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I don't know specifically how the sound was made, but you can get something very similar using just software. When trying to recreate a sound, it helps to break it down in to layers. This sound for example has an initial transient, a quick sub-drop and an oscillating trill. Start with the trill, for this you can use a sampler that has LFO's and a LP filter....


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You need a decent website and establish your presence (no pun intended) with Google. I did a search for "Australian backgrounds", "Austrian backgrounds sound", and "Australian sound effects" and your name never came up. If I was looking for authentic Australian effects Google would be step one. Right now I would think Sounddogs was the only source. I think ...


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Hi Stephen, A soundtrack is like a salad (final mix). You choose the ingredients (individual SFX, dialogue tracks, music stems, etc.) that you want to put in that salad. The salad quality and it's taste (how it sounds) is dependent on the ingredients you put in it, For example, if you go to the store and buy GMO (genetically modified organisms) tomatoes, ...


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It's just the way it's mixed and how good the recordings themselves are. The mixer has a good taste and uses dynamics and equalization in a pleasant/non-irritating and contrasting way. The sound selection has been made to support the mix, because often you can't polish a turd. And all recordings have been made with the right intention to minimize "fixing" ...


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