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    backgorund conversation sounds


    Hi there

    I'm looking for a backgorund conversation sound to go with one of my Uni projects. I'm wanting the sound to be a kind of blurring on the conversations so it sounds like there is a conversation happening but you cannot here what they are saying if you know what I mean. I would like the sound maybe 30 seconds in length but if longer to be possible to cut it to 30 secs.

    If you do happen to come across a sound with the above details please pm me the info and we can find a way to transfer the file or feel free to email me at gareth_potleg@hotmail.com

    many thanks.

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    I have recordings of people milling around after a stage performance. Probably at least 2 minutes' worth if not more.

    I can upload these if you like, but my the last samples I uploaded have been sitting in the approval queue for two days and have yet to be added...

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    Okay, I decided to go ahead and upload this sound. I'll link to it here once it becomes available.

    The crowd noises will be part of my new applause pack since they were recorded at the same event, so you can look there for it to show up.

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    Cool, the sound is now available!

    crowd-16.flac

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    Join the crowd :arrow: http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/samplesViewSingle.php?id=18814

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    Halleck is it possible for you to create the sounds in mp3 format as it comes out as a flac file and i have no prog to open that fiiletype.

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    Just get dbpoweramp converter for windows with the FLAC plugin, or check out these alternatives:
    http://flac.sourceforge.net/download.html

    It's worth your time to get a decoder since a lot of other sounds here are encoded as FLAC and you can't go around asking every author to re-upload their samples for you.

    Also, don't worry about transcoding loss, FLAC is lossless, basically .zip for wave files. It's better than zip though, I usually get a 60% compression ratio.

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    thanks and this will definatly help.

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    Thanks Halleck, that could be useful to me too.

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