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To be honest, I found this confusing as well when I first tried it, and even still I'm not sure if I'm getting it properly. Let me see if I can clarify by breaking it down into a few extra steps - and perhaps someone who really knows what they're talking about can correct my errors. "Step One" Create 10 audio tracks On each track, edit in sounds with the ...


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thing is, it was hard to figure out how to do this when I had it in my head and make it work without a loop-back, so I'm sorry that you didn't understand at first. Believe me it puzzled me at first as well :) I'm glad @JohnSoundSnow was able to help you out


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I default to 'whoosh'. I've seen 'woosh' but not often. Some people even call it a 'swoosh', 'swish' or 'wipe'!


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wHoosh. The H adds the power! :P


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All in all i agree with Jay, though for me normally a whoosh is a form of non-diegetic stinger or transition, and swishes are diegetic movement, with swooshes as large-body ditto, like passing trains or tipping monoliths and such.


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I use the H also, but i usually think of the whoosh as the big processed and i reserve swish for smaller sounding stuff like the spoon whips before processing.


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