Re: A New CEC Project?


Subject: Re: A New CEC Project?
From: Rick (ricknance@gmail.com)
Date: Sun Oct 16 2005 - 05:55:45 EDT


you have a dog? or just a howl?

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On 10/16/05, Adrian Moore <A.J.Moore@sheffield.ac.uk> wrote:
> Yes, cool idea.
> I already store source sounds made by students on my ftp site.
> Folk from around the world have landed there and made use thereof as well.
> On the one hand it is good to keep everything on the one server, but as has been
> mentioned not only is this very costly but also proliferates data.
> And we *still* need a really effective search engine for sound. I havenøt seen a
> good mpeg7 searcher yet that enables me to upload my dog's howl and find all
> manner of other sreaching animals in .wav format.
>
> Adrian.
>
> Quoting Ned Bouhalassa <ned@nedfx.com>:
>
> > OK, une idée un peu folle, mais quand même...
> >
> > Here's a twist: how about we all share a bunch of samples/recordings on
> > a CEC server space? Say, stereo aiff/wav at up to 48Khz? I like to
> > think of it as a Wikipedia of sounds. We would all be able to use the
> > samples/recordings in our composition work, just not for ads. This
> > would be a freeware bank. I'm inspired here by the Freesound project:
> > http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/ , to which I've started contributing. I
> > guess ours would be more composition/performance-specific.
> >
> > Ned
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > ___ Ned Bouhalassa ___
> > > > http://nedfx.com < <
> > ::::: ned@nedfx.com ::::
>
>
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> University of Sheffield Sound Studios
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Rick Nance
De Montfort University
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