I'm in search for some French Ballet Dance Instructor voice... Something like "un, deux, trois, châssis..." -told by a woman-, without any background noise nor music.
Take a look at that for some teaser of the music:
I have found the alarm I'm looking for, it's in this clip: https://youtu.be/2fHHN3R6c4A?t=39m33s
Does anybody know what it's called or have a sample of this sound?
here is a try;
I have received my Tascam DR 05 recently and have been through a couple of tests with it including soundscapes in urban environments.
I have noticed a light hiss noise on my recordings; Is it something usual with field recordings that I need to get rid off with an audio software such as audacity?
Thanks for your help.
Here are the audio samples. Enjoy
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I've created different time scales of 20 and 30 seconds. I will send a link as soon as it's uploaded.
Hi Master Jaga,
wav or mp3, the best quality for hearing test and if possible slowly from 1 till 25khz like this:
click on and then on
How long do you want the sound file?
What waveform would you like?
What quality or format?
Not so fast boys!
here is just a quick suggestion,
I think this is a nice riff. A good start.
BlueSiren ask permission from the owner. but it has a great license:
if that works, I can shorten it and record a text into, eg.
great text for a literature and writing podcast.
The text is from a brother in law. I have to ask for permission.
Just an Idea..
if you think it is a good idea. send me a PM with thi complete text so I know later what my fantasy gave me that moment...
Mit freundlichen Grüßen from the Netherlands
i listened to it again and the voice in the song sounds a little different, i know they can add effects to it and change the pitch etc, but i cant imagine how they could change your voice like that, its possible that they listened to your sample then re-recorded it themselves saying the same thing. what does it mean btw translated to english
Can anyone help me with a ring announcement in Michael Buffer Style.
"Ladies & Gentleman, it's time for the main event of the evening, are you ready."
Freesound does not allow jingles to be uploaded. If you would like a create a jingle from freesounds you will have do download sounds you like and then create it from that soundpool. Like Timre says it's better to look elsewhere unless somebody sees your request and contacts you.
Using the PRAAT sound recording and spectrogram transcription software I recorded myself saying the English IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet), with firstly individual phonemes, and secondly those phonemes embedded in the beginning, middle and end of three morphemes, in RP (received pronunciation). These sound files also come with associated PRAAT text data files and spectrogram pictures which are transcribed with IPA symbols.
Can I upload the sound files, text files and spectrogram files to freesound?
Hi. The one and only reason I'm here because I'm trying to find a particular sound which I can neither name nor describe so that my phone can make it when I get a message. I have gotten lost in the internet many times trying just to hear it. I can tell you where I've heard it used, but it will be tricky.
If anyone has been into the special features of the Ice Age: Meltdown DVD, you would hear it in the Scrat Smackdown Sound effects lab when you listen to the "classic Cartoons" option. The sound I'm looking for plays at the moment Scrat catches his beloved acorn.
If you are looking for a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) that can host VSTis (Virtual Studio Instruments) there are a lot options.
Most popular Digital Audio Workstations are functionally very similar.
Differences are mostly found in the workflow and general design philosophy of the software.
There are tons of VSTi synthesizers out there.
If you want classic analogue synthesizer sounds the free U-He VSTis Tyrell and Bazille might be a good start.
But if you're searching for some other instrument.. It's probably available as a VSTi emulation.
Any updates on this?