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Old 29th August 2010 , 01:24 PM
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Default How do you create this white noise effect?

Sounds kind of like a gated white noise effect or something. Or Perhaps just one burst of white noise with a delay on it, with a dotted rhythm that gives it that rhythmical delay effect?

Not sure though, will try the delay idea later but see if anyone has any suggestions on here too?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X90kf-uJl8k

Effect drops at 2.13 on the breakdown!

Thanks guys.
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Old 29th August 2010 , 01:58 PM
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Sounds like a narrow band pass filter/narrow Q boost on a loop to me. The sweep will give the impression of white noise in the higher frequencies. It's very heavily compressed too.
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Old 29th August 2010 , 09:37 PM
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yeah just sounds like white noise put threw a high pass filter too take all the bass out of it..very easy too do or yu could just find it on a sample cd and use that instead if you google it im sure youll find it
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Old 29th August 2010 , 10:35 PM
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Thanks guys. Yeah i can get that kind of white noise pretty simple to get using ESP in Logic, was just wondering how they got it to sound like its gated... Coz if you listen to it carefully it sounds like lots of bursts filtering down...

*Edit* Just found its quite easy to achieve the effect by actually playing in short bursts of white noise by hand so there's a burst on every beat. Then by moving every other burst a key down in the editor u can easily select all of them and bring the velocity down to further accentuate the difference between every other burst. Then select all and shorten them so they dont overlap with eachother, couple that with a fast release time and it ends up sounding quite convincing! Then a little playing about with Logic's autofilter (set to Band Pass funnily enough) to get the 'sweeping' sound.

Pretty hard to understand now reading this back haha but maybe I'll make a vid showing how I ended up doing it, might be able to help someone else looking for the same kind of sound in future!
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