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It's actually a lot simpler than you might think, take out your opinion for a bit. Just keep on trucking! :) Seriously, the best advice I've ever gotten was something like this: 'postpone your judgement'. Procrastinate for a bit, do some dishes, fold your laundry, go outside. Get back in the studio and work on a different part of your project, come back ...


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This guy, Fletcher901, is doing a good job - he explains how he makes the Predator sound too:


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Since you seem to have a lot of free reign for the sound to take the forefront here, I would go big before settling on something simple like a high pitched tone, pulse, or low heartbeat pulse. What kind of soundtrack is replaying in his head? The lingering aftershocks in his mind of the storm, a particular cry from one of his mates, a crashing spray, ...


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Check out the the first episode of season 3 of House of Cards for some inspiration. Ren Klyce is the sound designer and the sequence I'm thinking of in the hospital is a really fantastic scene depicting this exact effect. I also think of a pulsing cycle of pain/sound when I think of bad headaches. A pushing and pulling of pressure and very enveloping ...


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There are a few things to keep in mind here, and ill also offer some advice on things you can do. First off people will be watching this on all sorts of mediums, TV's, laptops, iPad's and what ever people use to watch movies these days. Most of these devices have poor audio output built in and generally lack in the high frequency and low frequency ...


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The giant storks in Marrakesh make this sound!


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I'm pretty sure I watched a programme about the “clicks” used in The Predator and I'm sure they said a Magpie was responsible for the sound.


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