Every upload on FreeSound has a license. You can find that information on the right side of the page, directly beneath the yellow "Download" button√
This particular recording is licensed as "Attribution/Noncommercial", which means two things...
1st it means that you are supposed to credit me, that is... tell other people where you got the sound from. But, I don't really care about that :] You can use the recording & you don't have to make a big deal about letting everyone know just exactly where you got it from... just don't pretend it's YOU playing my Flute!!! :P
The 2nd condition of the license is more important to me. The "noncommercial" clause means you aren't allowed to make any money off the recording. That one is more of an issue for me. But, of course, if you're using it for your fifth grade school work... that's probably not even a concern, huh?
I hope you get a good grade! Don't get old too quick! ...it's not as fun as being a fifth grader!!!
...just a piece of unsolicited advice, don't use "windows media player". It sucks. Least of all as it outputs .wma files... which are garbage.
But yeah, .aif, .aiff & .aifc are formats created by MacIntosh computers. Since windows media player is microsoft, they've decided to not support this format. If you run into this issue again, as you may with file formats other than just the above mentioned... simply convert them to some variant of .wav. I hope that helps :]
As for licensing... It is indeed mine. My recording, with my equipment, of me, playing my Flute... with Music I made up in my head. Which, as it was improvised... just kinda came out how it did. I felt, after the fact... that it seemed to have sort of a Chinese æsthetic. Though I am not Chinese, nor trained in Chinese Musical traditions. So I simply wanted to give a nod to the apparent influence. I meant it sounds as if to evince Chinese affectations.
Don't worry about attributing me... just don't use it commercially. I.e... don't make money off my work.
I really don't care about attribution. I simply don't have the option of waiving that caveat, without also sacrificing the noncommercial clause as well.
Thanks for wanting to be responsible & respectful. Hopefully you feel as though I've followed suit. Have a nice day :]
If I use this under the attribution license, am I attributing it to the uploader? Sorry if that's a stupid question, but the uploader's comment "sounded kinda Chinese to me" makes it sound like not his...
my ex is from Aarhus. We lived in Nørrebro, in København. I've never been to Jutland.
I'd like to hear it... but the link you sent is just like you copied the url. That doesn't work with private tracks. You have to click the "share" button beneath the player & give me the "secret link" :]
Here's my SoundCloud & BandCamp pages, in case you're interested:
Thanks.. that's greatly appreciated. We spent quite a bit of our savings on recording it at a proper studio and hiring a great mixing engineer, so that definitely helped ;-) We're based in Aarhus, the second largest city in Denmark. I also worked some of your other samples into another song, but unfortunately we've never gotten around to record that track and actually dropped it from our setlist a while ago.. I have a homemade cubase demo of it here: https://soundcloud.com/andreasbjoernmadsen/artless-society-the-faulty
Ha! never seen a Tibetan Fox. But actually Im using your sound to represent an indigenous Myth from the Amazon, where the fox its called "the son of the sun" and its the most wise animal in the jungle. Turns out its an interesting creature in more than one place in the world ;)