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It sounds like you're looking for the metal ring off of the sword after it is unsheathed. It's usually performed as foley, but can be sweetened with some library effects. Basically you'll need two pieces of metal, the first is long and dense enough to give you the length and heft of the scrape you're looking for. The second is smaller in order to achieve ...


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I have done this sort of thing before. I have use good, resonant kitchen knives or a long blade/sword. Slide them against another blade for the ring sound for stab in and out. Maybe try to mount sheet metal or two pieces of metal close together and slide the blade in between them. Then use metal cutting scissors and cut the metal for the metal "crunch" sound ...


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always funny to see different sound effects editors discover the same sound. I know that early in my career I thought that I was being very creative and original when I'd find a great library sound that worked perfectly in a given moment, then feel sick to my stomach when I'd hear that same effect cut in by someone else in a similar spot on a completely ...


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Drums Superior Drummer 2 w. Metal Foundry SDX expansion Shreddage Drums Guitar and Bass Shreddage 2 - The shreddage plugins are at the moment the only decent solutions (IMO): Take a look at this summary for other alternatives. Synths There are soo many. I'd invest my time in something ...


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Have you tried to use two knives with a quick stroke together? Works everytime for me. + some epic pitchshifter on that. ;)


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Hi, It's a combination of several sound events: A pitched up scrape of metal (on a sharpening stone?) Typical horror slush sound (from tomatoes?) A shortened whoosh sound (cloth?) Good luck Arnoud


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This comes up in the video discussing the sound design for Prometheus They discuss it at about 7:21 in. http://vimeo.com/43796489 They use IR's Best


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