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    Can anyone name these sounds?


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVPwWnD7-J8

    What kind of sound is that at 1:50

    And at 1:55?

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    Sounds like it could be a very high violin string glissando that has been edited.

    Could also be a synthesizer of some sort with a chorus effect.

    Or in an even more extreme possibility, it could be an alarm that has been sped up or pitched higher, also with a chorus effect.

    Just my thoughts.

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    Could anyone try to recreate these sounds? I'd like to use them!

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    Here are two very quick attempts using synths, which you can preview here:

    A - http://www.freesound.org/tickets/48834597aef04166a7d36bd2c1caaf60/
    B (with chorus) - http://www.freesound.org/tickets/d3f2a957fb7c44ab9ebd101193925525/

    Once they are moderated, you can download them from:
    A - http://www.freesound.org/people/InspectorJ/sounds/370196/
    B - http://www.freesound.org/people/InspectorJ/sounds/370195/

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    Can you recreate the sound at 1:55

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    Hey - InspectorJ -
    How did you know?
    Just by Hearing it out? OR you used online tool or something ?

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    Awnser: He's awesome. Accept it!

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    williamson34 wrote:
    Hey - InspectorJ -
    How did you know?
    Just by Hearing it out? OR you used online tool or something ?

    Just by hearing.

    I'd been experimenting with synthesizers a lot recently, and had built a simple synth that sounded similar to what appears in that clip. And when something sounds electronic, there's a good chance it was built through a synthesizer of some sort.

    Of course, I am quite sure there are other methods of creating the same or a similar sound, but as long as it sounds close, it's usually quite passable. wink

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