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    Animated film: corrugated iron being dragged over rocks


    Hello Sirs and Madams

    I'm working on the foley for a short animated film. One sound I'm having difficulty getting is that of corrugated iron being dragged up a rocky slope. I've found most of the outdoor sounds I need while out location recording, but there seems to be a shortage of corrugated iron about these parts (Czech Rep.).

    If anyone can get me the sounds, and they're good enough to use [24 bit I'd prefer, but since I'm begging I won't be picky] I'll send them a copy of the film on DVD. And a credit on the 'thanks' list, if it's really good.

    In case you've got the corrugated iron and the rocks, and are wondering how to get in character:

    -a good 5 second drag over rocks
    -some isolated jerks/scrapes over rock
    -a few isolated flexes/wobbles of the iron

    I know this is a long shot, but here's hoping...

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    tasmoid.

    a small note.

    ANY file you use from freesound needs to be in the "thanks" list as this is a legal issue!

    If you do not mention the original authors of the files you use from freesound in your work, you are breaching copyright.

    kindest regards,

    - bram

    Warning: if you break the rules, see my avatar. Freesound Admin, Moderator, Ex-Freesound-Coder & Benevolent Dictator For Life.
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    whats corrugated iron?

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    Whoops.

    I must read my Creative Commons licence
    I must read my Creative Commons licence
    I must read my Creative Commons licence
    I must read my Creative Commons licence
    I must read my Creative Commons licence

    Thank you for reminding me. I am suitably chastened.

    Allow me then to readjust the deal:
    Any sound used will of course be acknowledged with full-blooded gratitude in the 'Thanks' section of the credits. And if it's really good I'll send the creator a copy of the DVD when the film's finished.

    For those unsure quite what corrugated iron is:

    http://www.corrugated-iron-club.info/scak.html
    http://www.corrugated-iron-club.info/crompton.html
    http://www.corrugated-iron-club.info/humm.html
    http://www.corrugated-iron-club.info/wellington.html

    After looking at these, I'm sure you'll get the idea. A site devoted to corrugated iron enthusiasts. Ah, the Internet...

    I also have the shot available for viewing as a small Quicktime (332kb), but I don't have a site to make it available from. If anyone wants to see it, I can send it to them.

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    I could host it. (pm'ed ya)

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