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I wonder how can I make the sound of a mosquito or a fly or any kind of insect? I prefer a comic sound.

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A bread and butter way is using a comb with thin paper, put the paper on top of the comb, covering the upside completely, with the teeth pointing at you, and blow between them. Might take a little practice, but does indeed work well!

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Jimmy Macdonald was Disney's first sound effects designer and he is responsible for so many of the quintessential cartoon sounds that we associate with. He does a pretty good job of the talking fly/mosquito sound using rubber tubing attached to a kind of drum skin. You can see a demonstration of the sound in this documentary (highly recommended viewing for some general inspiration).

Disney Family Album #4 - Jimmy MacDonald

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Rub your knuckles or finger nails fast enough. Record about 20-30 seconds, use a high-pass filter on the recording to get rid of the unnecessary low end, then pitch it up until you get a buzzing sound. It would resemble little wings. :)

You can use various objects to get different timbres with this technique.

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Use FL Studio, and use a violin plugin like here

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