Great vid Thanks for sharing.
waht did you do with that weird radio static outside?
I’ll post a special article about this pretty soon.
great video Jean-Edouard! thanks for sharing. As mr. Woldhek asked, I’d also be interested to hear the story about the static magnetic field 😀 keep it up!
Very cool! Two questions–what’s the cable made out of/where do you get such a thing? Also, why aren’t there tons of cars driving around your city?
Hi David, the black cable I got whooshes from is actually made of audio cables of different diameters and finishing with strings. Initially, I wanted to record whip cracks but that stuff never made any good one. Haha, busted, I guess that was a statutory holiday and everybody stayed at home 😉
The flag of Canada make a nice sound 😉
Thanks for share
What a great video. Looks like you’ve hit on all the fun stuff to record. I love the use of the guitar pickup. I used to play a lot of sounds through my guitar, but never got around to wiring up a pickup to plug into a recorder. I’ll have to try that soon.
Love the sling shot sounds!
Would love to try and replicate something similar for ricochet sounds.
Is this highly dependent on the location you recorded it (for reverb and such)?
cheers for the video!
I’ve recently recorded some new indoor bullet whiz with my slingshot but definitely want to do more again. It’s a pretty quiet sound so you need to find a dead environment and it’s also hard to get close enough to your mic without hitting it.
Thanks for the pointers!
I guess you had the gain quite high to capture these sounds hence the background noise being such a problem.
Hitting a mic is DEFINITELY a concern of mine, this is typical of the mistake id make!
Thanks again man! The vids are great, keep em comin.
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