LOl. Hey. I did find some awesome samples in that pack, but if you've heard "This Is Why I'm Hot rap song, it has a big boom bass drum in it. I was wondering where I could get a hold of those kinds of drum sounds?
Thanx everybody for your help.
I just found some sounds in the space audio links you gave me. NASA seems to need a subscription in itunes...
Any other resources please?
Mainly, i would like to listen to some really extreme sonic phenomena, like hurricanes or i don't know what may happen there...
But i would like to figure out something really intense, not necessarily sound-wise, but like a phenomenon.
Solar system and magnetosphere seems to be good for what i want, but i need somehting intense and -no kidding- a phenomenon with an impressive "name".
I might use this for a project and i want it to have "strong and very scientific words". English is not my native language, so for those who speak English fluently, i kindly as you to recommend me something...
Thanks a lot in advance!
(Of course, these are hypotetical questions. For now, I have only used 2 samples, and I do know their authors...)
Because I don't have internet at my home where I'm recording and mixing, I download many appropriate samples at my company, and then carry them home.
At the end of the process, I use some of the samples in full length, some of them I use partially, and some of them I use just as a reference to help me make my own samples.
But the problem is, that at the end, I don't know which samples from which users are really used. What to do in such a case? I guess it is not enough to just write something like "samples from freesound.org"?
What if there are lots and lots of samples used? For 3-5 samples, it is rational to write the credits, but what about 100 or more samples?
That's why we're here for.
Thanks for replying so quickly! Ya'll are so helpful!
Great! I have a pair of 3032s as well (mine are used in a Jecklin disk), and have the (excellent but cost more
than the mic) Rycote system. I'm about to buy another pair of 3032s and will definitely look into this. Just to confirm,
which model micropuffin do you have?
No need to look that far.
Just pitch down and you got yourself a decent dirty south hiphop kick.
You mean that impossibly fat Boooooooom? It's a sample from the TR-808.
Best 808 pack you'll find.
Yes i have adobe premiere 3.0. the only problem i have is with m4p's. thats the only file i cant get into my projects. Other wise wav, mp3, mpa are the most common i have found but thoses all work
...sorry, what? collywobbles?!
I'm a german student and i need the sound of collywobbles, but i can't find anything...
Please, can anybody help me?
nice ,liked claws,classic 80,s keep it up dude.
this will probably be possible in freesound 2.0 ( see the blog for news ).
Right now it's a bit... difficult.
Hi guys. I'm new here. this site is pretty nice! I have been looking for a hip hop bass drum sample. You know, like the bass drum that is the star in so many hip hop and R and B songs. I would appreciate it, if someone knew where a good sample was, or has one, to tell me about it. Thanks.
This website is great and I love the service you guys provide. If possible I would like to integrate freesound into a project I am currently working on. This would basically involve querying the freesound database from a flash interface and being able to audition samples (as mp3s) when selected. If the sample is used from there it would automatically be transferred to my own server to save on your bandwidth.
Obviously I would prominently display that your database was being used, and I would display the freesound logo linking to this site and encourage users to actively participate in what goes on here. All I would require is some sort of search API which could be called from a flash application. As long as it returned the ID and filename of the samples I could compile that information into the download links for the mp3's.
If this is not possible I will understand, I am just making a query.
Hmm, you mean something like this?
I'd suggest Freesound Search box, type in: "camera click" (without quotes). Should be lots of 'em.
i also listened they are realy good!!!