Forums

  • avatar
    127 sounds
    103 posts

    @gis_sweden good to hear your update, I'm a bit behind but hope to have time over xmas hols... reading your progress is a good motivator though and I look forward to hearing your piece.
    Yep, ufxloops is really great in that you can make music while on the run. smile

  • avatar
    48 sounds
    68 posts

    breezeark wrote:
    If you're still wondering about the style, it's slow and kind of eerie.

    I think that would of been helpful haha because the first thing that comes to mind when you think of music that people dance to its ussually upbeat

    don't get me wrong, if done correctly you can make any old song, upbeat or not, not ruin the creepy atmosphere, it could even add to it

  • avatar
    48 sounds
    68 posts

    afleetingspeck wrote:
    Kodack wrote:

    @afleetingspeck

    Perhaps, but one could easily misunderstand something like this, even though he used one sound theres a big difference between using that sound for only a second or using it where it can be heard the majority of the time


    Which toiletrolltube fully understands. Thus his use of the words "but still".

    okok i'll leave your beloved toilettube alone haha wink

  • avatar
    0 sounds
    1 post

    hey, I was looking for a kind of dramatic boom. I don't really know what to search, since it might be called something else. I have some examples here:

    The first seconds in this http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=tD3nXRy5EXg

    And the similar sounds in this: http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=vxwAGB6Tos0
    It's about 30 seconds in the video.

    I hope you know any, thank you

  • avatar
    48 sounds
    68 posts

    I use the in-built mic for the Sony Handycam HDR-PJ260V, it's not the best but it is surprisingly good haha, after i record it I always run it through Audacity to get rid of some noise, pump the bass and treble, and add some stereo effects then run it through flstudio, play with the levels, and add a final filter to make the sound clearer, after all that the sound becomes about 10 times better than it originally was tongue I also remaster songs in my spare time, making 2D music more 3D so to speak

  • avatar
    67 sounds
    784 posts

    Kodack wrote:

    @afleetingspeck

    Perhaps, but one could easily misunderstand something like this, even though he used one sound theres a big difference between using that sound for only a second or using it where it can be heard the majority of the time


    Which toiletrolltube fully understands. Thus his use of the words "but still".

  • avatar
    778 sounds
    15 posts

    Hi ferti12, Jagadamba is good for credit smile

    I've just spent time cutting some firewood, so I took the chance to record it and also had a bit of fun throwing a few logs of wood around in my woodshed. I'll put them up soon, but a bit busy to edit them until later. Kodack seems to have had some success with a more sudden crash sound, so maybe he can play around with these new samples and come up with a better mix.

    I will also have a go when I get the chance

    Namaste

  • avatar
    1 sound
    42 posts

    What do you guys use for field recordings?

  • avatar
    1 sound
    42 posts

    I'll get this for you in a second.

  • avatar
    0 sounds
    4 posts

    Hi there!

    Does anybody own a Sound of water splashing under a wooden bridge or a boat?
    I mean that typical "deep- gurgling" Sound. There are great examples here, but i am looking for a sound without seashore waves or birds. Could be more a relaxing sound than wild or heavy waves.

    Thanks!

  • avatar
    167 sounds
    1572 posts

    luckylittleraven wrote:
    It's really awesome!
    Damn you guys for making me want to check out more cool music making stuff!! LoL

    That's what we're here for wink

  • avatar
    0 sounds
    4 posts

    That's brilliant!

  • avatar
    1 sound
    42 posts

    If you're still wondering about the style, it's slow and kind of eerie.

  • avatar
    2 sounds
    36 posts

    In Super Mario World, Mario can ride on Yoshi's back and make him eat whatever, but is he punching him on the back of his head to make him do it?

  • avatar
    0 sounds
    1 post

    The new job left me with no time in the evenings to do my music related stuff. There was also quite a lot of traveling early on.....

  • avatar
    0 sounds
    1 post

    hi everyone my name is andy and I'm studying sound for media at university in the UK, I'm looking for people to answer a few questions to help me with my research into sound design, Foley and sound to moving image.
    If anyone is interested please feel free to email me at andrewgriffiths954@yahoo.co.uk and ill reply with my questions.
    Thanks everyone, Andy

  • avatar
    48 sounds
    69 posts

    Dare-31 submission status report #2
    So I’ve got my Signature Sound. I have extracted sounds from my youth orchestra recording. I’ve made rhythmic loops… The latest made from a recording of a jalousie flapping in a window at a library. It made an irresistible sound (soon uploaded to freesound). So I recorded it with my mobile. First I planned to add some Sunrize synth sounds but… no. Tomorrow I start the work with importing the sound to uFXloops. 15 sounds – so far. The samples haven’t played together yet. They will meet for the first time in uFXloops. A little exciting.
    Christmas, end of term activities, wife birthday, work… I’m glad I have uFXloop. Gives a possibility to “sneak arrange”. #CreativeSwenglish
    Cheers

  • avatar
    127 sounds
    103 posts

    I rarely say this but.. wtf!? That is so... bizarre and kind of cool. I read an article about a midi interface that used brain waves to create sounds, pretty difficult to use apparantly (some of the comments about what could go wrong were pretty funny after all human brain skips around a lot)

    I'm not particularly educated in the science of sound but I find it interesting these ideas of changing one kind of energy into sound energy, whether it came from nature or a mathematical code and computer.

    Personally, although fascinating music that came from the heart will have more appeal wink

  • avatar
    127 sounds
    103 posts

    It's really awesome!
    Damn you guys for making me want to check out more cool music making stuff!! LoL

  • avatar
    127 sounds
    103 posts

    Very beautiful. ..the stillness of winter.
    Odd listening to it when it's so hot here but I closed my eyes and got some chills
    smile
    Although I did have to wear a jacket this morning it was only about 15 degrees