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Whoosh, Swoosh & Swing

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Whoosh, Swoosh & Swing is a large collection of “whipping” sounds made by various objects including golf clubs, swords, spatulas, fishing poles, cloth, and much more. Some of the sounds were sped up or slowed down using analog tape to give them a vintage Kung-Fu movie feel.

These sounds are essential to a good fight or sports scene, as body parts, weapons, or flying objects whip around the screen!

Objects/Methods Used:

• Human Mouth
• Dish Brush
• Electrical Cable (twirling whooshes)
• Cloth flag
• Curtain Rod
• Fencing Sword
• Fishing Pole
• Golf Club Handle
• Tennis Racquet
• Spatulas
• Pasta Spoon
• Golf Clubs
• Underwater
• Rumbles

Licensor: Soundopolis
Categories: , , .
Type: Whoosh sound effects / recordings
Specs: 58 files • 315 sounds • 24bit/ 48 & 96kHz • 118 MB • Includes metadata
Delivery:
Instant - blazingly-fast - digital download
License type:
Single user, royalty-free - for a multi-user license, click here

Some sounds in this collection were made by blowing across a pop-filter placed in front of a microphone. This allows you to customize your own, much slower whooshing sounds to fit any given situation. Try it yourself!

Analog Tape Alterations: Included in this library is a collection of sounds that were sped up and slowed down using analog tape. The process also changes the pitch. The method was simple: playback from Pro Tools to an analog tape machine. Record them to tape. Change tape speed. Record them back into Pro Tools. It was a blast. And the result was a collection of vintage sounding files that are either faster and higher pitched than the original, or slower and lower pitched than the original. Happy whooshing!

 

Full sound effects list for Whoosh, Swoosh & Swing:

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Soundopolis, LLC is an American company based in Michigan.  David Fienup is the sole owner, sound designer, field recordist, sound-nerd, yadda, yadda.