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Re: The "Crowds" Library

Post by MikeQuell » October 9th, 2014, 8:52 pm

mich3d wrote:At what email address should I send my contribution ?
My first post, which starts this thread has been updated with the submission info. Thanks!

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Submission:
Upload your file(s) to a Google Drive account and share them with audibleworlds [at] gmail [dot] com.

Once the file is confirmed I will copy it to a master folder and notify the submitter that it has been received. When the submission deadline has passed I will grant contributors access to the password protected library. From here you can sync files to your local computer. I recommend using Google’s local app that you can download to your PC/Mac/Linux.

Please make sure your submission email has your correct contact name. If not, please leave a note (in the email or uploaded folder) when sharing your uploaded file so I can keep track of who has shared what. On previous projects people would send me files with no contact information and I had to track down further information.

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Re: The "Crowds" Library

Post by squeakyfish » October 17th, 2014, 6:37 pm

Done! Uploaded and shared some sounds of Melbourne bar chatter.

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Re: The "Crowds" Library

Post by MikeQuell » October 19th, 2014, 1:27 pm

Two more weeks to submit your contribution for the "Crowds" library. If you haven't received a reply email from your submission yet, don't worry. I haven't started to pull them down yet. I'll make sure everyone is accounted for when the library is released.

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Re: The "Crowds" Library

Post by chagelskjaer » October 19th, 2014, 1:56 pm

File uploaded and shared. Looking forward to this.

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Re: The "Crowds" Library

Post by SAW_WillMorton » October 20th, 2014, 1:01 pm

Bit of a late addition to the party here, but recordings of a hospital coffee shop in Scotland just uploaded & shared (niche enough?) :)

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Re: The "Crowds" Library

Post by Schottlandru » October 20th, 2014, 4:02 pm

Hey Mike,

thanks for letting us know that emails will be delayed!!
I submitted a few tracks two weeks ago or so, a busy Berlin restaurant, church concert audience walla before the gig, nighttime bar guests from outside and a young (haha, my former) martial arts sparring group shouting away at the mitts at a big gym hall.

Hope you enjoy and looking forward to the other contributions! Plus CHEERS to you Mike for starting this!!
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Andrew

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Re: The "Crowds" Library

Post by squeakyfish » October 23rd, 2014, 6:48 pm

Schottlandru wrote:I submitted a few tracks two weeks ago or so, a busy Berlin restaurant, church concert audience walla before the gig, nighttime bar guests from outside and a young (haha, my former) martial arts sparring group shouting away at the mitts at a big gym hall.
Oh man, the martial arts group sounds like a great one. I don't have a use for it yet - but I'd just like to hear it. ^^

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Re: The "Crowds" Library

Post by Gustaf » October 28th, 2014, 12:47 pm

Files uploaded, and shared!

I have 3 tracks from train commuters in Stockholm, field recordings. Then some volunteers from my yoga group with Aum chanting that goes slightly out of tune, may be quite handy for ambient music projects.

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Re: The "Crowds" Library

Post by chagelskjaer » October 31st, 2014, 12:46 am

Aum chanting and martial arts "walla"! I love it. I'm going to make myself an iTunes playlist of this library, just for leisurely listening...

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Re: The "Crowds" Library

Post by Schottlandru » October 31st, 2014, 2:26 am

Haha - yes the yoga one sounds great indeed :-)
The martial arts group is a university class, so not all die hard fighters - it was an early Saturday morning.
Still, for that background ambience, I have used it in a few projects.

Looking forward to the list of contributions!!

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