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Hey guys I'm just about to start working on a new show about zombies and robots battling it out in the future. Epic, i know. My question is, obviously good zombie sounds comes from performance, but I'm just trying to think of other routes besides just good performance to make these guys stand out. Ive played with some pitching in UHBIK-G grains and pitch (which has some really cool effects but not exactly what I'm looking for) Ive added teeth chomps when ever they close their mouth (if they have one) I guess I'm just looking for other ideas. I'm a huge fan of the Dawn of the Dead zoms, I guess I'm trying to lean that way, the more aggressive zombie.. not the moaning slow walker no one is really afraid of kind.
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Also the obvious but sometimes overlooked for when you need it:
Ask your buddies if they have children with colds and record them.
Drink some milk and have some fun in the studio making hocking and throaty sounds.
I also find ice cream is a good way to generate a lot of phlegm and you can get some great sounds that way.