It may be free, but the sound quality of it sucks. I tried it once, and while the quality may be good enough for some applications, it sure wasn't for mine. Real hissy and digitally altered sounding - you don't think they are going to just give you something at 16-bit quality for nothing do you? For the measly 15-20 dollars it usually costs me to get custom effects for a show it is worth it to help keep them in business.dj_illusions said:Or you simply right click on the preview button and go Save target as, and you score yourself a free sound effect.
if you have cool edit you can preview them and dump then straight to cool edit, eg. set cooledit as your default player then play them in cooledit it and save it was a waveform... like im gonna pay for something i can get for free