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    Great, well done! It is quite the real thing smile

    Geweldig hoor, ik hoor nauwelijks het verschil met het 'echte' geluid, dank!

    LG

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    yes good post for beginners, this is the bare minimum you could do to make a decent vocal recording. also if you dont have a pop filter you could talk away from the microphone just so your breath does not come in direct contact with the microphone. you would probably need to touch it up a bit though.

    then comes EQ'ing etc

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    Oh i saw that only 29 minutes after your post the file has been moderated.

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    All uploaded sounds have to be moderated first. After that they will be available. Only the uploader himself can open the page until this happens.

    Try again the next day wink

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    Hello, I need a Voicetag:

    "Coet-Productions"
    The "COET" like "Moet" listen as I with the speech is here possible: https://youtu.be/uO9013JgJxk?t=1m22s

    I would be glad if I could count on the Voicetag as soon as possible.

    Many Thanks

    XCoet
    Coet Productions

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    Page not found?

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    Done.

    After the moderation the Sample will be available here
    http://freesound.org/people/balloonhead/sounds/381742/

    Please give me feedback

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    Hello dear comunity, I'm doing a non-commercial short film in Spain and I want to release it with dual audio (spanish and english) Is there anyone able to help me out with the english lines?
    It's very short, wouldn't take more than 1 minute. (only 29 short lines) I'll leave the script on the bottom so you can see what I'm talking about.

    Please, help me out guys. Thank you.

    SCRIPT:

    They run, they laugh.
    I see the glow shining on their eyes.
    Not like hers.
    She seems distant, strange.
    Somehow cold.
    A couple of days after, I receive the call.
    I curse, scream and cry.
    They're gone.
    I drink and cry and dream over and over.
    Why?
    Time drags me, expending days, months or maybe years.
    But the pain still remains. It grows.
    It changes me.
    Someone tells me she got released from the pychiatric ward.
    426 days after.
    My head spins. I got confused.
    The lonelyness.
    It's time.
    The road become endless.
    I feel the cold wind on my face. My eyes burn.
    I get to the house. It all looks the same.
    I can hear them, laughing like there were no souls taken.
    And then, she comes.
    She sees me with kindness in her eyes.
    She look at the flowers and she say she still love me.
    Those words hurt me like a razor blade.
    Good by my love.

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    Many voice-recordings could be done much better following these simple tricks.

    1. During the recording keep your mouth very near to the microphone. This minimizes echos and hall.

    2. Start the recording but don't say anything for about 2 or 3 seconds then start. This will give you the recorded background needed to filter out the backgroundnoises.

    3. Now use the Audacity Noise Removal effect like this

    3.1. Select the backgroundsound only
    3.2. On the Noise Removal choose the Get Noise Profile Button. This will copy your selection for Noise Removal.
    3.3. Now select the whole sample, go back to Noise Removal and just press okay.

    Now you have a clean voice without any backgroundnoise.

    You also can use the compress-effect and after that the normalize-effect to give it a little boost and smoothen the sample.

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    Hi
    I'm in urgent need of the sound of adult voices, all male, as background to a discussion going o in the foreground. The group needs to be small and whatever they are saying needs to be indistinct low conversation. It needs to last about 10 minutes too.
    any help - appreciated.
    Cheers

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    Can someone make me a producer tag saying: Brokezart / Yung Brokezart / Brokezart on the beat / Thanks Brokezart.

    Thanks a lot!
    I prefer female and children voices but man voices are also ok.

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    This is one of my favorite sounds. Thanks for sharing.

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    Hi, I was wondering if anyone could make me a custom producer tag? I've searched for someone to help me out with this for far too long lol! Then I found this site & I decided to make an account. My music production alias is "Baby Getz" (Getz is pronounced the same as gets). I'm pretty optimistic & open minded on which path I wanna take with this tag or how I want it to sound, so if anyone willing to just record several different takes & ideas & maybe even possibly phases along with it I would greatly appreciate it. The genre of music I do is rap, trap, etc. if that helps out at all haha. The two ideas I had in mind for sure though was #1: something similar to the "Maybach Music" tag.. & #2: I was curious to hear how "you are now listening to Baby Getz music" sounds. Thank you so much for your time! (:

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    Hi!I recorded some walla in a café today and there where some music playing in the background. You can't really identify which song it is, but you can hear some of the drumbeat from time to time, which is similar to many songs. What rules apply to this type of situation here on freesound? Avoid in case of Mr Superear making a call to the lawyer?

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    Dear friends!

