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+1 above.. Maybe also try something with Cauliflower or cabbage too? Try cutting about 1/3 the way through and then get your fingers in to rip it apart in one quick motion. Try freezing that for a wh …
answered May 4 '11 by Andy Lewis
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Are you using library sounds or recording them yourself? What do you mean by 'realistic' anyway? In real life a punch doesn't really sound like it does in the movies generally. If you're going for tha …
answered Jun 11 '11 by Andy Lewis
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Tried using some kind of harmoniser effect on the wizard vocal? Maybe that'll be worth trying. Or double tracking it but changing the formants of the voice with something like Melodyne type manipulati …
answered Jan 20 '12 by Andy Lewis
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Similarly to Tim if had good results processing source materials. I recorded some jet plane sounds with a lot of low energy then pitched down and low passed the file to get some serious rumbling effec …
answered Mar 30 '12 by Andy Lewis
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Don't forget to add plenty of cloth track too. Adding some quick flaps and whooshes of fabric can help sell the intensity of it too!
answered Sep 15 '11 by Andy Lewis
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The scene in The Matrix where Neo and Morpheus spar comes to mind
answered Feb 20 '12 by Andy Lewis
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answered Feb 29 '12 by Andy Lewis
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Dont forget to add debris sounds. They'll help a lot with enphasizing the scale of the impact. Rock/mud/dirt/trees/bricks etc. Maybe some heavy creaking sounds of metal and wood. Perhaps some screechy …
answered Oct 24 '11 by Andy Lewis
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I'll all for putting mics where they shouldnt normally go! (erm..up to a point of course! lol) I've put my handheld recorder into places like fridges and oven's before (VERY low heat!) and got some i …
answered Mar 9 '12 by Andy Lewis
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How were the vocals recorded? When I think of a 'rock creature' speaking I have the sound in my head of a guy with a deep, gravelly(no pun intended!) boomy voice speaking quite slow and deliberate. I …
answered Jun 27 '13 by Andy Lewis
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Hi Jay   As previously mentioned I think manipulating BGs could be a great way to accent tension.   Just as an example right now over here in the UK we’re experiencing quite a lot of trouble in the …
answered Aug 9 '11 by Andy Lewis
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The scene in Barton Fink where Fink arrives at the hotel for the first time. The previous scene of waves crashing dissolves over the lobby shot but we still hear the waves. Didn't have any luck find …
answered Nov 22 '12 by Andy Lewis
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I found by quickly running the back of the fingers together (or more so the fleshy middle joint section below the nail) in a fast up/down movement made for a pretty cool insect flight sound when pitch …
answered May 27 '12 by Andy Lewis
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Ive got the Roll Sound book which covers a lot of useful stuff. http://www.rollsoundbook.com/ sale on at the moment too. You could try YouTube for some basic info. Good luck
answered Jan 19 '12 by Andy Lewis
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I'd agree with the other posts in saying that recording an actual market place could be the way to go. Not sure where you're from but if you're near a big city there might be some ethnic areas where y …
answered Mar 27 '12 by Andy Lewis

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