Collab by Seelensack and AlienXXX
This was a very pleasant collab and I am very happy with the results. Hope you enjoy it too!
Technically the "mind the gap" recording is copyrighted. But it belongs to TFL a government organisation, so personal recordings made of this will be public domain I assume.
Only if you were to create your own transport system and use the same recording would it be against the law.
You would be hung drawn and quartered for treason as part of section 2.3 of the Barney Rubble Act 1856
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Let's not talk about that. Just move along like nothing happened.
Luckylittleraven and me came up with this:
This was a nice and weird dare AlienXXX... thanks for another gem.
@jamesabdulrahman Thanks for taking the time to reply James. That's very helpful, thank you.
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What happened to Mr_Noisy anyway? Suspected alt user of KoopaTroopa63?
Recording trivial recorded messages in public is quite a vague copyright area. However, Freesound does admit sounds that fit the description of your examples: see http://freesound.org/people/impy4ever/sounds/47276/ (Romanian underground train).
On the other hand, cafés, museums and shopping centres are all public places and as far as copyright is concerned recording there would be no different from taking a photograph. I have my own recording of the inside of a pub: http://freesound.org/people/jamesabdulrahman/sounds/241096/.
While I am not a lawyer, I think that the examples you give are fine and dandy for uploading to Freesound. Spread the audio love!
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(correction since we lost some posts in here)
I'm a bit stuck on knowing what I can allow people to download. my problem is with recordings made in potentially private places. For exapmle if your're on a london underground train and record the voice saying "Mind the gap", is that a copyrighted voice and are you allowed to enable people to download it and use it. And what about if you record the sounds in a cafe, a museum or a shopping centre? These feel like public places but are they?
I'd be grateful if anyone could advise me on this.
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thread closed, someone replied the call already thanks all your attention.
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Sounds like scratching the base of a medium sized container with the microphone placement at the rim; most likely plastic.
I was initially tempted to say it's mechanical by the oscillating nature of the sound.
Really, it could be anything, but it definitely involves a partially enclosed vessel, judging by the character of the reflections, or RT60.
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I've been trying to figure out what this sound is, but I'm not sure what it is. Can anyone identify it?
Listen to it here: https://soundcloud.com/justinium/mystery-sound
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