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Re: Looking for sound files
« Reply #120 on: October 14, 2009, 06:58:40 PM »
I created all of my sound files using the at&t text to speech. some words sound a bit off, but for me it works. Here are some examples:

"There is one minutes left in the round. Repeat. One minute left in the round."
"You have finished in sixth place. Five players now remain. Thank you for playing here at Four Aces Poker."
"The blinds have gone up. They are now 1000 and 2000. repeat. The blinds have gone up. they are now 1000 and 2000."
"Level change. the ante goes to 50. the bring in goes to 100. the limits are now 200 and 400. Level change. the ante goes to 50. the bring in goes to 100. the limits are now 200 and 400." (This one for 7 card stud - fixed limit).

I also use one at the start of a tournament. Something like this:

"Welcome to Four Aces Poker event number 5. No Limit Hold'em. Each player begins with 10000 in chips. The 50 point bounty is on (player's name). The blinds will begin at 50 and 100. Good luck to everyone. Let's shuffle up and deal."

Also, during the countdown of the upcoming championship tournaments, I use the countdown event to trigger music files. 2 hours countdown starting at 7199 seconds, the 2nd song begins at the time the first one ends, all the way to zero seconds or as close as possible. Get the first song, say 3 minute song = 180 sec. first event starts at 180. second song starts # of seconds of song after previous song. it takes some effort and some math, but I have done it a few times.

If anyone is interested in some blinds files you can check out at&t text to speech or email me and i can send you a sampling. fouracespoker@yahoo.com



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Re: Looking for sound files
« Reply #121 on: October 31, 2009, 01:36:02 AM »
Guys, itīs been a while since I went through all these posts.
I have a few "rock sounds" mainly to be used when busting out someone, how can I upload them here?

Also, I am looking for a "hospital dead heartbeat monitor sound", something like bep bep bep.........beeeeeeppppp if you know what I mean.

Keep posting !!!!!

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Re: Looking for sound files
« Reply #122 on: November 02, 2009, 06:25:00 AM »
hi, I found a new place to search for sounds... SoundBoard

For example, here is what they have for Rounders sound clips: Click here

so the soundboard is on the right hand side of page, but in the middle of the page you have a bunch of options on downloading... it took me a few minutes to see it so thought I'd point it out

I also kinda found the heart beating flatline sound, but you might have to take two files and splice them togather to get the sound you are looking for

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Re: Looking for sound files
« Reply #123 on: November 12, 2009, 01:05:13 PM »
Hey Tim, Do you think I could get the Hockey Air Horn...Thanks :)

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Re: Looking for sound files
« Reply #124 on: November 12, 2009, 01:37:56 PM »
Thanks Stuart!!!

I received the emails with the files. That is a great collection of sound bites for TD. Much appreciated.

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Re: Looking for sound files
« Reply #125 on: November 22, 2009, 01:50:48 PM »
Thanks Stuart!!!

I received the eight emails with the files. A SUPERB collection of TD sound events.

Thanks so much,
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Re: Looking for sound files
« Reply #126 on: November 25, 2009, 12:39:48 PM »
Here's a Bugs Bunny Favorite for a bust-out.

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Re: Looking for sound files
« Reply #127 on: December 08, 2009, 09:18:28 AM »
Does anyone know what system this is?  It is used by London Clubs and also Stanley Group in the UK, the announcementsn are awesome and I would love to get a hold of them if i could to incorporate onto TD. Thanks for any help you can give!

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Re: Looking for sound files
« Reply #128 on: December 10, 2009, 11:55:20 AM »
Okay so I contacted Stanley Group and London Clubs and both were quite happy to inform me that the software used is CardRoom MAGIC, by a company in England.  Can anyone get a hold of the sound files from this software? Mabey someone knows someone who works in a cardroom that works for any of the UK Casinos (Grosvenor, Gala, LCI, Genting etc) that could copy the sound files of the cardroom computer?
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Re: Looking for sound files
« Reply #129 on: February 28, 2010, 02:50:53 PM »
Okay so I contacted Stanley Group and London Clubs and both were quite happy to inform me that the software used is CardRoom MAGIC, by a company in England.  Can anyone get a hold of the sound files from this software? Mabey someone knows someone who works in a cardroom that works for any of the UK Casinos (Grosvenor, Gala, LCI, Genting etc) that could copy the sound files of the cardroom computer?

Have you had any luck with this yet ?

i would of asked badger at the river boat but they don't use anything like this they only use pen paper etc

will ask him if the rotunda or mint use this program would be interested my self in some professional sounds

thanks

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Re: Looking for sound files
« Reply #130 on: February 28, 2010, 04:11:37 PM »
Okay so I contacted Stanley Group and London Clubs and both were quite happy to inform me that the software used is CardRoom MAGIC, by a company in England.  Can anyone get a hold of the sound files from this software? Mabey someone knows someone who works in a cardroom that works for any of the UK Casinos (Grosvenor, Gala, LCI, Genting etc) that could copy the sound files of the cardroom computer?

Have you had any luck with this yet ?

i would of asked badger at the river boat but they don't use anything like this they only use pen paper etc

will ask him if the rotunda or mint use this program would be interested my self in some professional sounds

thanks

Not too sure, but odds are, the sounds for that program are most likely copyrighted along with the program itself, much like TD with Corey. I'm sure, though, that if you were to contact the company and explain what you're looking to do, they may work with you some, but I wouldn't bank on it.
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Re: Looking for sound files
« Reply #131 on: February 28, 2010, 04:26:31 PM »
Okay so I contacted Stanley Group and London Clubs and both were quite happy to inform me that the software used is CardRoom MAGIC, by a company in England.  Can anyone get a hold of the sound files from this software? Mabey someone knows someone who works in a cardroom that works for any of the UK Casinos (Grosvenor, Gala, LCI, Genting etc) that could copy the sound files of the cardroom computer?

Have you had any luck with this yet ?

i would of asked badger at the river boat but they don't use anything like this they only use pen paper etc

will ask him if the rotunda or mint use this program would be interested my self in some professional sounds

thanks

Not too sure, but odds are, the sounds for that program are most likely copyrighted along with the program itself, much like TD with Corey. I'm sure, though, that if you were to contact the company and explain what you're looking to do, they may work with you some, but I wouldn't bank on it.

I understand what your saying but if you change the pitch/tone slightly there is not much they can do
anyway the chances are we wont get the files so no hopes

unless i can get my hands on the actual program its self witch I dought

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Re: Looking for sound files
« Reply #132 on: February 28, 2010, 04:52:03 PM »
Fubu,

In Glasgow it is used by LCI at Alea, and by Genting at Mint.  So if you know anyone at those cardrooms see what you can do!

Contacted CardroomMAGIC and after several contacts I gave up - this person said contact this person, that person never answered and person c was on holiday etc etc.

I will try again this week to speak to them.  If they come away with a decent price for a personal licence it would be worthwhile buying the software.  If they come away with a decent price on the announcements they would have a deal also!

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Re: Looking for sound files
« Reply #133 on: February 28, 2010, 05:16:59 PM »
Stuart - Unfortunately I don't know anyone at either location.... The fun and joys of being in the midwest of the States.... LOL

Robert - you are right in that if you change the sounds, there won't be much they can do... From how it sounded to me (and perhaps I interpreted what you said wrong), you wanted to use the sounds as they were. And where there's a will, there is a way - Not sure what all I can do to help get the files you're looking for but I can see if I can do anything.
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Re: Looking for sound files
« Reply #134 on: February 28, 2010, 05:54:00 PM »
apologies I meant to address that to Robert!

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