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Discussion in 'Fan Audio' started by To_Mega_Therion, Oct 24, 2005.

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  1. To_Mega_Therion Jedi Youngling

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    Hi,

    I'm curious to know which programs people use to create these audio dramas. Is there any simple freeware out there that could do the trick?
  2. keithabbott Jedi Grand Master

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  3. To_Mega_Therion Jedi Youngling

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    Jul 9, 2005
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    Well this program looks pretty good, but I can't seem to get it to play anything once I get it in there!
  4. keithabbott Jedi Grand Master

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    I've never heard anyone having a problem with it. Maybe you're having a setup problem of some sort.
  5. To_Mega_Therion Jedi Youngling

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    Jul 9, 2005
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    Probably. It says soething about my "output" setings. I'll have to have a play with it!
  6. keithabbott Jedi Grand Master

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    You may have to select which audio device to use somewhere in the program or perhaps a place that can be used as a sratch disk.
  7. Wolfgang_Yehrekaz Jedi Youngling

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    Nov 23, 2005
    Hey,

    Are you saying using audacity for music in films? Or things like blaster and lightsaber sound effects?
    Because thats what I need. Are there any decent free programs out there that let you insert sound effects into video files?

    Thanks
  8. jedi20111 Jedi Youngling

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    Feb 14, 2006
    Hi. I got all the star wars sound effects right here. Just reply if you want.
  9. Subbies Jedi Youngling

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    Feb 19, 2006
    hi I'm Sub-Zero

    Could you please send me sounds?

    I'm trying to make a short film but desperately need sound?

    Cand you help?

    Deon
  10. Jedi-Washington Jedi Padawan

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    Aug 3, 2003
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    Humm, well, I was lucky. I got a little Tascam sound card with 2 XLR ports so I could do simple voice overs with good microphones. I havn't done dramas before, but this card came with Cubase LE. It's a light edition of the real Cubase programs, but it works perfectly for what I'm doing. I used it to match a MIDI pre-score I wrote to a college film student's film before we recorded it. It accepts .mid, .Wav, .mp3 and most usual formats also. I've also matched some sound effects to a 3D clip posted on here a while ago and didn't have much trouble with it. Never released it, but I had fun just trying to get it to sound right.

    So if you get the chance, try and buy something that has LE in it. I havn't tried audacity, but I love this.

    ~JW
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