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    Hi, I'm new here

    I need some vocals to my songs. Man or woman, girl or boy, doesn't matter.

    I need some people to say or shout:

    1) "Bitterer's gonna rock the place!"
    2) "Come on people, let's rock this place!"
    3) "Cause we are one soul and one heart!"
    4) "Turn up the bass!"
    5) "Clap your hands!"
    6) "Everybody hands up!"
    7) "Make it loud!"

    (it's English language)

    If someone will help, I will appreciate it. It will be very nice if I will find a person who will help me. Thanks smile

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    How am I continuing to spam?! If that is how every one is going to be, then this forum is closed and I'm not posting another thing! Have nice day! If you change your mind, I'm still here!

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    jamesabdulrahman wrote:
    User epanody has some samples of this sort:

    http://freesound.org/people/epanody/packs/6816/

    Perfect for self-deprecation smile

    this is pretty close, but this exact phrase said in a very rhythmical manner is what i'm after.

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    User epanody has some samples of this sort:

    http://freesound.org/people/epanody/packs/6816/

    Perfect for self-deprecation smile

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    lolololol

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    heya freesound fellers!

    it'd make me happy if someone recorded a single one-liner for my production.
    don't laugh, but the phrase is "no one listens to your shit", and should be said by a female in a bratty yet sexy tone. got different variations? cool, i'd like to hear every single one of them if it's possible!

    thank you.

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    Completely. This is meant as friendly advice.
    That is why people have bothered to reply and have bothered to explain why rather than just say "no".
    But then again, ignore the advice at your own risk...
    If he persists, I do not encourage anyone to be rude but simply to ignore or even report as SPAM.

    @KoopaTroopa63
    If the conversation was about replicating some of the sounds found in Mario or other games, you might find some interest here.
    Otherwise, most of the active users are way past the age of having an interest in Mario games.

    Please take the message and stop.

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    Man må säga...

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    peaceful but not without an underlying tension

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    My vote: no.

    Koopa, you have been told before that many of your posts have been reported as spam. You have apologised for this, something which I myself praised you for, and promised not to post spam again. But you have continued.

    You know why it hurts me to say this? When I was younger I made a lot of ‘fan art’ of this kind. And I am still a huge Mario fan. But even then I would not have misused a website irrelevant to the topic to post my work (if I had had use of the Internet back then). One day in the near future, you will look back on the way you have used this website thus far and think: man, that was silly.

    I get the impression you might be lonely and in need of companionship. I know the feeling. If that’s the case, try http://themushroomkingdom.net/chatroom/. I used to hang out there quite a lot.

    Please think carefully about what has been said here, or Freesounders may well start to dispense with politeness and risk hurting your feelings.

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    @KoopaTroopa63

    This website and forums are dedicated to sound: recordings, processing, sound design, even music...

    The Off Topic forum is there for everything else...
    However consider this: if you only post in the "off-topic" forum, is this really the website for you?

    Don't mean to be rude, but looks like the general freesound community does not share your interests. You might get better response from a forum/website that is actually focused/dedicated to the stuff you like.
    There are a few such forums where users post storylines, that seems to be more your thing. I believe you will find that more rewarding and you will feel more welcome there.

    I agree with others that have posted here: if you like writing you should definitely pursue it. But finding the right place for it is important and will make the experience more enjoyable for you.
    Doing it in the wrong place likely has the opposite effect and can get you demotivated. Might actually put you off from writting, which could be a shame.

    Good luck

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    I vote NO. I hope you stop these posts. Because of all youre endles post every day It is difficult to find real interesting post on the front page.

    I hope you understand. Sorry.

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    Yes, I vote for a no. No, I mean I do not vote for a yes. I mean yes, you are right, I can answer no. Or no, I think you understand what I mean when I say yes. Which is actually a no. So no, maybe you don't know what I'm talking about. But yes, surely, you have my answer by now.

    Look, mate. You should really start a blog and try to publicize that blog. I have no idea why you keep on posting your stories here. Frankly speaking I doubt many people read it, and not because they don't like it, but because they probably do not think this is the place they want to come to to read stories.

    If you're really passionate about writing, pursue it. But find the right outlet for it. Freesound is not the place where you want to do it.

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    Tobbarebble wrote:
    Deleting without warning or explanation is not very nice.

    I'm hypothesizing that the reason they did so without a warning or explanation is because someone reported it as spam; they likely didn't do so of their own volition.

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    Mr. Timbre has given some nice sounds, which are actually hard to find.

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    http://www.freesound.org/search/?q=metal+creak

    You can get away with slowing it down , e.g. ...

    http://www.freesound.org/people/Timbre/sounds/124122/

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    Never mind I found someone.

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    noone?

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    Here's a short new bit made with a couple of freesounds. Thanks, and thanks again.

    http://thatjeffcarterwashere.blogspot.com/2015/02/a-step-into-wind.html

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    BBC Radio 3 programme available online.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b052zn08


    Early in 2013 record producer Dan Carey bought a vintage tape machine at a charity shop in Streatham, South London. The Ferrograph recorder came with a box of 7-inch tapes containing an audio documentation of the previous owner's social life as a young man in the 1950s at a time when reel to reel tape recorders were state of the art audio technology. Among the recordings was a poetry reading event featuring an unusual selection of texts, from obscure comic verse to sections from the King James Bible and a Ministry of Transport pedestrian advice leaflet. Alan Dein goes in search of the recordist Barrie Simpson and surviving members of his circle, in this evocative and poignant story of suburban life and the Baptist church in South London over half a century ago.

    This is as much social history as about the technicalities of recording. Interesting that reel-to-reel was being used by amateurs as early as the 1950s.

    If you don't listen to the radio prog, the gallery here is worth a look:
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02kg2lg/p02kg62z