Daily Challenge Sponsor: Dean KlemickTwitter: @deanlk Challenge: The sound of a woman sitting down on a leather sofa; radio plays. I’ll post an update within a day. UPDATE: I recorded the sound of sitting down on a vinyl leather chair, then a click of a lamp switch (simulating the sound of turning on a radio), […]
Daily Challenge Sponsor: Music Marketing [dot] comWebsite: musicmarketing.com Challenge: The sound of a record scratching. I’ll post an update within a day. UPDATE:Below are various versions of record scratches. I left them as raw recordings with only fades applied to the beginnings and ends.
Daily Challenge Sponsor: Danger Cave MediaWebsite: dangercavemedia.com Challenge: Create the sound of a low rumble, fire, and an explosion. I will post the update within a day. UPDATE:The best low rumble that I found was by recording the floorboard of my car while driving. I recorded at 96k/24bit and then resampled it to 48K (half-speed) […]
Daily Challenge Sponsor: Gene Blalock Website: seraphfilms.net Challenge: Create the sound of a deserted, dirty, gritty alley. I’ll post an update within a day. UPDATE: I imagined all kinds of sounds that you might encounter in an alley. In my head I pictured a scene in a movie with some paper being blown by the […]
Daily Challenge Sponsor: Guillermo Martinez Challenge: Create a sound of a futuristic engine, weapon, or scanner (think Star Trek, Doctor Who, and Stargate). UPDATE:I created and recorded some sounds, mashed them up, manipulated them, and came up with the sound of some kind of futuristic machine. I imagine it as some kind of large scanning […]
Daily Challenge Sponsor: Eric Striffler Twitter: @ericstriffler Challenge: Create the sound of a high school party. I’ll post an update within a day. UPDATE: So I was able to convince some friends to be my high school party ambience, although they are all beyond high school. I recorded several minutes with six different audio tracks. […]
Daily Challenge Sponsor: Fabian BeckerTwitter: @geekproject Challenge: Create sounds of rocks sliding on any kind of surface. They should be able to be used as a sound for a sliding action on a touch pad or as transitions when changing slides. Note: This is the very first of my daily challenges that I am undertaking. […]