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    Where to buy sounds similar to Battlefield's bullet fly-by sounds?


    Where can I buy a sound like this one:

    https://clyp.it/rjmep0p4

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    You can find a bunch of SFX like that for sale on various stock sites, like AudioJungle:

    https://audiojungle.net/search/bullet%20flyby?utf8=%E2%9C%93

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    I was unclear, sorry, I know where to by generic fly-bys, I need a one VERY SIMILAR to the sample I posted.

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    It's just a snare drum sample + with big reverb

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    Dude, the thing is I am a complete newbie in sound design, I would highly appreciate if you could give me a link to a tutorial, that shows how can I manufacture this kind of sound.

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    You can find several snare sounds here.

    And you need a software like Audacity (free) for editing.

    Reverb (for room)
    https://youtu.be/SydDnwJ1TfM

    Pitchshift (to lower the snare/give it more punch)
    https://youtu.be/DEORHsX_LOE

    Or just use a normal Pistol/handgun shot with some Reverb...
    I don't hear a remarkable "fly by" character in this sound

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    Well I tried different combinations of changing pitch and adding a reverb and got nothing even remotely close to the sample. I can understand that in theory it can be done, I am just unable to do that sad

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    Some of these might fit your needs:

    https://freesound.org/search/?q=pistol+shot

    Check especially michorvath's sounds.

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    I got closer when playing with bass and treble over the changed pitch but still the result sounds very low quality.

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    @Breviceps thanks, but no, those sounds are not even close. So weird, I taught myself to make high quality PBR models via internet, but when it comes to sound design - it's almost as if this area is a black hole. Super hard to find something, anything.

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