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Re: Sound of Humanity - Typhoon Haiyan

Thanks. Again, I don't have a financial result in mind - we haven't had much success in the past (Haiti and Sandy) so I don't think the effort is worth it from that standpoint - but we can certainly reinvigorate our online presence while we wait for the time when the effort will be worth it. In other words, people have probably and justifiably forgotten who Sound of Humanity is so it's time to remind them. :)
by foolomon
Mon Nov 11, 2013 1:52 pm
 
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Stars and Ratings?

I must have missed the fine print along the line, so....

What are the Stars and Ratings located in the Thread Title block all about? (on the forum)
by JSW
Fri Nov 29, 2013 6:13 pm
 
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Free vocal sound library for you! Happy New Year!

Download link: https://www.mediafire.com/?ijca8pggckjnupo

Download backup link#2: http://www.mediafire.com/download/af3inbcq7n3darv/Volterock+%26+undocument+-+Vocal+Hazard+Pack.rar

Hear a small sample of the library:
https://soundcloud.com/volterock/volterock-undocument-vocal

A few months ago I was given the opportunity to make a high quality free sample pack and the result is the "Vocal Hazard Pack" ! After many months of recording and editing, me and undocument asked many volunteers to join us in the studio for a special project. Participants were asked to yell as if they were dying, falling, attacking/charging into battle, punching, being punched, singing like a metal band, growling, shrieking, and gasping. The result is a hazardous wail of humanity cut into 153 individual sounds.

We may upload the outtakes too if you want them.
by volterock
Sat Jan 04, 2014 9:14 am
 
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Just to say thank you

Thanks to Christian Thielen of Steinberg support for the help regarding my activation problem.

Fantastic and thank you...looking forward to making some more noise again with my limited musical ability.
I would like to say thanks to Steinberg for making Cubase in the early 90's for the Atari ST...learned so much with that program...actually more about music than I thought would be possible from just a 'sequencer'.
In fact, Steinberg was the cause of everything concerning my passion for making music...it's all your fault...the sotfware was so damn good I soon realised just how good a musically inept writer could sound...it was like having up to sixteen musicians performing brilliantly upon the slightest command.
Anyway, best wishes to my fellow Cubase users upon striving to accomplish the goal of capturing the ever too elusive pinnacle of musical perfection concerning the unity of sound and passion...and thanks again Christian.

BachsApprentice.
by BachsApprentice
Fri Apr 04, 2014 6:53 pm
 
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