Not fitting the requirements but inspired by this thread and what they apparently mix together with the music on who wants to be a millionaire, I mixed a game show time-running-out-sound:
Rutger Muller uploaded a sound quite similar to that old arcade machine button noise. I noticed it earlier today when I was looking for something else. Here's the link:
I need a tick/motor sound like that of the old counters on some tape players or this game. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4Om2vxFxqo You can here it in the background.
Thanks for all the other sounds you've posted. When I'm done I'll post a link to the game. I hopefully will have a few sounds on here sometime.
mobil -> http://azwarsuaib.blogspot.com/2013/11/mobil-sedan-corolla.html
bola -> http://azwarsuaib.blogspot.com/2013/11/skorbolaco-situs-portal-berita.html
Camera -> http://azwarsuaib.blogspot.com/2013/12/cameracoid.html
News -> http://azwarsuaib.blogspot.com/2013/12/klikgaulcom.html
So have you solved your problem?
If not, your mention of "code block" allowed me to find this helpful-looking QA: http://answers.squarespace.com/questions/6462/how-do-i-iframe-links-onto-a-page
So here's an update. I quickly scanned a couple of squarespace forum threads dealing with the same issue, and it looks like the answer is to use a code block, rather than an embed block. And it doesn't really show up until after you've posted and visit the real website. the code doesn't work in the preview.
Thanks qubodup for the tip! (it got me looking into the Squarespace forums a little closer!)
1453 - Water
1452 - Need
1451 - Want
Arcade, chip, chiptune, chiptone...
During the sound upload/description page, maybe we can create another optional field in the db called "supertag" and the only possible supertags, selected through a dropdown, would be (just random suggestions here) "film, music, theatre, game, tv, cartoon, youtube, epic cinematic". The final supertag category is "uncategorized", which is default.
And then we could add a filter on the search page so the downloader can easily find what is needed.
There is a possibility of miscategorization, but users are allowed to flag for miscategorization. Too many requests for miscat on a sound could automatically lead to the sound being moved to the "uncategorized" category.
Somehow I almost want to call it an f-tag (freesound-tag) as opposed to the supertag.
I am going to start making a library of game sound effects.
I'll be adding all the sounds to a pack, but I wanted to know if there are any naming conventions for game sounds.
If there are any set sounds that are expected out of any game sound library (intro/outro/timeout/pause/death/level up etc), please let me know what one usually calls them and, if possible, suggest how I should tag them.
Thanks for any help!
I could synthesize something real quick. Any kind of effect would do? Like a wobbly swirl pitch down sweep? Or do you just need a one-hit sound?
1450 - Desire
My sounds have been "waiting for moderation" for about 3 weeks now? why is it taking SO Long....
maybe his one? It's a voice but funny.
This script will be used in this animation.
The script will not be used until episode 4. But I'd still like to get someone ready for the part.
Also when the script is accepted by someone I'll send them a preview of my voice saying the lines how I want them said.
Thanks for all the suggestions guys, it was hard searching for a sound here without having some concrete keywords in mind.
I'm still not finding what I want from these, though, maybe some will grow on me. I've given the requirements some thought meanwhile. I think it has to sound short, neutral, and distinct from a background music that is playing (which is a catchy piano melody).
Here's what I initially came up with:
Here is a sound that might work for you and if you use it make sure to credit me, if you want u can edit in audacity or any other program you use to make it longer/shorter: http://freesound.org/people/18hiltc/sounds/208532/
Hey tiger what movie are you going to use the actors for?