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December 17th, 2011

Please comment and rate!

I used Audacity to put this together for a school project. I did use other sounds from this site and I will give credit where credit is due. This piece is a little lengthy and the last minute to minute and a half are not really needed, just for a transition.

-Thunderstorm: RHumphries at

-alarm warning: guitarguy1985 at

-shooting(1): alienbomb at

-shooting(2): Omar Alvarado at

-shooting(3): cam.dudes at

-Airplane: Bram at

-airstrike explosion: Omar Alvarado at

-Editing program: Audacity at

I would like to give thanks for all the people who uploaded their great sounds, I hope people find my battlefield sounds useful in many ways.

Special thanks to: RHumphries, guitarguy1985, alienbomb, Bram, cam.dudes and Omar Alvarado especially.
Please message me if you are to use this in a video or presentation. Thanks



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    soundfiend76 1 year, 8 months ago

    That sound mix is FUCKING GLORIOUS! PROPS!

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    Purple21 1 year, 10 months ago

    Gonna use in a Dubstep. Will also give credit where credit is due:p

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    2school4kool 1 year, 11 months ago

    I actually did not record the screams myself, I got all the sounds for this piece from this very site. Thank you for your supportive criticisms! Sadly I do not have the original audacity file and am unable/unwilling to go through the process to change it(busy with college and such).
    feel free to use this in your student film! If you don't mind I'd like to see it. PM me a link to it when you're done (if that's okay with you, of course)

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    brycepudding 1 year, 11 months ago

    I'd like to use this on a student film?

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    robash15 2 years ago

    Generally not a bad job.

    However, the voice that does the first yell, and then a little while later the voice that screams, clearly have added reverb that is completely different from the rest of the track. If I had to guess, I'd say that you recorded the yells and screams yourself, and added the reverb, trying to make it sound like it matched the rest of the clips you used to build this.

    Sorry, but the reverb gives it the exact opposite affect. This is just a suggestion, but if you have the original recordings without reverb, try using those instead. Or, make new recordings and leave them completely raw, or dry. If you want to add "environment" to the vocal parts, try standing closer, or farther away form the mic when you record.

    All in all, though, not a bad job.

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