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> Where do you get hold of thouse "woshing" sounds used on many recent film trailers when the text flies in?
Google is your friend. Many places on the net that sell sound effects.
yes I have looked using Google but partly not sure what these sounds are called in the biz.
> Where do you get hold of thouse "woshing" sounds used on many recent film
> trailers when the text flies in?
See the Sound fx libraries at Digital Juice http://www.digitaljuice.com
> yes I have looked using Google but partly not sure what these sounds are called in the biz.
These are two that I use. If your asking if there is a specific name for
that wooshing sfx, probably not. The folks in the movies use Foley
artists that spend their days making up new and unusual sounds.
There's stacks of free stuff all over the internet. Some good stuff here:
If you wanna pay a bit, Andrew Kramer has a really useful set of sound effects - lots of cool wooshes and impacts:
And dont overlook what you may already have. Adobe Soundbooth, Adobe Audition, and Apple's Soundtrack Pro, all have big sound effects libraries included.
There are a bunch of free sound effects (and I mean a whole lot of them) included for free with your CC subscription. See this: Does After Effects contain any Stock Music or Sound Effects? | mamoworld