Maybe more precise FFT resynthesis?
Good gear doesn't make a good sound designer, but a good sound designer can make up for bad gear. . .
hmm... maybe there's a way to combine it with a Shepard tone so the doppler is "continuous" (assuming our perspective is fixed from outside the rocket) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shepard_tone
that's a great question. In theater have A\B switches like this to test microphones against eachother. In terms of a software solution, if I weren't writing my own tool in MAX\MSP, I'd be inclined to ...
I was just about to suggest that tent idea but you beat me to it! I've never parachuted, but you might want to also add in some rattling metal gear? maybe a few carbiners rattling together. The one ...
I understand this question although don't know of a way to solve it. Basically the OP wants to bypass live processing in the channel strip when the playhead isn't running. . .
For that kind of flexitone twang sound I like to use japanese saws
I use and highly recommend squarespace. ( My site is jeremyb.com )
It's certainly VERY similar to the aforementioned hissandroar tortured piano, but it's not that. There are maybe only 2 or 3 libraries available from this company and they are all similar in vein to ...
The Fokke Can Sannes free Claustrophobia IRs look really great! Thanks for the link
Think of overtones or harmonics as vast palate of primary 'colors'. It's the final mixture of them that results in the ultimate color\timbre of the sound.
look into broadcast delay units from the radio world like this one http://www.sonifex.co.uk/redbox/rbpd2_ld.shtml
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These might help you out so you don't have to write your own scripts for qlab... http://wiki.figure53.com/QLab+Scripts+and+Macros