Hey everyone, I thought with the number of threads we have and get with "how do you make it sound like this, or how did they make this sound" we should get a thread here which brings everyones collective genius on solving the most troublesome inspired sounds we hear.
With a large assortment of libraries and techniques among ourselves we should be able to help each other out as much as we can. I've seen some great advice elsewhere for making specific sounds and audio similarities.
So the rules are simple!
> Have an audio clip or video clip to let us hear the sound you're looking for and share it.
> Make a short and clear description of the sound you are trying to isolate.
> The thread could get busy, so if you are answering in relation to a specific sound make sure people know whose sound you are replying to. You could do this by replying to the original poster, or suggestively could write @petersatera to flag whose problem your helping with. That and then they know they have had help when revisiting NG's!
and that's it!
So I'm going to start as this one has been bugging me, and I can't seem to recreate it very well without creating a ridiculous amount of reverb and it end up sounding like a piston.
This is the sound. It's not the orchestra, or kick/percussion that is heard. It's the noise that gradually fades out. Like a distant digital cricket, or cymbol/hi-hat which has been distorted. It's like the bit rate has been dropped on it or something.