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This is an interesting and evolving area, but in my experience the verdict usually fall towards the freelancer having legal right to use their own sound effects library as a work-for-hire. As a freelancer, if you purchase the royalty-free right to a sound effects library and are hired by a company that does not have their own library, you can use your own ...


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I'd prefer to have it just chopped into sections 4-5 minutes long and have them labeled a,b,c,d,e etc. It makes it easy to import a short section when you only need 30 seconds of ambience but then you can piece them together if you need long sections.


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A procedure that would definitely work: for each file ${f}.wav, Split it up to M/S stereo, i.e. to a file ${f}_M.wav and a file ${f}_S.wav. For instance with ffmpeg -i ${f}.wav -filter_complex "[0:0]pan=1c|c0=0.5 * c0 + 0.5 * c1[mid];[0:0]pan=1c|c0 = 0.5 * c0 + -0.5 * c1[side]" -map "[mid]" ${f}_M.wav -map "[side]" ${f}_S.wav If f.wav is actually mono, ...


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I had the same problem a few years ago, so I made Excel table for it manually from Juicer searcher, you can download it here - hope it'll help: http://liquidblasted.net/other/juicy_sound_tracklist_4.zip UPD: Here is a link to all tracklists for Digital Juice I, II, III and IV volumes: http://liquidblasted.net/other/digital_juice_tracklists.zip


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I'd prefer option a), because I often end up with an ambience recording, that stops exactly where I want it to continue. It is a little bit more work, but in the end there is added value if you can decide by yourself where those representative sections are. Another option would be to have markers in the recording that point out the representative sections ...


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It´s flexible : if you need a gunshot from 1m away, you got it, and 200 m away you got it too ... Very useful for battle scenes for exemple : i quickly edit all the mics In parallel, and then mute and balance them to Sound close or distant. So yes it comes up With a very large session In your DAW ;-)


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Looking at some vehicles with similar engine configs (6.0L 325 hp [242 kW] V8 (2003–07) 6.2L 393 hp [293 kW] V8 (2008–09)), you may want to investigate the following: Ford F350 Ford Excursion GMC Sierra That's if you're looking to closely approximate the actual sound. If your needs aren't as rigid and you just need it to sound "beefy" and cool, then start ...


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There's relatively good INT and EXT coverage of an H2 in the Sound Ideas HD General Library. A quick search of our SFX library yields 120 recordings from them.


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http://www.sound-ideas.com/artfoley.html http://www.hollywoodedge.com/Foley-Footsteps-Sonic-Boon-P39C8.aspx


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