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Neutral reverb without sense of room for making wind

Have you tried worldizing your samples? It won't cost you anything but your time and you'll undoubtably learn a lot in the process. Also, try reaching for complex delays in lieu of reverbs. Soundtoys ...
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Wind damaging microphones

Not as long as you don't seriously overdo it, especially not the NTG-3 which can take quite a beating. What you will get if blowing too hard into a regular microphone is an absolutely useless ...
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How would I configure huge custom surround setup playback in Windows?

Let's just call this impractical at best. You are not going to do this with an unmodified home computer or on a shoestring budget. You need capable hardware & software. If you don't start with 18-...
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How to create a gentle summer breeze and gentle leafy breezes?

Let me try to point some of my comments more towards an answer... If you really need the sound of wind, then you need to re-create the surfaces for it to interact with. Wind, by itself, doesn't ...
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How to make a gust of wind from a continuous wind record?

You need to add another layer. Simply changing the volume of your existing sound effect won't cut it. Add another layer. Preferably from a different source. I have used a pair of microphones next to a ...
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How might I reduce wind noise and ambient noise when mic-ing a video interview?

The whole idea of the shotgun is that it mainly picks up ambient noise that is in the direction it's pointed. Have the speaker stand with their backs to the quietest area around. If there are trees, ...
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How might I reduce wind noise and ambient noise when mic-ing a video interview?

There are a few ways to do this. For one you can pull it out in post production with some mixing tricks. EQ and noise gates can be your friend here. Keep in mind that you wont want to go too crazy ...
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Could wind damage electret condensor mics?

Perhaps very strong wind can damage it – but before that happens, the wind noise will be too overwhelming for the signal to be any use at all. So, you will need at least a foam windscreen, for ...
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