Realistic Walking Sounds

  • #1, by marvelThursday, 07. January 2016, 15:52 5 years ago
    Hey Guys, i'm looking for a couple of realistic walking sounds - for example for stone, wet stone, wood, sand and snow. Any suggestions where I could find good sounds of this kind? smile

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  • #2, by tristan-kangThursday, 07. January 2016, 16:00 5 years ago
    lol... new year's first thread is this one. Very nice.

    I'm currently using Adobe Audition. If you use it, you can download a lot of good stuffs in here. http://offers.adobe.com/en/na/audition/offers/audition_dlc/A...

    I'm not sure people who don't own Audition can use it as well tho.

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  • #3, by CkobaSaturday, 09. January 2016, 16:48 5 years ago
    Wow, Adobe provides a lot of useful sounds.

    > I'm not sure people who don't own Audition can use it as well tho.
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    Can anyone clarify it please, can I use it in my game? Don't realy understand their EULA roll

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  • #4, by ke4Saturday, 09. January 2016, 17:08 5 years ago
    This is a good site for sounds, but it's not free though.

    http://www.soundsnap.com/human/footsteps

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  • #5, by afrlmeSaturday, 09. January 2016, 18:40 5 years ago
    Could always buy a field recorder. There are plenty of decent digital recorders which would probably save a fair bit of money in the long run, well as opposed to buying special software or purchasing sounds for commercial use.

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  • #6, by tristan-kangSaturday, 09. January 2016, 19:57 5 years ago
    Wow, Adobe provides a lot of useful sounds.

    > I'm not sure people who don't own Audition can use it as well tho.
    >
    Can anyone clarify it please, can I use it in my game? Don't realy understand their EULA roll


    "Adobe® Audition® software includes thousands of uncompressed, royalty-free audio sound effects and music loop files. These files have been grouped together by type and style into ZIP archives that can be downloaded using the links below."

    "2.5 Content Files. “Content Files” means Adobe-provided sample files such as stock images or sounds. Unless the documentation or specific license associated with the Content Files state otherwise, you may use, display, modify, reproduce, and distribute any of the Content Files. However, you may not distribute the Content Files on a stand-alone basis (i.e., in circumstances in which the Content Files constitute the primary value of the product being distributed), and you must not claim any trademark rights in the Content Files or derivative works of the Content Files."

    It said royalty free sound effects. I think non-Audition user can use it as well but it'd be good you put their terms of agreement in your game folder... or just don't need to.

    https://www.reddit.com/r/AfterEffects/comments/3ib19f/free_d...

    These guys probably don't use Audition but After Effects however they downloaded the resources and use them.

    Well... a lot of people use one of Adobe software... the Photoshop. If you use Photoshop, then maybe you can claim you can download resources pack?

    Otherwise, it's a fault for Adobe for not classifying who can use the sound effects suitably. I think anyone can use this sound effects.

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  • #7, by LebosteinSaturday, 09. January 2016, 19:57 5 years ago
    A small investment, but very useful. I don't use that recorder for game sounds only: http://www.thomann.de/de/tascam_dr05.htm

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  • #8, by afrlmeSaturday, 09. January 2016, 23:15 5 years ago
    A small investment, but very useful. I don't use that recorder for game sounds only: http://www.thomann.de/de/tascam_dr05.htm


    Does it record nice & clear with the built in mics or do you use an external mic?

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  • #9, by CkobaSunday, 10. January 2016, 15:01 5 years ago
    Adobe

    Thank you, DEshini, now it's clear

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  • #10, by MachtnixWednesday, 13. January 2016, 19:27 5 years ago
    A small investment, but very useful. I don't use that recorder for game sounds only: http://www.thomann.de/de/tascam_dr05.htm

    I tested it in a shop. The recorder has a lot of good features, a good recording angle, but it's very sensitive, because the microphones are parts of the body. You can hear every touch, clanc and punch on the body and of course you record it also. I think it's impossible to record a CLEAR sound ONLY of that sounds you want to record. You have to hold it in any way, haven't you? So I didn't buy it, now I prefer standalone microphones you can put on a noiseless little tripod. But it's more professional and not longer that cheap...

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  • #11, by afrlmeWednesday, 13. January 2016, 20:59 5 years ago
    It has a mic input port, so you don't have to use the built-in mic(s). I have no idea how much a decent field mic actually costs though.

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