make people laugh out loud
    come on with it. :wink:

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    sagmaw
    hello guys...just a silly question; does it accept line-level input/s or is it purely mic-level? i'm thinking of getting one from b&h once it arrives this april. i couldn't find any specs of it accepting line-level. 800USD isn't bad for a 4-track recorder. i sure hope that it can accept line-level though.

    thanks!

    mark

    It does both.

    digifish

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    In my Opera browser there's a little box that appears over the Freesound link - 'Have you freed your sound today?'

    Yeah, I like that slogan. So FreeSound becomes Hyfyst? weirdhock:

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    Agreed with dobroide, should be relatively easy with KAE. Find it here: http://www.kreatives.org/kristal/

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    perhaps try audacity?

    I don't know if it allows, you could try to save them in 4 channel wav an upload them as such, freesound SHOULD support multi-channel wavs smile

    - bram

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    karla, take it easy with the forum posts... wink

    - bram, moderator/amin

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    We're still looking for male lyrics part. smile

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    Guy's please check your PM and thank you but i'm still looking for additional help on this one.

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    Hi,

    it should be pretty easy to load the two tracks into any multitrack editor, align carefully, then cut these parts out (?) I have tried this with Kristal Audio Engine (free) and it worked, very straighforward. Hope this helps.
    D

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    Hello, fellow Freesounders! I cannot tell you how much I enjoy recording for this site. It's a great hobby. I'm particularly gratified to be contributing to the work of artists who are inspired :idea: to combine these sounds in original works. More power to you all! :!:

    As a retired teacher, I'm using my audio blog to encourage other teachers to try broadcast journalism and radio dramatics as supplementary lessons for English (and other language) instruction. That curriculum, the foundation of two low power radio stations, has been effective for 30 years!

    http://writinginstereo.podbean.com

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    Hi

    I'm Patrick, born in June 1990, I'm from Finland and been making various kinds of music styles since 2001, basically electronic music. Studying audio/radio techniques and working in a local radio station.

    What I really like about the Freesound project is that you collide with very interesting and inspiring audio files here, and Freesound has everything from drum loops to field recordings. Freesound is unique and the best. I have uploaded few dozens of files here and gonna keep doing it.

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    Hi,

    I luv music and audio and am here to help out wherever needed.

    I think what you are doing here is great, please keep it up!

    AP

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    Be The Wumpus is an audio only game I made.

    My game is here. http://bethewumpus.sourceforge.net/

    It requires linux, and some sort of usb game pad, like a Logitech Dual Action rumble, or similar.

    I used one sound from freesound, a heartbeat, this one:

    The file 32857_zimm_heartbeat_regular_trimmed.ogg is a sample from
    http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/samplesViewSingle.php?id=32857
    aka "heartbeat regular.wav" by freesound user zimm:
    By zimm (http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/usersViewSingle.php?id=122210)
    heartbeat regular.wav (http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/samplesViewSingle.php?id=32857)

    The rest of the sounds, I recorded myself, those samples are CC licensed as well though, and all the sounds
    in the game are here:

    http://bethewumpus.cvs.sourceforge.net/bethewumpus/bethewumpus/sounds/

    The ogg files are tagged with the "artist", license, and copyright stuff as well.

    -- steve

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    hammerklavier
    Micro---check the Global Village uploads..

    I've already checked it - but I haven't found anything more appropriate than you, truly. No Irish and no Scots, for God's sake, at such international project..
    If not Irish or Scottish, can I at least find anyone who speaks Cockney? Probably not - the search is silent - that's what makes collaboration impossible..
    Anyway, thanks for paying attention - I appreciate your concern.

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    The Zoom H2 internal 4-mic capsule allows for several different polar patterns which, combined with its signal-processing capabilities, give the H2 the ability to record 4-channel data that can be authored into 5.1 surround.

    These tracks are stored in one folder and in that there are two stereo recordings, one of the front and one of the rear microphones. These tracks are then called, for example, SR001F and SR001R.

    Well, and sometimes these need some cutting, becuse if I start the recording and walk from the recorder, I don´t want my steps to be heard.

    So is there a programm for just that task, which makes shure, that the two stereotracks are still parallel?

    On my first recordings : http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/samplesViewSingle.php?id=43722
    and http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/samplesViewSingle.php?id=43723 you can hear me at the beginning and things like that shouldn´t be there.

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    How about 'Freesound, Echoes of freedom' (or the catchy Freesound EOF for short).

    Kinda has a post apocalyptic/neo futurist vibe to it I think, and fits in with ting's being free, public and for all smile

    My two cents anyway.

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    Hi, http://pdsounds.org will probably shut down ( http://www.pdsounds.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=32 ) and when you introduce the public domain as a copyright status option, it would be good to import the 350 sounds which are there. The files are already tagged, so it would be cool if these could be preserved and imported automatically, without having to upload them and describing them manually.

    If it is possible to auto-import or directly infuse into the database, tell us what you need. For example, would you be able to make use of a zip, which contains all the sound files and a text file, in which every odd-numbered line contains a file name and the next line contains it's tags, separated by commas?

    If there are Drupal/SQL-know-hows around, maybe you could point me to some sql-tables-to-text exporter or something like that?

    If there is no way of doing this, Stephan said that he would be able to slowly import all the files, I would help him, maybe some others too. So if you're afraid of breaking your database, we'll find a way.

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    I'm glad you're finally doing this! smile

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    No Scots and no Irish here? Sad sad

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    First time poster here, long time browser, love the site and sounds you have all created. Anyways looking for a pack of aahs (having a tough time searchin for them). I found the dramatic aahs, but am still looking for more to create a cinematic intense effect with my videos. Any other packs around that I'm just not seeing?

    thanks in advance!

    Chris