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How to make this simple "whoosh" effect

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Streak2010
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232 posts since 10 Jun, 2010

Postby Streak2010; Mon May 26, 2014 8:31 pm How to make this simple "whoosh" effect

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KKGCTZPQ67c

The sound in question begins at at around 3:44. We have two different sounds, one is a weird high-pitched saw kinda sound, and then it sounds like we have white noise, that gets run through a phaser and some delay...any idea how to specifically make these sounds? I typically use Massive/Sylenth. Thanks!
steffeeH
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Postby steffeeH; Tue May 27, 2014 2:21 am Re: How to make this simple "whoosh" effect

A standard sawwave drenched in white noise going through heavy pitchmodulation at a fast rate.
Then it goes through an automated lowpassfilter with a pretty big resonance on it, the resonant bump is also pretty narrow making it almost oscillate by itself.
Then it goes through a delay with no cutoff on it, slow timing.
I don't know how they made it with the panning on the delay, but you can just do it manually with automation.
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Postby MadAnthony81; Fri May 30, 2014 10:37 pm Re: How to make this simple "whoosh" effect

You cant copy someones sound exactly. ITS ILLEGAL DING DONG>

Sounds like you get the idea behind the sound, how close did you want to come.

IF you want to make the sound and you know the components, the next step is, turn the dials.
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Postby whyterabbyt; Sat May 31, 2014 4:15 am Re: How to make this simple "whoosh" effect

MadAnthony81 wrote:You cant copy someones sound exactly. ITS ILLEGAL DING DONG>


You clearly know absolutely nothing about the relevant copyright laws.
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Streak2010
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Postby Streak2010; Sat May 31, 2014 8:33 am Re: How to make this simple "whoosh" effect

steffeeH, thank you for that input.

other guy: you realize this is a sound design forum, right? Ya know, a forum for trying to reverse-engineer sounds to see how they were originally created? Yeah? Are ya with me here? Great!
JeanR07
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Postby JeanR07; Sat May 31, 2014 12:54 pm Re: How to make this simple "whoosh" effect

It's know as Axwell riser or Swedish house mafia riser. You can find tons of tutorials on youtube. I made my own sample. It's white noise + phaser + flanger + circular rising pitch
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Postby primeloops; Mon Jun 02, 2014 9:18 am Re: How to make this simple "whoosh" effect

MadAnthony81 wrote:You cant copy someones sound exactly. ITS ILLEGAL DING DONG>

Sounds like you get the idea behind the sound, how close did you want to come.

IF you want to make the sound and you know the components, the next step is, turn the dials.



Ding dong indeed!
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meltedsounds
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12 posts since 26 Nov, 2013, from Germany

Postby meltedsounds; Mon Jul 28, 2014 10:20 pm Re: How to make this simple "whoosh" effect

Hi,

we released a reactor ensemble | sound design instrument just for designing whoosh and pass by sound effects:

WHOOSH v.1.1

Trailer: https://vimeo.com/98440165

More infos here: http://www.meltedsounds.com


The New V.1.1 Features:
• Import your own sounds
• Midi functionality
• Whoosh through manually!
• Randomize sound selection
• Extend start or end time
• Snap to bpm

Features:
• Enables you to design breath taking whoosh and pass-by sound effects.
• Complex but intuitive to use sound design engine.
• 4 loop / grain samplers, 4 impact samplers, wave mixer, doppler engine and post effects.
• Comes with over 240 sounds exclusively licensed from professional sound effect recordists.
• Import your own samples
• Extended Midi functionality and realtime control
• Randomization features
• More than 80 Presets included
JeanR07
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Postby JeanR07; Tue Jul 29, 2014 7:49 am Re: How to make this simple "whoosh" effect

@meltedsound

just tried, in my opinion it's too complex for a quick and easy fx/white noise style.
maybe for scoring or film it's great, but for just a music maker is too advanced

need re-pitch with note and a easy trigger from keyboard (just midi)

something like Liftor from Kontakt, it's really easy to use and quick

i've both liftor is cool aswell

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySCkVnFj10s
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Postby arkmabat; Tue Jul 29, 2014 7:56 am Re: How to make this simple "whoosh" effect

primeloops wrote:
MadAnthony81 wrote:You cant copy someones sound exactly. ITS ILLEGAL DING DONG>

Sounds like you get the idea behind the sound, how close did you want to come.

IF you want to make the sound and you know the components, the next step is, turn the dials.



Ding dong indeed!


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