    I want to thank each one of you and the administration of freesound.org for making this audio film album even possible. Sounds, samples, ambiances, textures, all of them were absolutely necessary to make this project take shape, evolve in depth, and have a unique mysterious vibe I was trying hard to accomplish.

    Here's the link to "Slutlips": http://catherinecorelli.wixsite.com/catherine-corelli/music
    The album is on its way to all major stores too.

    Slutlips is a horror/drama/thriller film that is delivered in a shape of a musical album but exceeds the usual limitations of such an art form and includes entire voice acting sequences, combines instrumental baroque music with soundtrack/song structures, explores weird combos like a classic orchestra playing as it would have been a metalcore band. It also includes beautiful jazz parts arranged, composed, and performed by a brilliant multi-instrumentalist Alan Wild Matthews, who played trombone, trumpet, saxophone, guitar, and voice acted for this album.

    The non-linear plot evolves through the eyes of two main characters—Lily and Alice—and follows them through the surreal David Lynch 'esque situations and sequences that in time reveal the full story, a story of toxic relationships, child abuse, daddy issues, homicide, and police investigation peppered with flat-out humor, dready soundscapes, and musical twists you wouldn't expect around the corner. Slutlips heavily refers to such masterpieces by David Lynch-like Mulholland Drive, Twin Peaks, Blue Velvet, and Lost Highway; quotes characters from Charmed, Supernatural, Ken Park, Pulp Fiction, and even video games like Thief. Sometimes shockingly dreadful, sometimes ridiculously comic, painfully dramatic at the core, it is based on real stories of abuse, but takes it into a fantasy world of fiction making you wonder whether it is just you or does its thorny beauty contain a charm far beyond what meets the ear.

    Cast:

    Catherine Corelli
    as Alice, Lily & Mystery Girl

    Alan Wild Matthews
    as Dr. William Hanscomb & D/Insp Andy Trudeau

    James Giacalone
    as SA Matt Curtis, Danny Torrance (Daddy),
    Roy Torrance & Morgan

    Melanie McGuirk
    as Daisy & Bunny

    Music:

    Music, script, lyrics, arranging, lead vocals, production by Catherine Corelli;
    Additional music, vocals & arrangement by Alan Wild Matthews;
    Additional guitars by James Giacalone

    Samples:

    Background FX, field recordings, samples, textures from Freesound.org by:

    Crater RF, klankbeeld, genghis attenborough, cognito perceptu, goose278, redoper, AllenStacy, klangfabrik, inchadney, Corsica_S, LolitaPerdurabo, dobroide, Dr. Macak, thatjeffcarter, FunnyMan374, mhtaylor67, blaukreuz, rgapcreative, thearxx08, lolamadeus, Kolezan, briankennemer, music.boy, visualasylum, Percy Duke, fusarof, stomachache, ebcrosby, Nizerg, Splifffy, btherad2000, csargent9, iut_Paris8, Slave2theLight, peridactyloptrix, ebcrosby, qubodup, evsecrets, FillSoko.

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    Hi

    I need a female voice sample saying "triggerbeats...", as one word, with an emphasis on 'trigger' and then saying 'beats' more softly after.

    Would be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks

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    A few years ago I set out on a project that had me editing, mixing, fixing and twisting for over a year and a half straight. The end was 3 books put to sound using primarily freesound. Every sound was documented, painstakingly.

    The actors used their own equipment and recorded scene's on Skype, making the overall sound an extreme challenge.

    Over 10,000 sounds were used in each of these, my "Petsounds".

    Enjoy, the first of the 3, "The Debt Conspiracy."

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/8iiifpxljlxtfns/The%20Debt%20Conspiracy.mp3?dl=0

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    Hi, folks!

    I have just uploaded a harpsichord sample pack, available here: https://www.freesound.org/people/pjcohen/packs/21464/download/21464__pjcohen__harpsichord.zip

    I will be using the same recording techniques on a variety of orchestral instruments, but this one was easy as it only has one volume level / velocity. So I wanted to ask what instruments people want the most. Please comment!

    Thanks,

    -- Phill C

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    Hello. I'm a new user on this account and I'm looking for a voice tag so can anyone make me a female vocal tag saying
    Sherwa beats. I would appreciate that.

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    To sound just right in the mixtape or that outdooor party, every dj would need lazers, wooshes, horns and sometimes impacts to thrill the crowd.

    Welcome to my channel, I would be dropping some of these sounds here time to time.

    Please leave your comment behind and let me know which type of sounds you will need form me as dj.