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    (Standard disclaimer: I am not a lawyer nor part of the Freesound staff)

    Creative Commons Zero, Sampling, Attribution and Attribution-ShareAlike licensed material is all fine as long as the license terms are abided by (attribution given where required and so forth).

    As for NonCommercial, I would consider your internal company use not to fall under that clause. Quoting the definition from CC:


    NonCommercial means not primarily intended for or directed towards commercial advantage or monetary compensation. For purposes of this Public License, the exchange of the Licensed Material for other material subject to Copyright and Similar Rights by digital file-sharing or similar means is NonCommercial provided there is no payment of monetary compensation in connection with the exchange.

    Since your co-workers aren’t paying to access the slides, and they are for internal use (which doesn’t appear to fall under the definition of ‘sharing to the public’ according to Creative Commons: “[making] material available to the public including in ways that members of the public may access the material from a place and at a time individually chosen by them”) I would contend that just about everything using the above CC elements is just fine for the use you are intending.

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    Neat imo.
    https://www.propellerheads.se/landing-page/drop-to-propellerhead/faq/

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    Just to drop a link to sci-fi audio series "Beyond school" page with the credits of freesounders ))).
    http://beyondschoolshow.blogspot.ru/

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    Made it myself, nevermind.

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    Never mind, I fixed it.

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    Hey, do you know how I'd do noise removal in audacity as a step-by-step, because nothing I do seems to fix it.

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    Hey, I'm looking for the sound of an old flintlock pistol, I can make it into a flintlock pistol myself, but I need a very loud and brutal-sounding gunshot.

    Also, can you add a short delay to the start of the sound?

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    Hello,

    I am an animator for a large company.

    All of my work remains within the company, is not sold or used for monetary gains in any way, and is prefaced with a "For Internal Use Only" slide. It is strictly for the exchange of ideas between employees.

    I would like to add some music to these animations.

    What are the copyright considerations for animations/presentation that will not be displayed outside the company nor will it sold or used for monetary gains?

    Thank you in advance for your help.

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    sorry I can't do anything about it i'm afraid, maybe you could play around with it to make the battlefield lines clearer, maybe adding a high pass filter will do the trick or simply turning up the treble

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    drumsticks241 wrote:
    That's fantastic! Any change of removing that effect you've got on it? It's going to be among lots of gunfire and explosions so we need it to be clear.

    hmm, i'll see what i can do, ussually it doesn't sound like that, im not exactly sure why

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    That's fantastic! Any change of removing that effect you've got on it? It's going to be among lots of gunfire and explosions so we need it to be clear.

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    So you need male voiceover and foley?
    I'm down.

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    Also more than willing to trade work if you need a male voice for anything. You can hear samples of my voice work at:

    http://www.johnwalborn.com

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    First things first, this project is the real deal. Here's a link to the intro sequence. It's outdated and in the process of being re-done, but lets you know what the project is about and that it's not just some fly by night production:

    http://vimeo.com/70009533

    A newer teaser if you're interested:

    http://vimeo.com/113470524

    Anyway, it's half a dozen lines plus some minor sound affects (what does the character sound like when they open a box and find a human head inside?) and I'm offering attribution.

    If you have interest, let me know and I can arrange to get the script for the given scene sent to you.

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    I did all of them, I'm sure at least one could be useful

    https://soundcloud.com/vakodack/d-day-voice-over

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    would be happy to do this for you

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    and we're back down below freezing again.

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    This is for a machinima which is about the D-Day landings, I need a few short samples, preferably a selection of male voices. This will be going up on YouTube, all actors will naturally be credited. Send in for as many of them as you like, feel free to send in multiple versions if you're not sure. ENGLISH ACCENTS

    BATTLEFIELD

    "Take cover lads!" - Male voice, shouting, authoritative figure

    "Man down! Medic!" - Male voice shouting, desperation

    "Did the tanks make it to shore?" - Male voice shouting,

    "Move forward! Let's go go go!" - Male voice shouting, officer

    OFFICERS ROOM

    OFFICER 1 "Our previous attempts have all but failed." - Assured male voice, slightly more refined tone

    OFFICER 1 "This time, we will be ready." - Assured male voice, slightly more refined tone

    OFFICER 2 "For this to pay off, it must be executed with precision." - Emphasize the must, again, confident senior officer

    JUNIOR "And what if this fails sir?" - younger officer, not a posh voice, but not working class either

    OFFICER 2 "I pray it won't come to that, for the sake of all our souls" - Authoritative, yet meaningful and heartfelt

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    Jagadamba wrote:
    I've had a play about breaking some branches and mixing the sounds.
    Let me know if these are OK

    Waiting moderation

    http://www.freesound.org/people/Jagadamba/sounds/256686/
    http://www.freesound.org/people/Jagadamba/sounds/256688/
    http://www.freesound.org/people/Jagadamba/sounds/256687/
    http://www.freesound.org/people/Jagadamba/sounds/256685/

    Namaste

    Cool sounds and good job Jagadamba! I recorded some twigs and branches but was limited to what was in the yard tongue

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    Yeah, but being a horror game, the music needs to be eerie.