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I keep thinking of pitched-up ricochets or synthy "pew pew" sounds. Layer that on top of a zap or something if you want to keep an element of realism there. Maybe a slide whistle or a mouth siren? …
answered Jun 15 '11 by TheFaderJockey
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Absence is hard to convey in an additive medium like sound. It helps to identify what it is that is not present. You can emphasize ideas like loneliness, emptiness, and sparseness through subtle atm …
answered May 18 '12 by TheFaderJockey
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Not a movie, but you should really give a listen to "A Prairie Home Companion" on National Public Radio (US). They do a couple of radio drama segments and their sound FX guy does the majority of his …
answered Jun 15 '11 by TheFaderJockey
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Wild guess, but can you take an impulse response of the room in question, then pass your audio through Altiverb (using that impulse response), through a very good monitor speaker, and then back into y …
answered Jan 9 '12 by TheFaderJockey