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I used this sound on a piece I made to accompany my reading of excerpts of Stéphane Mallarmé's poem 'Un Coup de Dés'. I can send you the link if you want.Thank you!
Hello! I would like to use your sound in an animation I am creating for a non-profit organization who provides mental healthcare to children. Is it okay to use? Merci!
Hi Arnaud,I would like to use a small section of your wave wav as part of a non-commercial song about sailors lost at sea, which I am mixing for a friend. Best wishes from Tasmania.Simon
can i use this in a song pls i wont sell it
very beautiful recording
For a family show of "The Angel That Troubled the Water by Thornton Wilder".
Thank you, good and clean
Going to be using this in a song, if that's okay! I haven't planned too far ahead, but the whole project may or may not end up being commercial. Would you be opposed to this?
Wow! that is amazing! Love it!
Do you have any other natural sounds at 80 bpm?
love the sound..i would to use for a hip hop song
This sound seemed almost perfect for our episode "A Serious Conversation". Thanks! - Sketch Comedy Podcast Show
Yes, i use a deadcat over my H4 because the weakness, besides performing enough, of this recorder is its big sensibility in the slightest breath of air.
How did you record it? Are you wearing a dead cat over your h4? I own a H1 and have though about doing some recordings myself. Thanks so much for sharing!
very very kl
A delight - thank you!
Excellent enregistrement. Merci!
Merci beaucoup pour vos sons !
So soothing. Thanks for the excellent sample!
Hey, intending to use this in a podcast soundscape available at www.RustyQuill.com. Full credits in the episode show notes etc.
Fantastic! Intending to use it for a narrative podcast available at RustyQuill.com will give full credit in episode.
Hey arnaud coutancier,
I wanted to ask if I could use this as an introduction to a song I'm working on? I love the car sounds and footsteps !
Very nice sound! Lacks a little bit of treble, though.
Hello I am wanting to use for an in-class sound design project please? Pretty please?
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