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I'm not too familiar with Garage Band or Logic (I'm a Windows Cubase user), but your best bet is to simply record a child, but I'm assuming that's not an option. You can use just about any DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) to record your voice and using a blend of pitch shifting (shifting the lead vocal an octave or two down) and combining the newly modified ...


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Well, you can get the Boom Library's Designed Guns for $128, which is very reasonable. If you're looking to spend less than that, I'm afraid you may be sacrificing quality for expense. Try freesound.org, try recording your own gunshots, or try purchasing single gunshot sound effects from any of the various online libraries that offer single sound effect ...


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Did you try http://www.freesound.org/ ? Maybe you could find something useful there. Just check under what license people distribute their sounds.


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Start with taking various hits and impacts, process them with a long tailed reverberation, render, make a copy of processed sound and reverse it. To enrich your newborn effects, add some other elements like vocals, strings, stretched animal roars or synthetic whooshes - whatever you may need. :)


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I would recommend two books: The Art of Digital Audio by John Watkinson and Elements of Computer Music by F. Richard Moore. The first for his generality, is a very interesting book useful for introducing to many matters regarding digital audio. The 2nd is my preferred for his semplicity and clarity; though not very complete in respect to The Computer Music ...


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