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Absolutely yes. I've been testing for half a decade now, the past two years of which have been exclusively audio testing. About 18 months ago I started work as an embedded tester working side-by-side with the audio team at my studio. I got hooked up with a private office and a nice 5.1 system, wedged right in between five audio devs and the audio project ...


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some of them are inside jokes, like the Wilhelm scream, but mostly it's due to the ubiquity of the Hollywood Edge libraries that everyone uses! Also, pretty sure the "eagle" sound is actually a red-tailed hawk ;)


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i think there's surely a short delay/reverberator in this sample that provides that weird slapback / small room space(with more than one repeat). Also there's some kind of vocoding going on , Im not sure if the vocoder is on the delayed vocal or on the main vocal with the mix turned way low. Also maybe the vocoder is fed to the short delay. I think if you ...


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Do you know this? Crankcase Audio's REV‎. Look at this : Introduction to REV Video


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Sounds like a crap way to do it compared to what can be done with proper audio middleware or a programmer who's willing and capable of coding the audio API they're using so that it can do cross-fades and pitch shifting for the car audio. For example FMOD has a car engine example done with looping samples, crossfades and volume curves and pitch shifting. And ...


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