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    Thanks for your reply!

    Yea i think you're right. Easy listening is a good guess. I check out some cd's, but if i decide to buy a cd, then i have another question. Can i use the in my movie, which will be public on the internet, without doing anything illegal? I mean.. isn't there some rights for the tracks on an easy listening cd?

    I'll keep searching, but if anyone recognize the music in the videoclip in the link, then i really look forward to hear from you! If you know any artist who makes this kind of music, then it would also be awsome to hear from you!

    Btw the track needs to be as long as possible. A length for about 3 min is ideal, but 1½ min. is also good!

    Thanks
    Fembakker smile

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    It kind of sounds like you want sort of a lounge and chill kinda style of sound huh, like easy listening and stuff, how long is this piece your doing? And Uebershall released a Sample CD called Easy Listening, it might be on that. But it may be better just to make a unique (sort of) one so it's a little different. It reminds me of some of the backgrounds of cowboy bebop.

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    Hello out there! smile

    From a week ago i watched a videoclip showing a feature for an awsome Doom 3 casemod. The background music is pretty nice and has a mood that fits perfectly for the film project i'm working on at the moment. The videoclip can be seen on this link: http://www.fembakker.dk/blastdoor.wmv

    I'm searching the track on that clip if any of you have heard it. I remember that i've heard exactly the same piece of music in a movie trailer, but i cant remember which movie. If no one seems to recognize it, then it would be awsome with some music sounding very much alike the background music in the clip. Some music with drums, bass and a few el-keyboard chords or something else. grin

    I appreciate your help!

    Best regards
    Fembakker

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    The graph seems to have an error...

    http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/searchTextSimilarityGraph.php?search=magpie&searchDescriptions=1&searchTags=1&searchFilenames=0&searchUsernames=0

    thanks for the hard work keeping the site up smile

    digifish

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    You can do this in 2 ways either by flash or by javascript. Depends on what you want to achieve.

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    thank you very much, i was a bit stupid not thinking of it...

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    I guess... i could put them in the desc, but then i don't know if they would remove them, or keep them in?

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    mkoenig
    I uploaded 14 files of which i made 13 (rejected?)

    I am curious as to why they where rejected.

    They came from free-loops.com a website i own and i made the loops with either Reason or Fruity Loops using no samples?

    One was questionable as it was a pd clip of George Bush talking on the iraq war

    Can someone help me here? I was trying to help and the whole process took about 30mintues?

    Would it be useful to the moderators if there was space to add notes when you upload sounds?

    ?

    digifish

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    Simon_Lacelle
    I think you should add "Right click, save target as" left to the Download button....that would save us alot of useless threads.

    http://img222.imageshack.us/img222/7361/rightuy3.th.jpg

    Agreed, it even catches me out from time to time smile

    ...but what about mac users weirdhock:

    digifish

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    I read this again...

    http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1209&highlight=licensing

    I can see there is a spread of what people would like.

    The licensing conditions of freesound are not all that clear, I am constantly getting emails from people who want to use my sounds who don't understand what they have to do.

    I upload sounds in the knowledge that I am contributing to a large database of Creative Commons License sounds. I'd actually be happier if it was a public domain library. All I'd like in return is that people who use my sounds commercially, or any significant way let me know and (if possible) let me see how they have been used.

    I realise some people want to retain the right to license the sounds to users in return for $$$.

    I think the download process or the page that holds the sound could help out here. A 'download for commercial use' button or something could be useful. This would contain instructions and ask the downloader to fill in some details -

    The owner of the sound would have the choice of setting the nature of the sound in the database (free license or attribution non-commercial). Some flag would show on the sound page showing what type it is. There could be a button to start the licensing process...

    License sound

    The follwing text appears in a dialog -

    You are free to use this sound for commercial purposes provided the following conditions are met

    If the owner has set free-license: 1. You complete the following (this will be sent to the Author for their information).

    Your name & Organization:
    email contact:
    Planned use of sound:

    if the owner has set CC license: 1. You must complete the following, this will be sent to the Author, you must obtain their permission.

    Your name & Organization:
    email contact:
    Planned use of sound:

    2. If credits are possible that you credit Freesound & the Author as follows:

    ...this would show the 'attribution data' as currently is generated for the attribution list.

    where credits should appear -

    mp3 song: credits on web page (preferably) where you host the mp3. Failing that add the credits to the mp3 information.
    a song on a cd: credits on your liner notes.
    a podcast: credits on the web page where you host the podcast has the credits.
    a video/movie: credits in video credits, and if needed on the website where you host the file.
    a theater play: credits appear on the leaflets you hand out.
    ...etc

    digifish

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    I need a sample of spoken word of a dark topic (ex: fire-and-brimstone preacher or some sort) that's around 1:00-2:00 in length. It can be anything from a random conversation on the streetside to a read-aloud poem. Any helpz?

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    I think you should add "Right click, save target as" left to the Download button....that would save us alot of useless threads.

    http://img222.imageshack.us/img222/7361/rightuy3.th.jpg

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    maybe we could have like 3 downloads for the start, the we have to upload three other samples before we can download as much as we want?

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    NoiseCollector
    What would I do with Jovicas bleeps of various lengths and all the glitching binary bursts?

    lmao

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    Here is a video made with some samples I will upload to Freesound soon...

    http://www.archive.org/details/deadmandirewolffanclub

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    Google: Mellotron Wav

    Look for choir. Great all around analog (it is) sounding tape loops.

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    I have luck with Cool Edit 96 noise reduction. You can keep the noise or eliminate the noise to some degree. You can still find the file out there and the serial too, Syntrillium is now Adobe so it's not supported anymore but does great things.

    Also, there is a vst effect called sniper, I believe, it is an extreme EQ that can filter out entire bands of the audio spectrum completely and let you zero in on specific frequencies.

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    cajo
    Bram

    what do you think about this:
    - if you upload then you can download (even not 1 to 1, i.e. you upload 1 then download 5 or 10)

    So I would have to download 5,500 or 11,000 files? What would I do with Jovicas bleeps of various lengths and all the glitching binary bursts?

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    I am getting various loading errors in Google Earth 4.2.0180.1134 (beta) when loading the freesound.kml file. As a result, I can't view Freesound geotags in GE.

    Here is the first error text:


    Fetch of NetworkLink "The Freesound Project" failed (http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/geotagging/tags.php?BBOX=-180,-30.80339111621554,180,90): Connect Failed

    Do you want to stop fetching, continue to fetch with error notifications, or continue to fetch and ignore errors?

    Attempting to load the URL that throws the rror in GE in my FireFox yeilds this error

    Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 8388608 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 83 bytes) in /var/www/class.Util.php on line 51

    which may or may not be relevant.

    The same line of code always throws the error.

    I couldn't find this error reported on other forums. Am I the only one with this problem? I do like to use GE to browse Freesound tags.

    -- Paul

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    Sounds like fun. smile