Thank you, Frink!
No worries, no rush, and thank you for reading. It is your time and effort freely shared and it is most appreciated. Feel free to toss the TCW Republic sounds in when the time comes, and any others I can provide between now and then.
How was I discourteous exactly? I mentioned Frink, he seemed confused by it, so I explained further. As I clearly said, I am sure his heart was in the right place. Sorry if a good memory and the desire to back up what I say with links is somehow offensive to you, Timmy, but I don't appreciate you reading emotional nonsense in to what I said. At worst, I am guilty of noticing requests ignored in the thread for months / years and hoping to throw in a little guilt trip action into the plea, targeted at those who had the data (obviously not including Brash who doesn't) , since obviously normal requests to them had fallen on deaf ears. I had searched long and hard for many days and had nothing to lose. Thank you.
TV's Frink said:
Just something I noticed while searching high and low to get a hold of it.
I was simply noting that you were one who had downloaded a copy of the archive (as indicated by your post 108 on this thread where you note it as having been invaluable to you and that you're waiting on an update from Brash) . . . but that you also (as noted at fanedit.org's forum) suggested the public link be removed in post 51 on the grounds of copyright.
In other words, you got it and have it, but then prevented others from getting it. I know you had the best of intentions relating to the board and legalities and whatnot, and probably didn't intend for him to remove the whole linked thing at all, but still, from the perspective of those of us who are coming to the party a little late, you picked the ripe fruit then burned the forest.
Hence my statement: "I see that some of you, such as Frink who initially made the post to have the link removed, have enjoyed the use of the collection. And yet, it is gone from the collective mind of the internet. That's a very sad loss for everyone else."
I was hoping that this sort of statement would serve as a plea to one of the people who got a copy to share (or at least share some info about the filename or something).
And since I've caught your interest, and even shared something new with you, might I please have a little taste, kind sir?
Alas, no responses. In the meantime, though, let me share http://www.nolettershome.info/sounds/ ... that should take you to three files of the wrist communicators from The Clone Wars. Perhaps that will prove my goodwill to those who have Brash's works available. Thanks!
I had embarked on a project to try to capture/find/beg/borrow/steal good sound effects for Star Wars for personal use as a ringtone theme on my phone . . . for instance, the Clone Wars wrist comm ringtone noise would make a good ringtone, and other computery noises would be divine as well.
I would love to take a look through the collection, however despite my best efforts I can find it nowhere. Seemingly, the only folks who have it are the ones who got it PM'ed or managed to score the link for the week it was up in 2011, and the Wayback Machine didn't archive the page until February 2011 after the original download link was removed (and the link was to MegaUpload anyway, but might've included the filename at least for searching elsewhere).
I really don't want to have to re-invent the wheel. Is there a chance anyone who got it initially could at least point me to the filename, or if not, upload somewhere, or if not, be willing to burn it and I'd send self-addressed stamped envelope and the whole nine yards?
I see that some of you, such as Frink who initially made the post to have the link removed, have enjoyed the use of the collection. And yet, it is gone from the collective mind of the internet. That's a very sad loss for everyone else.
Help me, originaltrilogy.com . . . you're my only hope.