afleetingspeck For certain samples, I am not able to tell the difference between the repeated versions? .
some have varying degrees of de-essing, (reducing the amplitude of the orangey bits in comparison with the rest of the waveform), this effect is sometimes not audible on this freesound preview, but is detectable when the sound is downloaded.
For certain samples, I am not able to tell the difference between the repeated versions? For instance, one is stereo, one is eqd to let the highs pass through more, and one has got the reverb. The other ones - are they simply different types of reverbs or just a tweaking of the wet/dry setting?
You are awesome. Using your Belly Dancer #1 sound in my last video has helped to more than quintuple my subscriptions and I think this will do the same for my next one. Naturally, credit on the video goes to you. Thanks again.
No, I did see the license as non commercial. But if you wanted to go ahead and make it allowable for commercial uses as well, it's fine (because I have them licensed under attribution, commercial, too, for both of my sounds that you have remixed). :)
Afleetingspeck “If you wish to make these licensed as attribution-commercial, I'm fine with that (for the other sample, too).”
The licence on this remix is “attribution, NON-commercial”. By default I use the most restrictive licence on a remix, otherwise I could accidentally use a licence which was incompatible with the licence on the original.
Thank you for uploading this. It's engaging, enchanting, and though I do wish it somehow made a full loop from end to beginning, it has such a short break that a simple audio overlap is sufficient to produce the same effect. Would work well for either a trance or introducing a femme fatale character.
“ :) about being remixed ” “ :| about license " I apply the most restrictive license by default on a remix, as it prevents me from accidentally applying an incompatible less restrictive license than the one on the original.
“ :) about .flac ” quicker up/download times than WAV without loss of quality, (which occurs with MP3).