did you concidered CF-sd Card-converter?
I use harddisk as backup to save money.
Ps i use other gear.
Sounds like those wooden and feather drums Indians used to play music...
I just bought a Sound Devices 702 --- delivery should be by or on December 2nd, 2016.
After using Zoom H4N, and Marantz PMD661 (modified by Oade Brothers) I am moving up due to the wanting and needing the very quiet pre-amps of the Sound Devices. I am a Radio Producer for a Public Radio Station in the U-S , focusing on in the field interviews with scientists. Everything I produce and air, has to have great sound quality from my guests, PLUS, my radio features are very rich in natural sounds.
To keep the quality of my future projects as high as possible, I plan on using my SD702 at the highest sample rate -- 192Khz -- and 24 khz bit depth. I often use the Beyerdyamic Omni Dynamic ME58 microphone for these ' in the woods ' interviews with great results. I will spend several hours in heavy woods or fields and the Beyerdynamic simply does not have any handling noise!
That being said, two questions though from those of you who have already been using the SD702.
(1) To save space on my CF cards on my IN-STUDIO interviews where I am not concerned with recording nature backgrounds, I am considering just recording in MONO on my SD702, BUT, then creating the "stereo" in Post production. Does anybody else do this ??
(2) Since CF Cards are generally more expensive that SD cards, do you (2-A) SAVE all of your CF Cards to act as a backup? (*Of course in addition to transferring the audio to a larger external hard drive*)
OR, do you (2-B) due to the price of CF cards, do you simply back up all of your SD702 to an external hard drive , then RE-FORMAT and RE-USE the CF card?
Many thanks for any input SD702 users can give is greatly appreciated. Can't wait to get the in the field with my SD 702.
Sometimes when i download files that look like MP3 files, They download as another file instead and i cannot add it to my music or anything because the file is not registered 'as an MP3 file' as it should.
I already checked those out.
It's really cool that they are included.
Hope they get developed further.
You're best bet is to try and recreate this soundscape from the ground up. I don't think there are many (if any) people that go to Afghanistan specifically to take some sound recordings (let alone upload them here!).
I would recommend you look for explosions and gun sounds on here, and then tweak them however you require to create the soundscape you are after.
A quick search for distant explosions can be found here.
Or if none of those work, you can always take a look at the sounds of closer explosions, and try to recreate distance yourself using equalization, echo and any other plug-ins you have.
For the gun sounds, you can apply the same principles.
As for the voices, you can find some pretty nice screams on this site that you can tweak and add to the explosions and gun sounds you've already added from above. Finding voices specifically in Arabic will be a lot more harder, particularly ones of good quality, and is something I recommend you try to record yourself. However, a quick search of "arabic" on this site could pull up some interesting results.
Outside of Freesound, there are some sound libraries that can offer several war sound effects and soundscapes, but of course, those can cost money. One cheap library I recently looked at is "CaptainAudio" from Sound Ideas, which has two war soundscapes you might find useful.
In the end, I think it is far easier to simply recreate the sounds you are after, rather than trying to chase down an authentic war zone recording from Afghanistan.
My name is Oliver and i got a [german] YT channel which is reaching 100subs soon.
I am currently searching for a talented one who could record a cool rock guitar riff for me... perhaps i put some voice over it. (I am inspired by the intro from Gametheory xD )
I was hoping to find someone here! If u are interested to collab with me pls text me
u will be credited in all videos with the intro with a link of ur choosing.
I am so excited
This is so great. well done girl.
Excellent work - sounds like it could have come straight from a film score!
I'm an eager fan of all Classical musics, so I'll certainly be looking forward to the completed piece!
Still work in progress:
Thanks guys, it's also identifiable as "falling star" or "fairy dust" effect.
Spectral editing tools have been included in Audacity in the last couple of years
Hi can I get a beat tag saying "kimj" (pronounced kimj) and can it be a girl english voice thank you
Functionality is quite basic, but at least the sound quality is decent
5052 - bone
actually it sounds more like plastic with some wear on it
sounds like you are opening and closing something made out of wood
hi could anybody do a jamaican voice saying the following words
HI IM PRINCE BUSTER AND I LOVE LISTENING TO MOULDY ON FRESHTRAXX RADIO
Does anybody know where to find combat zone sounds from the middle east (Afghanistan) and then I mean gun shooting, people screaming in panic (Arabic) etc... It is for a Afghanistan war scene.
Hello, I'm looking for a voice actor that can record the following text for me. preferably a male voice actor with a deep voice but that's not necessary, if you are interested you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org so I can send the music for the voice recording. I hope someone can / will help me!
2 men. driven by music, were seeking for a great power. A power that could bring happiness to the whole world. years went by, without finding what they were looking for. Until one of them discovered that the power they had been looking for, was music. and now... they are sharing there power with YOU.. so let's give this music the power that it needs. MORE. POWER!