Upright bass, Cymbals, Waterphone as speedenza mentioned (but this could be synthesized, too).
You could use reverse cymbals, also, open hi hats, hi hat rolls, some orchestra sounds (I forget the technical terms for those). You can possibly also use finger cymbals for some suspense effect.
For the extra reverb type sounds in that video, try looking up "paul stretch" as a keyword here on freesound. You'll find many good hits.
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Thank you for the site... and for the 'experiment' move to 2.0.
This is a very good way to handle up-grading the site.
Best of luck to continued success.
Well made video.
I have one question; Where can I find the credit list?
Nice vid. I really like to see how lines and contours of landscape and buildings in the different squares/screens intervene and dissolve as time goes by.
The bass sounds like a normal upright bass (double bass).
The ringing may be a waterphone - there aren't many samples on freesound.
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For birds - I would seek for help on http://xeno-canto.org
Look for the "Edit sound information" link in the detailed page of the sound you want to edit, it's on the right, under the box with the sound features.
After clicking on it, scroll down to the Pack section; there you can choose from the existing packs or create a new one on the fly.
Is it possible to make already uploaded sounds into packs or do I have to delete them first and then make a pack? I'm getting several single sounds that I could pack up.
I need a answer , pleas
The question was to convert text files (with numerical data) into sounds. Cool edit can do it, audacity - maybe (I don't remember).
Can someone please find something similar to the sounds of this investigation theme : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVSy-ELJzJQ
Noir, detective themes.
I will use something like that echoed eringing and bass sound for my short film project. What kind of instruments are these?
You wanna look for words like brass, hit, stab, orchestra, trumpet, trombone etc.
I found a few links. While these are nothing to those old school punch trumpet stabs, you can perhaps modify one of them? Pitch up, speed it up, etc.
http://freesound.org/people/VEXST/sounds/26878/ - this may work as is for you
http://freesound.org/people/copyc4t/sounds/146434/ - you could probably cut/paste the last "dun" and shorten it using a fade out effect.
http://freesound.org/people/parabolix/sounds/197739/ - this one may work as is, too.
Good luck in your search!
Hey guy. This is the first time I've ever posted here. Does anyone have a good trumpet blast sound effect? Like the kind they have in the old Batman films whenever someone gets punched and the words "BANG" appear on the screen? Thanks.
... When the data is plotted as x-y data, it looks just like a sound file, so I know it is possible to convert the numbers into sound. Does anyone know of software that will do such a conversion?
Image-to-sound and vice-versa ... https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Photosounder+
e.g. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8MCAXhEsy4 *****
or if want to use raw digital data [and free software]... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXjwJPz4qi0
I'm needing a voice-over for my music project "Mind Waker"'s "promotional" video: http://youtu.be/GvgBB2_GwGw
I'm not in any label and all money so far I get is donations. I do all the music and graphics by myself. I can pay a little for the job (paypal) but nothing much. I'm just a student at the moment so all the money I get goes to bills and food and well sometimes for music equipment~
I might have more voice-over work later for the whole album.
The voice should sound similar to this: http://youtu.be/YEaY8One1zg . I can make all the effects, so I just need the audio file.
The phrases I need are:
"Memory search initiated."
"Memory signal Found."
You can listen the two demo songs from here: https://mindwaker.bandcamp.com/
Feel free to ask if you have any questions!