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Fight sounds are recorded, not synthesized. Here's a library I just purchased and would recommend: http://www.boomlibrary.com/boomlibrary/products/close-combat


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Do some research on 8-bit/chiptune. This previous question should be a good starting point: Native Instruments 8-bit Chiptune


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Also take a look at the video from Tonstrum "The Fight" library - it gives a lot of great visual examples of how they produced some solid source material. http://vimeo.com/63106064


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I bought a carry case for my Roland R26. Its perfect as you can wear it over your shoulder and the case opens up to expose the screen and mics so you can still record while wearing it. Maybe Zoom make something similar?


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I use a zoom h1 most of the time because I can carry it everywhere and it fits perfectly in the rode videomic pro dead catwhich covers the whole recorder and no one can tell what's in it, I also bought two plant mic baggies, search eBay for those, they're basically zippered linen fabric cases not designed to protect but to conceal, they fit the H1 and there'...


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