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Online Matty

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How do you search the internet for specific sound clips?
« on: September 23, 2020, 10:20:54 PM »
Greetings peoples.  I asked a similar question on the blitz forum once....

If you are looking for an image on a search it is relatively easy since we have vocabulary that is fairly visual.

But, if we are looking for a specific sound flurry then how do you find it?  And....it seems that intellectual property is treated differently for audio than images by authors of such content.

Example in this Youtube video after the Wagner Ride of the Valkyries clip which takes up most of the audio there isa brief flurry of sound from 2 minutes 2 seconds in - if you were to search for such - what words would you type into google?


Eg  https://youtu.be/yTCDdmq6DlA?t=122


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Re: How do you search the internet for specific sound clips?
« Reply #1 on: September 23, 2020, 11:51:48 PM »
That is a meme based on the Japanese animation "JoJo's Bizarre Adventure": https://knowyourmeme.com/memes/yes-roundabout-to-be-continued

The only reason I know about this is because I saw a video by youtuber Pewdiepie reviewing it, among other memes. If you didn't know about it, I guess you could ask around (in the comment section of that video, on Reddit etc.) until you found someone like me that knows its origin. 

Edit: I also succesfully used these sites here to identify some pieces of unknown songs: 
- https://audiotag.info/ (Upload a file with a small sample and have it identified) 
- https://www.midomi.com/ (Hum the melody and have it identified) 

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Re: How do you search the internet for specific sound clips?
« Reply #2 on: September 24, 2020, 01:40:59 AM »
Thanks Kryzon.

 

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