Well, thanks, but...
my personal favourite is the Loud Alarm Clock Buzzer
Seriously ? Imagine you need to hear that all the time in a furball with assassins, maybe with some barracudas (from Aquatics OXP) equipped with pylon reloader, so 12 missiles per ship in total ?
<grins> Well, I would
shorten it to just 3 or 4 beeps.. so, about a second at most.
Anyway, so Sampling Plus 1.0 and Attribution 3.0 are usable ?
Yes.. Sampling Plus 1.0
is an old (and deprecated) Creative Commons licence that allows you to do what you like with it so long as you include attribution (e.g. - in the readme and on the OXP wiki page). Attribution 3.0
is similar, except that you must also provide a link to the licence, and indicate if you made any changes to the original product. See the links for details. (This is why you should always google licences, instead of making assumptions about them.
Actually, the only truly
restrictive licence at SoundBible, from a gaming point of view, is the "Personal Use Only" one. After all, the whole point of the website is to make the recordings available for others to use. As it happens, my first preference for the QBD alarm turned out to be a Personal Use Only
sound.. which I was quite annoyed about, so I had to settle for the one now in use.
I like http://soundbible.com/1501-Buzzer.html
although it's somewhat too long but an 1.5 s interval probably still suffices. Sounds as if you're one the engine deck of a freighter with a missile inbound.
That one sounds good too. Though I bet if you had dozens of missiles flying about, per your example above, you'd probably get tired of hearing it too..
I don't see and docs about distribution via the oxz manager.
So.. you're saying you totally missed the stickied thread here in the Expansion Pack section, titled The All-in-One Guide to OXZ Packaging and Distribution
(It's also linked to at the wiki, on the OXP howto