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    Hmmm you should post this in the Sample Requests section

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    You're talking about the shower scene? If yes I could do it for you.

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    if you are talking the really old Mortal Kombat Games...
    Its not Copy righted anymore, unless its used in the Newer movies/Games..

    this is incorrect. copyright doesn't just stop working because something is old. most copyright is valid until 50 after the creators death.

    - bram

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    Hi! Is there someone who can help me find a voice who saying something like this: Heres comes the man, the myth...
    It´s to a show before I start to sing!

    Thanx!

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    pcaeldries
    Now there's a challenge. Feel like coming along I do not know the space you will be recording in but I expect it wil be highly reverberant. So you'll be recording in what is called a "diffuse field" with sound coming from every direction at the same time (after a while, depending on the reverb times). Typically the frequency response pattern of microphones changes drastically in the diffuse field. Drastic high frequency (5000Hz+) roll off is wat is seen. Intuitively I think I would go for a stereo recording with omni mics in a Jecklin Disc setup. Or use a dummy head with e.g. DPA 4060 mics. Seems to me this would counter the negative effects of the diffuse field (?). To be researched. A microphone with presence boost response pattern would be what I am looking for. Gefell have a microphone, the M960 which they market as being designed to capture "diffuse field" sound. I also suspect the positioning of the microphone will be of critical importance: hanging down from the ceiling, on a stand ? I would go for as high up from the floor as possible in order to avoid floor reflections. Maybe test using a carpet under the stand?

    Keep us posted here smile

    --Peter

    Thank you very much for the reply Peter. I know its going to be hard because indeed the place is totally reverberant.
    I would like to avoid use the Jecklin disk setup. The best from what you said is to go with the 2 DPA 4060's. I guess this is something interesting. The positioning of the microphone is highly important and as you guess i am going to try hang down the mic from the ceiling in order to capture the sound. But there inside there is a balcony across from the place i am going to put the speakers.
    Maybe a photo would be helpfull...
    How could i position the 2 mini mics if finally i do it with them?
    The main thing for me since i am not professional and my financial abilities are not that big, is to buy something that i am going to use it in several field and other recordings in the future. I am about to get the rode NT4. Do you think this would do the job for this project?
    Its going to be difficult, i am still looking for a licencse to get inside there ( priests think i am crazy smile ) , but i suppose its going to be worth it.
    Your help is warm appreciated.
    thanx again

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    cool...thx

    tro

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    Irothtin
    I need the sound effect from the Mortal Kombat games...where Dan Forden's head pop's out and says,
    "Toasty!"

    Are you sure that there is in the number one,
    because for now I only found it in the number 2 sad

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    Wish I read this few years back. I used to pit crew for a jet funny car. I know what your talkin' about though... I love that sound.

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    i was wondering is there a free program for mastering ....

    everything i make doesnt sound well so i read on internet about mastering is there any free program i can use for this?

    (thx for understanding ,bad english tongue )

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    I think you"r right cool ,
    but not sure

    Read that about:
    http://www.midway.com/page/LegalInformation.html

    I found the number 2 and 3 but not the first in the list...

    Else consider that sound illegal to use
    and send me an private message,
    I will put it anywhere else for now :twisted:

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    Thank you sir. grin

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    Dolf, if you write it down in Dutch I'll translate.

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    I've been trying to find a Psycho violin sound, like in the Hitchcock film.
    If I were I violinist, I would create it for what I'm doing then upload it to Freesound. Sadly I'm not, so I can't.

    Alternatively if I had an amazing orchestral library like this (http://www.soundsonline.com/EWQLSO-Platinum-Bundle-pr-EW-155PROB1.html) and had the skill to use it, I would do that. Again I am lacking on both counts smile

    I suppose the classic Psycho violin effect is a few Violinists playing together. At least it sounds like more than one violin to me.
    Maybe something similar is here in the database somewhere, but I couldn't spot it.

    I may be able to buy an effect, but I've noticed that a lot of the online sound effect libraries have annoying clauses. Also, so far I've managed to only use sounds from Freesound and things I have recorded myself, and I would be nice to keep it that way.

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    Now there's a challenge. Feel like coming along I do not know the space you will be recording in but I expect it wil be highly reverberant. So you'll be recording in what is called a "diffuse field" with sound coming from every direction at the same time (after a while, depending on the reverb times). Typically the frequency response pattern of microphones changes drastically in the diffuse field. Drastic high frequency (5000Hz+) roll off is wat is seen. Intuitively I think I would go for a stereo recording with omni mics in a Jecklin Disc setup. Or use a dummy head with e.g. DPA 4060 mics. Seems to me this would counter the negative effects of the diffuse field (?). To be researched. A microphone with presence boost response pattern would be what I am looking for. Gefell have a microphone, the M960 which they market as being designed to capture "diffuse field" sound. I also suspect the positioning of the microphone will be of critical importance: hanging down from the ceiling, on a stand ? I would go for as high up from the floor as possible in order to avoid floor reflections. Maybe test using a carpet under the stand?

    Keep us posted here smile

    --Peter

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    I recored a Sine sweep, in a basement with my Cellphone and it actually worked quite good, considering the quality of the CellPhone..
    Which Is the best I really dont know.. But try it out with different Mics you have, if you have some.. before buying a totally new one..

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    if you are talking the really old Mortal Kombat Games...
    Its not Copy righted anymore, unless its used in the Newer movies/Games..

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    Okeey im gonna try in my best German, and in English woot hehe

    Ehm.. du show mich die film mit ein example weird

    I suck at german LOL

    Do you know a film where it "happens" or a Theatre you could link us to as an example? smile

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    Hi all.
    I am going to make recordings of frequencies (sine tones, sawtooth, broen noise etc...) in a church which is built in a rock.
    Can somebody suggest me some microphone(s) or production technics?
    I am thinking of recording it by using one microphone but i dont know which one to buy.
    The room is not like a normal church its just the rock with no arcitectural built up.

    So which microphone would help on that? Any ideas?

    Thanx for reading

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    So I'm gonna assume that the street fighter sounds would be copywritten as well. Right ??

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    an artist walking on a rope above the ground. Don't now in english.