January 5th, 2011

Piano, single notes. Not dry


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    JohnLaVine333 3 years, 1 month ago


    sorry that I didn't get back to you sooner :[

    Well, I hope you found what you needed!

    ...& no, to my knowledge there is no way to follow users on FreeSound... although you can follow me on SoundCloud & BandCamp.

    Just Google:


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    KokosTM 3 years, 1 month ago

    Is there any way to follow you on this site?

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    KokosTM 3 years, 1 month ago

    Well my project is due tomorrow, but I'm still going to use this clip as part of my assignment if you don't mind. I have to credit you in my written assignment.
    We need to show different levels of reverb on keyboard instruments. I found yours and a few more off of soundcloud.
    However, you're the only one who has replied and thank you for taking your time in doing so.
    If I need any more help on future assignments or projects I will message you. :)

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    JohnLaVine333 3 years, 1 month ago


    O.k... Dry/Wet Balance. No, this is not 100% wet. Not by a long shot.

    I would be glad to help you with your project though.

    If you are into that, hit me back here & specify the due date. Also what sound you would like. I can do Drums, Piano, Bamboo Flute, Wurli, Rhodes, Hand Percussion, or weird Synth stuff.

    ...it'd be my pleasure√

    P.S. ...here's a sound you might like. This is natural Reverb, no effects used. Just the sound of the valley I was in:


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    KokosTM 3 years, 1 month ago

    What I meant by 100% reverb was the amount of Dry/Wet you used. I have a school project and need to find audio files that contain either Dry, Medium, and Wet reverb settings.

    But I'll check over the search you told me, since the link didn't work.

    Thanks for replying though :)

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