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How would you design the sound of a submersible propeller?

That cinematic soft "fwup-fwup-fwup" of a large sub prop element might nice with a low speed fabric-blade fan against upholstery. A small compressor with a long tube might be good for sustained bubble ...
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How would you design the sound of a submersible propeller?

What about not using a hydrophone, but just a contact mic instead? Since the sound transmission through water is not the frequency response you're seeking, perhaps using the drill or other electric ...
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How would you design the sound of a submersible propeller?

I'm a big fan of the pitched down pool toys. I did a bunch of that stuff here. They aren't pitched down in the library though. http://rabbitearsaudio.com/product/hydrophonic/ But @noisejockey is ...
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Stereo Hydrophone Technique

A bit of feedback for those interested - I didn't actually get as much time to put into this as I'd of liked, but did get a couple of interesting recordings: ...
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How would you design the sound of a submersible propeller?

There are these pool toy guns that are just long water cannon tubes, but hovering them at different depths in and out of the water and also just blowing the empty air tube into different tubs makes ...
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How would you design the sound of a submersible propeller?

there are three possible approaches to a problem like this: using acoustic sources; using electronic sources; using electroacoustic sources; in the case of using acoustic sources, you will need some ...
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Stereo Hydrophone Technique

here is my rig I built for my home build hydrophones. It has 3 levels of shock mount isolation. Sits well in surf and wave action. adjustable directional pivots. Very quiet. nes My home made ...
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