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    Thanks a lot @soundhead! I was looking specially for this.
    But, hum... 8 years later, the link is now : http://theremin.music.uiowa.edu/MISpiano.html

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    Hello, someone could help me, I need this sample where it is said 'This is Hardstyle' from music Nothing Can Hold Us Down (Headhunterz Hardstyle Edit). Thanks.

    https://youtu.be/bZZKeJejqs8?t=3m43s

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    Does anyone know where I could find or how I would create the sound effect at about 1:57 in this video?

    https://youtu.be/IpOJIxsZTsM?t=1m56s

    I would describe it as some sort of glitch with a metal slam at the end, could be used in horror films but its a good way to get out of a dub track.

    Is it a matter of playing with the end of the existing track and then overlaying a metal slam?

    Any help would be appreciated.

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    A little contribution from me.

    These two are my favourites:

    http://www.freesound.org/people/toiletrolltube/sounds/315963/

    http://www.freesound.org/people/toiletrolltube/sounds/315962/

    Also, at some point I hope to do some resynthesis versions of your samples in Cube 2. Thanks for sharing.

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    This is one thing that i think worked better on the first version of freesound (2005-2011).
    At that time the front page had a list of only the names of all the recent uploaders ,making it possible to have many names without using much space.Clicking individually on these names bought up the uploaders sounds,description,playback etc.So once the uploaders sound was moderated,or whitelisted it started at the top and dropped down the list as newer uploaders contributed. All the uploaders names stayed on this list for three days before dropping off,in this way the list could be longer or shorter.
    I think this way was less discriminatory and it gave more buzz and incentive to upload.

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    Is there anyone who's interested in sharing/creating a score/theme for a high-concept thriller in the vain of manchurian candidate/north by northwest. Not a high end production by any means but a fun piece nevertheless. I'm looking for something that will constitute as a classic suspenseful build-up, like in modern neonoirs such as Inception. It's a steady increasing tempo so a slow to fast build would be preferable. It's 1 minute long, no more, no less.

    IF you're interested I'll set up a link to the trailer.

    Will give proper credit. Any suggestions and/or contributions, ideas or plain tips; please write onto this threadsmile

    Thanks!

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    The point is very valid, because the system as it is now positively discriminates whitelisted users.
    For whitelisted users, sounds get approved automatically. These sounds can go on the recent sounds list as soon as they are uploaded.
    Users that are not whitelisted have to wait for moderation, which as we know can take a couple of days. Ehen they make it to the list they will be behind all the sounds from whitelisted users that where uploaded up to the moderation date. Since there are quite a few whitelisted users and many of them are frequent uploaders, sounds from other users rarely make it to the top of that list sad

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    Indeed, I wouldn’t call it a high priority. And as I said, the samples are great.

    Synth on!

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    jamesabdulrahman wrote:
    But if people really feel strongly about ‘fixing’ the stats, then maybe just leaving MS out of the stats calculation is indeed the best option.

    I personally feel no need at all for the stats to be fixed:
    If they show a large number of synth related tags, is because there are now a large number of synth samples - so that is fine
    If they show modularsamples as a very active user, I have no issue with this at all. After all he recorded donated them to Freesound.

    Thanks modularsamples for making your huge collection available at Freesound!

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    gis_sweden wrote:
    Nice. Scary. Some great trix in this short film.

    Thanks!

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    huh, what a intriguing ask...
    Sorry I can not help unfortunately

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    Oh yes, thanks james, I forgot to mention cookies. That's important.

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    jamesabdulrahman wrote:
    If that’s really enough to scare contributors away I’m not sure what to do. I just don’t know what rubs people up the wrong way about such a simple request.

    I wouldn't worry about it mate. I'm seeing an element of trolling here.

    what is, what is "too many to list" ?

    wink

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    You can stay logged in across browser sessions as long as you have cookies enabled.

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    modularsamples wrote:
    Sorry guys sad

    If there's a way to remove me from the stats entirely I would encourage that. I'm not exactly an active user, it's only due the amazing efforts of Fredric that the MS library is on the site in the first place.

    I don’t think anyone’s unhappy about the samples themselves, least of all me. They rule. smile

    But if people really feel strongly about ‘fixing’ the stats, then maybe just leaving MS out of the stats calculation is indeed the best option.

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    Your link is broken by the way; I assume it is a screenshot. Even after removing the [/IMG] handle there is no image on tinypic.

    Anyway, the answer to your question is yes. But it probably depends on your browser and if you selected "yes" to remember the form fill when you first submit with the credentials.

    I use Chrome and Firefox, and my username and password are both stored in the form if I log out. It should also keep you logged in until you log out.

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    I think that would be cruelty to animals...

    In case anyone was wondering, nothing I said to the OP was intended to say “don’t bother crediting” — I was just explaining that while I don’t particularly care about being credited for sounds, people should do the honest and polite thing by those who do ask for attribution, per Jeff’s comment.

    If that’s really enough to scare contributors away I’m not sure what to do. I just don’t know what rubs people up the wrong way about such a simple request.

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    thatjeffcarter wrote:
    And it's not really that difficult.

    Its not difficult at all. There is literally no legitimate excuse.

    Can't blame the dog on this one. smile

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    whoa.

    that was a bit more than I expected.

    I admit- when I first started making music and using sounds from the Freesound collection, I wasn't the best about crediting my source material. But I've gotten better.

    It's the honest thing to do.
    And it's not really that difficult.

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    4104 - Investment