4011 - Rod
4010 - fuel
Nice try but I don't like the way it's spoken, it doesn't really sound powerful ...
4009 - Exhausting
4008 - tiring
4007 - work
4006 - Craft
4005 - art
4004 - Cover
I'm looking for a clip of the tip of a pencil hitting a wooden table. Just once.
I want lots of reverb, it's for a thriller/horror short film. No ambient, I got that covered, but make it real creepy.
I tried making it myself, but it turned out rather horrible, so I'll greatly appreciate it if any one of you talented people on here could help me out.
Hey, in case nobody will answer you, try yourself playing with Pitch shifters, detune recorded voice on 1 octave or lower, and mix with original or not (how do you like). Very easy, if you`ve never tried recording smth using DAW`s then try Audacity
4003 - veil
Hey everybody, I'm looking for someone who can say the following lines in a deep, "movie trailer" styled voice for my college project. Thank you to anybody who can do it, and here are the lines I would like to be spoken:
Warning! This video may contain footage of distasteful modifications to vehicles and/or shoddy editing. Viewer discretion is advised. [pause]
Darkness has been bestowed upon the small town of Bromsgrove... [pause]
You'd think that it'd be silent around this time, right? [pause]
...think again. [pause]
Based off of an idea I just had while showering... [pause]
BOY RACERS! [pause]
What better way to have a relaxing night's sleep than to hear people constantly street racing right outside your home? [pause]
So much rice that Uncle Ben himself would be jealous! [pause]
Critics are calling it "bad"! [pause]
...but wait a minute, bad is slang for good, right? [pause]
Race on down to the cinema this summer to catch... [pause]
Rated "M" for "Mediocre". [end]
Hope I'm not asking for too much. Thanks again to anyone who can help me.
Hello everyone . I was looking for few days someone who can make for me fantazy samples for promo movie . I have no idea how to do it by my self . And finnly i find this web . Please if any 1 can help me I would really appreciate it ( sorry for my english )
I dream that the voice was kept as to the time of King Arthur and Camelot or something like that
-in The lands-
-where kindoms fight-
-for the territory and resources-
-Everything coming to change-
-From the deepest depths of hell-
-new evil appears-
Join Us, Fight with us, and die with us
For the glory of albion
Thank u for any help
Nice try but I don't like the way it's spoken, it doesn't really sound powerful and it sounds like you are half a sleep and I don't like the dutch accent. I prefer a British/English accent.
So as a vocal I can't use these, however I could try and make neuro basses of the voice for my next project.
Thank you for your time and effort.
One of the problem is that many of these sounds don't exist in the real world or are not made be acoustic instruments.
A piano is a piano... A violin is a violin, etc...
Stabs (or stingers) are just sounds with a fast attack and a kind of pizzcato feel, right?
So you could use a gate or envelopes to modify piano sounds, maybe add a synth on top and make 'piano stabs'...
In the same way, what is a pad? Sure, could be a synth patch. But you can also strech and manipulate a guitar sound to tur it into a pad...
Lets not even get into wooshes, swooshes, risers and ascends...
The point is: some of these sounds can be various things, fit into multiple categories.
Here is where the Freesound tag system really helps.
My first example could ve tagges as 'piano', 'synth', 'stab'
The second example maybe 'streeched', 'ambient-guitar', 'guitar-pad', etc
Think not just of how you would classify your sounds, but how others might classify or search for them.
Freesound now has an automated tag suggestion algorithm. If you type 2 or 3 tGs, Freesound will suggest ither tags that often appear together with those. You don't need to add those tags, but if you want to, just click on them. It is very useful to suggest some tags you might not have thought of.
RAW data of your request;
I am looking for someone that could record a few words, preferably dry and without any dramatic/excessive room noises. Monotone. (Pre-drop and/or break usage)
The words I am requesting are: 'neuro, neurofunk, neurohop, neurostyle, neuro house, neurostep' and 2 sentences: 'neuro in your brain, neuro in my brain'.
They are for a 90 BPM project and 174 BPM project in the key of E with a heavy distorted bass, grown up, dark, futuristic, musculair sound to give you an idea what they are for.
Thank you, I hope someone could do this. Had some great experiences in the past
AlienXXX wrote:BillyBoBBizWorth wrote:
IM IN!!! Alien,want to be my partner in this?
OK, request aknowledged.
Need to sort out a few things first, but will send you an IM with my email in the next 24h.
Message was sent 4 days ago. So far heard nothing back. Not sure if this was for real.
I'm about to post a production elements sound pack to Freesound but I want to make sure that the sounds are classified as accurately as possible. I read a definition list of the various catagories but, looking at various sound libraries I own, I find myself rather confused.
What is the difference between a chopper and a stutter? Many whooshes also ascend so what's the difference between an ascend and a whoosh?
When is a whoosh not a whoosh but instead a sweeper or, indeed, an ascend?
Is there a difference between hits and impacts?
The one I really struggle with is stingers and stabs. One definition I've seen defines a stinger as a mixture of quite a few elements. Stingers in other libraries don't work like this though.
There seems to be considerable overlap and perhaps these umbrella terms are subjective to the point of virtual uselessness, but I'd like to point prospective users of my work in the right direction if possible.
I wondered what peoples' thoughts and experiences were