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Any free sound effects programs?

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Hi guys,

I'm a complete noob when it comes to music and sounds stuff (i'm more of a programmer). But I was wondering if anyone knows a free program which lets me edit and add sound effects to some sounds I've recorded? E.g. like adding radio sound effects to a speech I've recorded so it sounds like someone is tlaking over the radio and etc...

Any help and ideas will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

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<br />Hi guys,<br /><br />I'm a complete noob when it comes to music and sounds stuff (i'm more of a programmer). But I was wondering if anyone knows a free program which lets me edit and add sound effects to some sounds I've recorded? E.g. like adding radio sound effects to a speech I've recorded so it sounds like someone is tlaking over the radio and etc...<br /><br />Any help and ideas will be greatly appreciated.<br /><br />Thanks<br />
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Radio effect is easy to do enough. Just drop all the lower bass frequences, and keep the high frequences.
If your audio program has an equalizer type effect, then it's easy to do.

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Audacity works pretty well; +1 for that.

IN addition to equing out the highs and low's, compress the heck out of it.

Another trick I used to do, if I new that all I was ever going to need in game was the radioized version was actually use a radio/walkie-talkie ($50 at radio shack). Put the mic right up against the earpiece of one in a quiet room and play the speech into the other

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Another trick I used to do, if I new that all I was ever going to need in game was the radioized version was actually use a radio/walkie-talkie ($50 at radio shack). Put the mic right up against the earpiece of one in a quiet room and play the speech into the other [/quote]
That would be a bit hardcore when you are "complete noob". :D
But as other guys said, Audacity for the win!

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