Syndicated revivals were moderated by Elaine Joyce, Jeff Mac Gregor, Brad Sherwood, and Chuck Woolery.But, you know, if you want something more easy going, try out this program's inspiration: as3sfxr.This can be good for getting a reach-feeling environment, and cuts down on the usual repeitition of sound-effects.
It's a direct port of the original Sfxr for flash, and it's totally great and has a whole lot less buttons and sliders than Bfxr.
The idea is that you can take the strings that you get by clicking 'copy' in the editor, and pass them as strings to the Bfxr object.
Open one of the effects in an audio editor like Audacity or Garageband. The left end of the visual indicates the start of the effect; the right side indicates the end.
Drag and drop a second effect into the editor window to the right or left of the first effect.
This allows you to combine the effects into realistic Family Feud sounds.
For instance, you might want to put the ticking-clock effect right after the buzzer noise, as it is on the show itself.
It was so popular in its original run that it inspired a flavor of ice cream.
A young woman asked provocative questions of three bachelors who sat on stools behind a large wall.
I don't know if it's related, but I believe that _why made a program called sound foley (which I haven't been able to get to work) which looks quite similar to Sfxr in design based on what I've seen of his _why's presentation of it.
Family Feud is a long-running television quiz show in which families answer trivia questions to compete for prizes.
It will also be quicker for me to maintain a single website which is a neat bonus. I received feedback that it was difficult to understand where to find stuff that I create and that it was confusing to get a complete picture when knowing where to look.