I need a real drum sound of a hi-hat thats hit open but then closes shortly after.
The best description off the top of my head would be in the song float on by modest mouse. Right in the beginning beat when the hi-hat is opened and closed in sync with the snare hits. Maybe a bit louder with more sustain but a variation would be great if you can.
Here's the youtube video just in case you need further explaination of the sample:
Thanks guys! -Mike
I am new here, but im going to do my best to answer you to the best of my knowledge. I am not a lawyer and this is not legal advice.
I would have to say that it is indeed copyrighted material. I also do not speak for freesound.com but i would say that they would not allow you to upload that here. It's really about common sense and doing a small amount of research, the song in question was only released in 1967, so its not old enough to fall into the public domain (if that's what you were alluding to).
Edited: I also found this which might apply with it being a carillon tune https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cover_version#U.S._copyright_law
Hi, i need a Actionfully and a bit scary Scifi Music for my Unity 3d Game.If possilbe with the cc0 license. I want a music a bit like that:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_34-fS2ovTY
Thank you very much
I have a small issue with being able to correctly attribute an author when the title contains a Trademarked name, The following is a made up attribution example.
Title: 000000 Ford Truck going really really fast.wav
legally I can not use any trademarks, logos or words in any form on the product or contained within text associated with the product.
How does one go about giving attribution in this situation. I know this seems extreme but rules are rules, and on the platform I use they are very strict about this.
This can be said for any sound effect that uses it's trademarked name in the title.
Thank you for your help.
Need good, clean recording of a young woman (20s-30s) saying any/all of the following in a menacing tone, out-of-breath:
"This is going to hurt"
Would be so, so grateful... Kind of have a time constraint, so if you don't get the chance to do this in the next 24 hours, it's no worry, but if someone reads this and can do it, I'd owe you big time.
Possibly "fluorescent" rather than "neon" ...
A great resource explaining drum editing technique in Pro Tools....
Hope some of you find it useful
Many of you know that you CAN NOT use a stereo AB-setup recording in MONO. The result is horrible, because you lose a lot of sound information.
BUT there is an EASY WAY to SOLVE THE PROBLEM when you can work with the free AUDACITY audio software.
1] Open the recording in Audacity
2] Spit the STEREO sound into two separate channels (Do not make the recording mono)
3] Delete one channel
4] Make the other channel MONO
5] Save the recording.
Now you have a GREAT MONO result you can use.
That why I always edit this info into my text-field when I use an other setting than XY ore MS;
“ Gear: Primo EM 172 (omni) microphones in AB30 setting in Rode Blimp > Sony PCM D50, 150Hz low-cut, dynamic compression used. When you want to use it in MONO –> delete one channel and make the other channel mono.”
I hope this I helpful.
This is cool and interesting .thank you for sharing
4968 - surprise
hope this helps
I need sfx neon lights switched on in a big hall...
can anyone help?
I guess most the users will agree if you mention there names on the web-side too. You can use my sound under these conditions.
succes with your station and have fun.
4966 - Roadie
We are a small non-profit college radio station. Can we use the sounds on this site? And if so, how does "attribution" work if we're a radio station? Would a note on our website saying some sounds used on-air are courtesy of FreeSound.org be sufficient?
HI I NEED THE FOLLLOWING VOICED BY A SEXY FEMALE VOICE FOR A DANCE COMPETITION MY PARTNERS IN ,I WANT TO PUT IT OVER SOME LIGHT MUSIC .
A friend once told me never lose yourself in the hatred of others, to always be yourself and to use your energy to create , not destroy.
Forever in our hearts, this is a dedication to Skye
I'm looking for a specific sounding drums, the likes Wardruna uses.
I did some research and I figured that they use some form of frame drums and deer skin drums but I've been searching the entire web and cannot get anything close to their sounds.
In specific I'm looking for the kind of sound of drums like in their works called: Iwar, Ingwar.
They seem to be pitchless and thump-like in sound.
Please, any kind of help would be greatly appreciated.
Hi, I was wondering if anyone could create a voice tag