This is twelve samples of my voice recorded over the top of each other like a harmonic choir. Then, I reversed them and layered that on top. Then, I doubled that and offset it making it seem like a 48 voice harmonic choir.
Thanks, klangfabrik for letting me know. BTW, that's an interesting moniker. Looks like German for sound/noise factory/production.=_)
Used this as the basis for a time stretched loop, harmonicwash.aiff. I've put it under the same Creative Common license and asked that anyone using it should also give an attribution to the original source. It is a fascinating sound.
@belzecue, I am not sure which "other" version you are referring to. I've always tried to have the non-commercial version. I do that because I want to be personally contacted for any commercial work. As the licenses state, I can do that. I am new to all of this and just want to "micro" manage it for a while just to see how things work. Also, this is the first time that I've been on here for a while and noticed that the website itself seemed to be changing things as Freesound 2. I had to re-choose my license as I was entering the site. =_)
Timbre -- you took an Attribution-only license and turned it into an Attribution-plus-non-commercial license for your identical version? You did nothing to transform it creatively yet you apply a more restrictive license? Wow.
Want a quicker download ?, Smaller file size version here ... http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=102128a 16-bit 256Kbps mp3, only 9.3Mb rather than 102Mb(!)
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