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How would you go about designing the sound of a jetpack?

I had a listen to jetpack videos online and it sounds like there's two types. On one you can hear a combination of turbine noise (pitched) and filtered noise (unpitched) while on the others there is ...
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How Did They Do That?? Vol. 1: The Predator "clicks"

This guy, Fletcher901, is doing a good job - he explains how he makes the Predator sound too:
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Good tips/courses for using Adobe Audition to mix audio story in a 'film' style

Firstly, there is no set formula for this. You have to... a) train your ears b) use your ears. The only standard I would adhere to is to pick a loudness level and make sure your final mix conforms ...
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Meteor sound Design

I've always used things like jet engines and thunder from libraries and a mish mash of other odds and sods. Another trick I tried was to compress a sound until it distorts the converter, (you need to ...
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How Did They Do That?? Vol. 1: The Predator "clicks"

It was made by Peter Cullen originally, here he is explaining how he made it.
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Glamdring sound effect

First thing it made me think of was a passing jet [basically a dopplered white noise] with a ring-mod or flanger effect.
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What would I need to vocode my voice with an animal sample?

How you set up a vocoder unfortunately depends on your DAW and your vocoder. There are some vocoders that vocode the left channel with the right and some that work on a side-chain, that is to say that ...
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How Did They Do That?? Vol. 1: The Predator "clicks"

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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How would you go about designing the sound of a jetpack?

First start with some imaging of the type of jetpack you want to design a sound for - this will help focus the mind on what sort of sounds you need. The jetpack will likely have the following top-...
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How to design the sound of a Quadricopter Drone

This assignment is most likely already completed and my answer may not be helpful to you, but perhaps it will be to others in a similar future situation? Ah, creature / character vocals! A sound ...
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DAW for Sound Design

As long as your creating great content, I don't see the necessity for better tools if they won't help much. Honing your craft is the most important. Of course, if you truly believe that your gear/...
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DAW for Sound Design

Honestly? No-one will care what DAWyou use. All they will want is a good end product. So as long as you can produce high quality audio you'all be fine.
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Sound Effect Used in Dubbing Foreign Movies/ Translation

As with the other answer, I'm sure its just the VO talent trying to match the original performance, pitch, and timbre. Of course, they probably choose someone with a very similar voice to start with, ...
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Sound Effect Used in Dubbing Foreign Movies/ Translation

No software magic required... The trick is... you book a voiceover artist/actor who sounds like the person you're dubbing. That simple.
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How Did They Do That?? Vol. 1: The Predator "clicks"

The giant storks in Marrakesh make this sound!
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