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    5001 - He-Man

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    Thank you so much smile this might be usefull but I already found other frame drums.
    Still experimenting in Audacity, just wondering what kind of effects are good to make such frames to sound more thicker but without getting that nasty over the top reverb and over done bass.
    I tried to play around with treble and bass adjustments but no real results yet.
    Thank you for sample! smile

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    5000 - universe

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    I'll give it a shot. I've got a few things I've been wanting to try; this seems like the perfect time.

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    4999 - constellation

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    well, we don't know anything about this guy nor the situation that he's in.
    We should not be to judgemental about him of his request.
    i think it's an odd request to, but i don't burn the man down.
    Ondrosik has done the only correct thing, pointing him in the right direction.

    @ Abhi, i hope you will find true happiness in your life, one way or the other.

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    Hi,

    A wake up call to O'bamy as well!

    I wonder what Mr Trump thinks as is hears this excellent news during his visit to Scotland.

    Ta,

    Paul

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    this is a bit of a tall request imo

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    Hello unhacker
    What I ended up with was someone set up an audino to loop the sound and this was connected to a solar panel with a button to play the sound when pressed. The solar panel was not powerful enough so had to find a way, not very elegantly, to play the sound, so had to use a speaker that played the sound via usb stick. Original plan was to use a wind up power generator.
    Your system looks interesting and I may further develop the idea using something along your lines. Thanks for the information.
    Simon
    More about the sound project at:
    http://yousayhola.weebly.com/

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    You're welcome!

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    Hi folks,

    I am specifically looking for some VOCAL SCREAMS, PHRASES and similar of a horror music genre. I don't need any instruments or FX as such, but rather just the VOCAL samples in isolation. I have looked at (VST) SAMPLE PACKS but either they seem to have the inclusion of musical instruments etc, or else the VOCAL samples are of a 'comedy' nature (eg 'Rocky Horror Show').

    I use Cubase 8.5 and have the free version of Kontakt 5 Player. Ideally, I would like regular Wav. files of which I can simply drag&drop; into my DAW project. Tempo and key are irrelevant.

    I wondered if anyone knows of any dedicated sample packs offering the aforementioned criteria please?

    Many thanks in advance for any kind advice offered . . .

    Best,

    Paul David Seaman (UK)

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    Hello, everyone!

    I'm currently doing a quick project for a contest that's ending soon. I'm requesting a male voice, preferably with an "American" accent, who sounds like they are in their 20s-30s. For the first two lines, he must sound like he is desperately trying to convince someone that there is something he found. He must say the following:

    "I've seen it! It's out there, I know it is!"
    "Look again!"

    And the last one he must sound like he's promising his wife that he is returning from an impossible mission:

    "I'm coming back..I promise."

    That's it! I hope someone here can help me. Thank you in advance.

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    HI! I need to know, where this sound comes from? I have no idea, so any suggestions is welcome. Thanks! http://freesound.org/people/lartti/sounds/348165/

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    4998 - trapezium

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    As the title says...it's for a funny thing that I believe would be quite funny. I do believe that this site is apporpiate for such work. Soooo it's for my character, a Female majin, rezuma. Sooo there is a site where you can audition and see all the rest of the details. I can see you can make your own sounds here, but if you rather not, that's what that audition button is there for on the site. smile

    https://www.castingcall.club/projects/funny-video-game-moment-again

    So please audition! As you could be the next rezuma! XD Because.....you know, life gets in the way, and that person you had before is gone and......yeah. (not feeling good in mah tummyz.)

    Sooo good luck and thank you!

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    4997 - Trapeze

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    Hi,
    2 articles about field-recording in Ableton website.
    hope it's useful

    https://www.ableton.com/en/blog/tags/field-recording/

    */*
    cajo

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    Holy crap how did I forget about The Archive. Thanks!

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    Cool, I didn't even know this existed on my system! Many thanks

    D

    unhacker wrote:

    $ play thebiglongfile.wav repeat 1000

    That says to repeat it 1000 times. "man sox" for more about that.

    The audio out on the Pi isn't exactly 'audiophile' quality, but it's usable.

    I use Sox *extensively* in the DronesoundTV project, for more on that see this thread http://www.freesound.org/forum/your-work-made-with-freesounds/38621/

    Good luck!

    - DMM