Create your own sound effects, with household items and a couple of clicks.
… and then takes us through his workflow of building the sound design for a video sequence:
We’re mainly interested in just the first three-and-a-half minutes of this next video. While Andrew Huang‘s tricks (particularly warp) are more specific to Albeton Live, certain tricks such as envelopes, pitch-shifting and time=stretching can also be found in most decent audio apps:
How about making an explosion using just the mic on your phone? Although coming from a computer game background, the sound elements Marshall McGee identifies – transient, body and tail – which go into making a “satisfying” sound can be applied to any world of sound, including film and music:
Want more from Marshall? Here he explores sound design for Anime and Games: