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    Although not entirely realistic, a lot of reverb and slow flowing sounds might also help.

    There's a recent video game "Subnautica" that has done underwater ambiences pretty darn well (although mostly consisting of distant sea creature calls, which works very effectively), so you might want to listen to the sound of that for inspiration.

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    mawdsley93 wrote:
    Can anyone here suggest ways of creating under water ambience

    Low pass filter ... https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Low-pass_filter

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    Ha,ha smileI started with science theory. What a relief.

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    Hello this is Serban from Norway.

    I am available for free sound design (and paid of coursegrin)

    I suppose the project in question is not active any more, but I want to leave a comment here for anyone who might be seeking this in the future.

    You can contact me on salex.matei on gmail.com

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    Turns out it was a pin being pulled from a fire extinguisher https://www.facebook.com/Smile904FM/videos/1150034951732135/

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    Aye can I get a sexy female voice saying

    Ohh Roeky

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    It appears to belong to the group of circuit bending sounds, not "common" synth sound, which is a gray area for me. But could be smt. very simple. Anybody?

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    Don't forget that most DAWs already have their own built in audio stretching: Ableton Live, Reaper and Reason all have their version of audio stretching and offer different algorithms.
    The algorithms sound different and are more appropriate for different types of material. But sometimes using the 'wrong' algorithm or over-stretching can (sometimes) introduce interesting glitches/artifacts.

    The in-DAW stretch does not go as far as paulstretch.
    So you may need to render the audio and them re-stretch again.

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    I think it would be really nice to get notified when Freesound users you follow upload new sounds. Anyone agree?

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    You may have heard the staples business depot commercial with the big red button that you push to make things easy. When you push the button it says "well that was easy" I'm looking for the same thing but for them to say " well that's ironic". Thank you

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    The link is dead, now it's here :
    http://www.soundman.de/en/windschutz/

    I've got this windshield, it's efficient, but not really comfortable, it's really putting a lot of pressure on your ears, so I wouldn't recommend it for duration recordings, unless you're using a dummy head.

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    Now I've got possessed too. Hope someone will figure out.

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    Can anyone here suggest ways of creating under water ambience

    Also how to create a realistic rain falling on water sound effect thanks

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    If you are using Norton anti-virus products there is a way to report a potential "false positive" so they can check the file themselves. You can also submit the download link, instead of the file.

    Sometimes the anti-virus programs detect a false positive. Especially when this is a warning based on heuristics rather than an exact match to known virus code.

    I am sure other anti-virus programs offer a similar service to check for false-positives. Check the website for the particular anti-virus program you are using.

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    Can You Make A Drop like This With the Same Effect? http://vocaroo.com/i/s0KBdABwrPIY But With The Name John, Like Jo Jo Jo Jo John John John

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    In Audacity when clicking on the file name you've got the option "Split Stereo to Mono" which will do immediately what you want, just get rid afterwards of the unrecorded channel.

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    dBlue Glitch VST has a stretcher, along with many other effects
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cADUimf2dIc
    version 1 of Glitch VST is available for free ... http://illformed.org/

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    take it and make it mono then push the stereo image to the center or just do the latter and push the stereo image using a plugin device. I use ableton live and the utility device allows you to change the stereo placement on the track.

    p.s. better to teach someone how to do something than just do it for them...teach a man to fish

    cheers

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    yugioh47 wrote:
    i know it's stretched. what i don't know is what effects are used in that one.

    Yeah, that is the good old "paulstretch" effect, which Timbre mentioned above.

    Audacity has this built in as an effect, but you can also get the paulstretch program on its own (it's a little outdated, but still works wonders) from here:
    http://hypermammut.sourceforge.net/paulstretch/

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    It's been some time and i have already figured it out myself, but thanks for the offer smile