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    pyro13djt wrote:
    Hey! That vid was cool! I wanna play! Lol. I'll try and help ya out. I am making a game to and am using natural creepy ambience if u still need help. You should send me a message and let me know!

    Hey, thanks!
    PM was sent!

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    You're welcome, it was no trouble at all.

    I'm glad I satisfied you search for knowledge.

    Cheers

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    I used to be an active sample moderator and Forums moderator but I haven't had time to help out in recent years (post-2.0) except respond to inquiries via PM.

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    Hello dp,

    Thank you very much for your really helpful post and for the links also; all clear now.
    (I wasn't expected such a brief reply when I posted my quest!)

    Best regards!
    Navadaux

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    Hey! That vid was cool! I wanna play! Lol. I'll try and help ya out. I am making a game to and am using natural creepy ambience if u still need help. You should send me a message and let me know!

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    4773 - magnet

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    i'm working on a cartoon series.

    its about 'AI world' cup.. with players around the world..

    cos I am a geek - I thought it'd be great if I could get cheers from around the world -

    So come on international freesounders.. lets hear what your country sounds like when its celebrating

    would love to see some links below -

    I think all of my sounds are free to use - I dont care for credit on my sounds. just a thank you is enough..

    so please share the free love.

     i come in peace  

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    i'm working on a cartoon series.

    its about 'AI world' cup.. with players around the world..

    cos I am a geek - I thought it'd be great if I could get cheers from around the world -

    So come on international freesounders.. lets hear what your country sounds like when its celebrating

    would love to see some links below -

    I think all of my sounds are free to use - I dont care for credit on my sounds. just a thank you is enough..

    so please share the free love.

     i come in peace  

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    Just uploaded a windy sound, feel free to use:

    http://freesound.org/people/trilly82/sounds/333817/

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    That's interesting.

    Well spotted. I'll forward the flag.

    Regards

    [edit] p.s. I get the impression from you're profile that you're part of the admin team. This is news to me.

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    On http://www.freesound.org/home/attribution/ there is a link to the attribution FAQ, but it's broken (goes to http://www.freesound.org/help/atribution/) but it should instead point to http://www.freesound.org/help/faq/#how-do-i-creditattribute. smile

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    Can someone help me with the voice I'm looking for pls?I need those sound effects u can always hear when the actor sidestepp n dodge swords or something while the video is slow a bit to let audience see him dodging the object more cleary,there'll be a kind of humming sound or the sound of the thing that was thrown flew past by his ear that kind of sound,sry for my badd English,I'm making a video for school project.

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    4772 - hypnosis

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    Footsteps done thanks to user Trollarch2!!

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    First of all, to browse packs click on "packs" on the right sidebar when you are in the sound browse page. It will take you to this page:

    http://www.freesound.org/browse/packs/

    Alternatively, you can browse a user profile and then again on the right there will be an icon which lets you view the pack (if there are more sounds in a pack that is)

    Secondly, You can't save sounds in a collection and download all as a zip. You can download a pack someone has made as a zip file, with all license information included. You can however save individual sounds to 'bookmarks' and then proceed to download individually from the bookmarks page once you have your collection made. This is part of the list on the 'home' tab.

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    well, i did it again. left AA batteries in my H4 for .... how long? Too long. Luckily when I opened up the case the corrosion was slight but both batteries had significant leakage. Close call. If your equipment's been sitting around for a long time with batteries in it, words to the wise. Check the batteries.

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    Firstly, I'd like to say, I love Freesound!

    Now, I was searching for things for work, placeholders mostly, but SFX and foley and was wondering if there was a way to search or even browse packs people have made?

    Not sure this second thing exists, but being able to make a custom bin or a pack on "your" profile to more easily dwnld a zip of files rather than one at a time?

    Not sure if this is helpful or doable, but I would definitely find it helpful!

    Thanks for listening!

    -JustStitches

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    4771 - Pendulum

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    Hello Navadaux. I hope the following helps you in your quest for Creative Commons knowledge.

    Although this information is freely available and simplified in the FAQ here, and on the Creative Commons website here, I will attempt to be helpful and briefly explain the difference between the licenses available here on Freesound.org - I can't simplify these words any more than I have done, otherwise the important knowledge will not be gained.

    Though in addition to my description, I highly recommend you spend some time going through the proper channels and skimming the detailed information because there are other CC licenses that are not options on Freesound; i'll provide links as I go along.

    There are three licenses available on Freesound (at the time of writing this) which differ slightly with their conditions of use.
    Note: when I say "commercial/commercially", this means using the audio material in full, or in part, for a piece of work (virtual or physical) that you distribute under a sale, therefore generating money from the use of the audio material. e.g. a released music track, a movie, an art installation that people are buying, or even a Youtube video if you are getting money from adverts (YouTube partnership).
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    THE LICENSES
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    CC-0 (Public Domain)

    This is the most 'free' license you can possibly get.
    • You are free to do what you want with this sound: You can treat is as unlicensed if you want, although technically it still has a license attached to it, but this is just an indicator that it's in the public domain and not restricted.
    • You do not need to give attribution to the author of the sound: unless you want to.
    • You may use it for monetary gain

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    CC-BY (Attribution)
    • You can use this sound in your works, even commercially. You must however credit the author of the sound in an appropriate way*
    • You can make changes and new versions (derivatives) as long as you still credit the original author in your new works.
    • You may still use the sound commercially, if you give credit.
    • If you publish your new version somewhere, like here on Freesound with modifications, the license must be as restrictive as the original. So that would be either CCBY or CC BY-NC.

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    CC-BY-NC (Attribution; Non-Commercial)
    • You must credit the author when using in your own works
    • You cannot use for commercial gain
    • You can make new versions, again, if you credit the author.
    • If you publish your new version, the license must be as restrictive as the original. So thats CC BY-NC

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    You should be aware that in the past there was another license available called Sampling+, which has now been removed from the lineup of licenses offered by Creative Commons. If you happen to come across a sound here with this license which is unlikely, you should treat it as CC Attribution Non-Commercial.

    * Check THIS thread for details on how to properly attribute. Also qudobup created a nice tool for quick attribution of multiple sounds which can be found here: Sound Attribution Tool: Freesound Super Credits

    Here is a chart I made on Google Sheets which shows the restrictions of certain CC licenses:

    I hope all of this helped, and wasn't too hard to understand. If you have any questions please ask.

    Regards
    dp

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    4770 - voyage