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A heavily slowed down dog bark could be a start, but you need some power with something like a cow/bull. Some sort of hiss/wind as well, because this thing must project quite a lot of air! An elephant …
answered Jul 18 '10 by Justin Huss
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Kazoos sound like flies. So I'd try to pitch and side-chain that... [youtube]oau9gtG5Om8[/youtube]
answered Jul 18 '10 by Justin Huss
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movie or an actual application? Also, because it is important to have a point of view from which to tackle your sound design, I suggest that you consider each sound as an auditory icon for the specific action it represents. My 2 cents :) …
answered Aug 17 '10 by Justin Huss
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I find it best to set the early reflections and reverb decay time first. This gives you a sense of size. Actually, if like me you're using the stock reverb and are not sure which algorithm will yield …
answered Nov 30 '10 by Justin Huss
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If your camera has one input that'll be one channel and a stereo onboard mic would be likely to correspond to two more channels. To use several mics in one input you'd have to use a mixer and then sen …
answered Jul 9 '10 by Justin Huss
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You can read about this in many books (off the top of my head I'd say Dialogue Editing for Motion Picture or Practical Art of Motion Picture Sound), although I did watch this video about this a few we …
answered Mar 28 '11 by Justin Huss
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Wow wow wow! One thing shocks me horribly: "Is it just a case of before every single take we start recording video (hitting record at exactly the same time - him on his camera, me on my DAT), and aud …
answered Jun 22 '10 by Justin Huss
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If it does go out of sync, I doubt it would be even noticeable. I know some devices have crap clocks but still, in two or three minutes per take, I'd say not much can happen... As for the workflow, t …
answered Jun 22 '10 by Justin Huss
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The worst thing when you're calling for help is for your call not to be heard. This is a long shot but you could try modulating a wind/drone sound (wah-wah style) to match the original dialogue envelo …
answered Jul 15 '10 by Justin Huss
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I'll just say a word on syncing when you're recording dual system. For a professional film shoot, there's a step at the end of each day called syncing dailies. The dailies are all the takes from the d …
answered Jun 23 '10 by Justin Huss
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It is obvious but I'll share it: I once read that making LFE's is as simple as low-passing a regular SFX. For the Dynamic Interference first challenge, I did just this with crashing waves for the buil …
answered Aug 31 '10 by Justin Huss
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Also you'll need some reverb. Big sounds need reverb/echo. I recorded fireworks two days ago, I can give you the raw stuff if ever you wanted it...
answered Jul 20 '10 by Justin Huss