I'm looking for punch wooshes, bullet zips etc.
Posted: Thu, 11th Jul 2002, 5:57pm
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I'm looking for that woosh sound you hear when someone is punching, for example, in the matrix. I can't find these types of wind noises anywhere, and I'm going to need them for a super-fast sword fighting scene. For another example, listen to thw wooshing noise of the train in "The Neon Night".
Also, if anyone knows where I could find that zip noise of a bullet in the air, like in Saving Private Ryan, I'd greatly appreciate it.
and lastly, does anyone know where to get a good, rumbling, windy type of noise that you hear in the bullet-time scenes in the Matrix?
Posted: Thu, 11th Jul 2002, 6:27pm
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Yeah, these sounds are the most useful but, also strangely, the most elusive. I've been looking for them for a long time, to no avail
Any help in finding them would be greatly appreciated!
P/s: Thanks for bringing the topic up, Sidewinder!
Posted: Thu, 11th Jul 2002, 6:32pm
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that site may have something useful, it's not meant to be very good though, sadly, but u may be in luck...
Posted: Thu, 11th Jul 2002, 6:35pm
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I dont know how good your micraphone is, but if you own a copy of the matrix (or renting it ) you can always record the sounds off there. I have a copy of it...If I could take some of those sounds would anyone be interested?
Posted: Thu, 11th Jul 2002, 7:11pm
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You can do that, but I doubt the quality will come out very well.
Posted: Thu, 11th Jul 2002, 7:13pm
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Well if anyone wants me to do it, e mail me, and the part of the movie you want. It's worth a shot.
Posted: Thu, 11th Jul 2002, 9:28pm
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I just got done doing the sound when Neo first dodges the bullets. It is mainly the sound of the gun being fired and the bullets wizzing by. Turned out good. The second one I did is when Trinity says "dodge this" and fires her gun. It's a good sound of the gun going off almost in slow mo and the guy falling back. even a lilttle electricity when he turns back into a normal person. if your interested either e mail me or pm me. if anyone wants any other scenes go ahead and let me know.
Posted: Thu, 11th Jul 2002, 9:42pm
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On a side note, in the scene where Trinity puts the gun to the agent's head and says 'dodge this', if you look, she put it to the left side of his head, on the temple. But when she fires it and he flies backwards, she's shooting him in the forehead.
Posted: Thu, 11th Jul 2002, 11:48pm
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HEY TMM NEVER SAY FINDSOUNDS.COM AGAIN OR I WILL 'have to come over there.'
Anyways, sidewinder and i are the people who TOLD everyone about that site in the first place!!! Jésus! (pronouced HEY-zoos)
He wouldn't post something looking for sound effects if he hadn't already searched for it. Seriously.
Posted: Fri, 12th Jul 2002, 12:59am
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Yeesh, take a chill pill. Maybe I misinterpreted your tone, but you were like that in the 'skin putty' thread as well. Calm down
Posted: Fri, 12th Jul 2002, 1:10am
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Mecha I used to think you were a twat but now I really enjoy your posts. I do think you need to step it up a little and become a bit more ruder and in your face! .... All forums need someone to weild a big stick and keep all in line!
Posted: Fri, 12th Jul 2002, 2:30am
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Yeah I was thinking about 'stepping it up (a notch)' and 'taking it to the max' for a while, but I decided that I should stick with 'pushing it to the limit.' It suits my needs and desires best.
Posted: Fri, 12th Jul 2002, 2:46am
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HEY TMM NEVER SAY FINDSOUNDS.COM AGAIN OR I WILL 'have to come over there.'
This from a guy who shouts "Search" on nearly every thread.
Sidewinder: As for the sounds, why not record them?
A couple different sized sticks, pipes, antennas, ect waved in front of a mic should give you all the "whoosh" you need.
Posted: Fri, 12th Jul 2002, 3:08am
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sfbmovieco wrote:I dont know how good your micraphone is, but if you own a copy of the matrix (or renting it ) you can always record the sounds off there.
If u have a minidisc, BINGO. Just hook it up to ur TV's headphone's input via the minidisc's headphone's input or line out using a stereo jack, and u should have an exact digital replica ripp, with no quality loss.
ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
Posted: Fri, 12th Jul 2002, 6:50am
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Errm any of you play Day Of Defeat mod for Half-Life? It's like a WWII mod thats purely online multiplayer. I don't think you can get many more whizzes of bullets than thats got!! It must have bout 30 all as wav files. I'll see whats I can come up with and I'll get some uploaded tonight at around 6 UK time. Thats if you want em?
Posted: Fri, 12th Jul 2002, 7:27am
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Platinum, that'd be mucho appreciated!
*rubs hands greedily*
Posted: Fri, 12th Jul 2002, 7:43am
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No problemo then, as I say it'll be a bit later on today, but they'll definately be up by tomorrow! I'll see if I can find some punching whooshes as well, just to please everyone!
Posted: Fri, 12th Jul 2002, 6:11pm
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That'd be great Platinum. both bullet and punch wooshes would rock.
Posted: Fri, 12th Jul 2002, 6:31pm
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Okayz sidewinder, here are a few examples of what I got so far, I suggest you check out the one called 'bulletambience', cause I got another 10 files which are variants on that one! Sorta a Saving Private Ryan feel! I also uploaded a few single bullet whizzes which can be used seperately to get the effect you want. I'll try an get some whooshes up next. BTW, tell me if any of them suited your needs, and then if you like I can upload the rest of that particular bunch, or take them off to try and find something that suits your needs better! Cheers,
P.S. An addy would be good! http://www.geocities.com/mystman_riven
P.S.S. I kno it's only geocities but what do you expect?
Posted: Sat, 13th Jul 2002, 6:57am
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OOhh...That's some nice stuff.
I like all the whizzes. The bullet ambience, unfortunately, is restricted to certain situations (metal for bullet hits, large firefight), so I won't really have a use for that.
But all the whizzes are great. Thanks a bunch.
And if you can get those wooshes...
Posted: Sat, 13th Jul 2002, 9:17am
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Ok I uploaded some *sorta* whooshes to the same addy, these are almost impossible to find
If you want to make them sound less high pitched etc, or want to use em for some sorta bullet time, then just slow them down and they sound real good at a lower pitch. Anywayz I'll see if I can salvage anymore whooshes as I don't think these are too great....
Posted: Sat, 13th Jul 2002, 7:39pm
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Thanks for the cool files, Platinum
Posted: Sat, 13th Jul 2002, 8:17pm
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I gotta say me thanks to whoever gave me my first force point!
Thanx! BTW, I e-mailed Mecha with the link to Twixtor + how to install it! Hopes it works for ya!
Posted: Sat, 13th Jul 2002, 9:03pm
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It was me and here is another for being polite. Boy, this force system is like when towns have the police give out "nice" tickets to people obeying the law. Pretty soon even ______ is going to be all polite and mushy.
Fill in the blank. I was going to write someone's name but people are a little sensitive.
Posted: Sat, 13th Jul 2002, 9:19pm
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Platinum wrote:I e-mailed Mecha with the link to Twixtor + how to install it! Hopes it works for ya!
They can't call it that - it sounds a bit like Twisted Studios!!
Only joking please dont flame me :p
Posted: Sat, 13th Jul 2002, 11:10pm
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Hey Platinum...thanks again for the sounds and programs and everything...
but we seem to be having a prob with the serial for twixtor. Are you on a mac?
Posted: Sun, 14th Jul 2002, 12:17pm
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Hmm I'm on a PC, I'll get back to you ASAP on the prob!
Posted: Sun, 14th Jul 2002, 7:29pm
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Yeah, thanks Platinum!