What if i tell you that we could record short messages for freesound, and tag them "shoutbox", just like if it was a normal shoutbox... but with sound... because... damn... this is freesound.
It may be a nonsense.
It may be something interesting to do.
Like... we are talking about a few seconds of your voice's sound with a message for freesound as an entity or the freesound's community.
1)You record your short voice message
2)upload, describe it and tag it like this:
- your user name
- your city
- any extra tags u want.
3)Geotag your sample
Imagine... we could then click on that tag "voicebox" and get a lot of voice comments from the community.
Ok i am starting right now, let's see if someone likes the idea
I like it :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
So are you thinking along the lines of like "This website is great" etc etc or just any comment like in the "Shoutbox!"
Just anything you want to tell to the other users, to the admin team, or... well... yeah like the shoutbox
anything Freesound related.
Give it a ride!
Ok here we go, i tagged it as:
-some extra tags
(Voicebox sounds cool in my oppinion)
And I also Geotagged it.
check it out, and make your own one!:
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Wow, just one sound? This went nowhere, I'm shocked.
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