To simply edit audio samples, Audacity is good and free. For a more music oriented sequencing program, you can also try Acoustica Mixcraft, along with Acoustica Beatcraft which offer a free demo. Google them.
Nice I liked the song, was very, well, trancey. But you have to attribute those Freesound samples you used!
here they are
1-bienal arte SP, 1 MD, recorded with sonny mdmzr50 and mic-emc-907, about 600mb
2-also found 1-md recorded at Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona, 2006 (let me take a better hearing at this one)
how can i send it/them to you, if case of interest?
i must have (give me time to find it) a recording at that event, bienalArte SaoPaulo at Ibirapuera.
i´ll check n show you.
This is my first production with Freesound samples, please let me know what you think!
hai am not a profassional but enthusiastic of making music .... want to specialise in ambience....
i need the samples of ambient beats like asian ..... like KRUNESH uses in his works ...... i appreciate everyone work here......
I'm an artist based in the UK, conducting PhD research into the condition (philosophical, theoretical) of works of art whilst they are on display. As part of my research I have been collecting the ambient sounds of galleries and museums. Unfortunately I am unable to go everywhere, and so, if anyone has the urge, I would welcome any field-recordings of gallery ambience/atmosphere. At least one minute's duration, date, place, information about space, works in room etc. is ideal, but anything un-ideal is also fine. Top of my wish list is the Museum of Modern Art in New York, but any and every museum or gallery, no matter how well-known, is of interest.
I've uploaded a few examples of my own recordings. I'm new to these things and would welcome any suggestions as to how to improve recordings. Presently I use a Sharp Minidisc recorder and a Sony ECM-DS70P mic, or an iPod with a Belkin TuneTalk stereo mic adaptor. I use no editing/mixing software, but am open to suggestions - I use a Mac.
Here is the scenario:
I live in the wilderness near a waterfall that is named Singing Falls. It really does sing due to special rock formations and acoustical conditions.
I am interested in recording these sounds but I do not have any equipment to do it. I did a DVD recording of the falls but the singing was drowned out by other sounds. The sound of the singing is that of Native American music.
I am a linux OS user and I have an audigy 2 zs card on board.
Please tell me of a reasonably priced recording instrument that could do the job I am seeking to do and where to get it. Nothing professional since that would probably be out of my price range I am assuming???
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
once quicktime has grabbed the sound, just say "save page as" in the file menu
Voxengo SPAN is another useful FFT based tool, for free and also BlueCat makes a good freeware one.
My girlfriend tried this... hopefully they will be available soon, and useful.
http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/samplesViewSingle.php?id=47929 [ URL added by bram ]
Sorry, i'm new. So, please excuse this thread if it were to be in the wrong forum.
What are good programs/loop sites to get into for free downloads/remixing beats. I have a band and we would like to test around with various beats.
How do I download a sound a be able to use it on my computer in a movie making program? When I left click on the sound it just brings me to Media Quickplayer. and It says RIght Click, Save as on the thing but there is no option for that. Help?
DAMNIT, all I have to say instead of the 3 paragraphs I just lost are,
"do not use the quote button to insert a quote into the text you just spent 5 minutes typing"
1. No help file in that software, Bram, any idea on how to select the 2nd sound to morph too? I found nothing resembling anything close to selecting another sound to morph to in any of the screens and the website.
2. Shit, now I am typing this all again... What is the difference between this process and vocoding or cross fading?
The original post was much better. WHO DESIGNED LAPTOPS with the mouse pad in front of the keyboard? Are they kidding? What a fundamental design flaw, could easily have put it in front of number keys to keep the cursor in one spot, this has nothing to do with topic but it PISSES me off severly.
3. Analog X has a neat vocoder freeware program that allows you to select carrier and source files, cool edit also has a mixpaste feature that allows you to vocode a wav file. I am curious if this program can achieve similar results.
If anyone knows how to make the above mentioned program work, let me know.
Also (I would quote the post but last time it was disastrous) the music morpher software seems to have nothing to do with what we are talking about here unless there is another. It's free but it's more of a song mastering program for karaoke and other silliness.
Does anyone know where to get the sound heard at 0:12 minutes???
I'm in the process of creating a scene in an audioplay in which a person gets run down by a crowd of people on their bicycles. (Um. It works in the context of the story. Hee.)
I found these bike bells:
Which are excellent, but would like at least two more kinds of bells, to denote a really large crowd.
I'm also looking for a crowd of people biking. Which may involve just layering bike ride sounds, but perhaps someone has a sound that would work, or ideas on what I ought to search for on Freesound.
Thanks much for any ideas/suggestions.
It's apparently e constant. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E_(mathematical_constant)
I really appreciate all your replies, thanks a lot!
Try Music Morpher.