Barefoot Heart Music
Any of you had to create these kinds of sound effects for film or games? What kind of tools did you use?
Awesome! Layering a few, including whales low frequencies, could complete the stack.My wife's a camera assistant.
Last year one of her jobs was documenting some sea mammal rescuing.
The sound guy sent her a baby elephant screaming in distress as a memento.
A blood curdling frightened scream.
At the time I was helping a pal prepare some samples for an EDM tour.
We used that- Other worldly when slowed down even a little.
Look to the sea mammals as a source.
Some very bizarre sounds even before you manipulate them
p.s. Raccoons are also a good source
Wow! Very impressive! Thanks for the tip!There was a good one I found here http://www.epicsound.com/sfx/
"If you want to simulate the roar of an animal, an angry tiger or lion for example, take a corrugated cardboard box, place two condenser mics (one outside the box, recording overall and the second facing the surface from the inside, to catch the resonance of the space), take a pen and start drawing the surface of the box!
You’ll notice that depending on how you pressure the pen, the roar becomes more severe, more intense. Of course, you can experiment and change any of the variables mentioned it above, as for example: The size of the box, mic types and placement, writing tool (pen, pencil, marker ) e.t.c."
– Kostas Loukovikas"
Yes I did, thanks, but a bit too hot for my reds right now, I like the idea of coming up with something new, on my own too. Great tips here!
Yeah, Dehumaniser is very efficient and can be used to do batch processing and dub monster voices over video in real time, but if you're not regularly doing this and only need a few effects, it's overkill.Yes I did, thanks, but a bit too hot for my reds right now, I like the idea of coming up with something new, on my own too. Great tips here!