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Using this for a Western ballad about a roomba. Thanks, man!
coffeehickory05: very good question! I can't put it in better words than the 3-paragraph section of http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Derivative_work#When_does_derivative-work_liability_apply.3FI estimate that the difference of this sound to the components is significant to sound designers and film makers to determine this as a derivative work that is entitled to copyright protection.
Hope this helps!
Wait... How is this not a public domain sound? You used public domain sounds to make it. ?
.flac ? What's that?
Very good :D i love it
good job ;)
thank you !
Excellent sample Qubodup - thanks!
thanks, thanks... :)
Thanks for recording these!
Sounds like it could be used for a sort of 'lift-off' at the beginning of a space themed game. Just thought it was really cool.
What is up with the .flac files?
Its a shame this had to be converted to mp3 for my project flac sure does sound nice
Great sound, but its a damn flac!
All that's missing now is a ukulele track behind it ^.^
Amazing thank you!
wowza great stuffo
Beacuse of http://qubodup.wordpress.com/2012/08/16/audio-use-flac-instead-of-aiff-and-wave-use-vorbis-instead-of-mp3/ mostly
what the hell man? flac? how can you call MP3 and WAV a mess? most programs play these sounds, now I can't use this, thanks alot...
Nice sound and a clever way to create it! Thank you!
AWESOME! Thank you!
No, flac owns
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