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does anyone have a few mouse squeaks they are willing to share? im not sure what i have to trade, but i smashed a TV in an old warehouse once with some cool results, and i have a few ZOOM shopping centre walla/ambience with no music, or in a few cases very little music that you cant understand.
if not i might just see if i could get a useable result at a pet store, but im not to sure how often they actually squeak.
if someone has some ideas to recreate a mouse squeak, i would love to hear it too.
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wet rubber soled shoes make great squeaks and are very controllable.
an old pad lock with some extra sand in the latch will usually give out really nice squeaks as well.
Get one of those stools that you twist/spin to raise higher or lower - like a piano stool. One that is squeeky is easy to manipulate and I'm sure you can re-create a sound like that if you manipulate something like that with pitch shifting it up.
My favorite mouse squeaks came from pitch-shifted puppy yips. Find some clean puppy yips, and pitch shift them up without time compensation and you'll find some really neat and natural sounding mouse squeaks.
I used a stock puppy yap track from the Hollywood Edge (yeah, I know) and it came out rather nice on the other end.