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Any suggestions for decent libraries of whooshes and transitions?
Alot of the stuff we have in our library currently is very Sci Fi/a bit mental, I would love to snap up a kit of useable sounds for spotting promos and corporate videos (plainer, more pedestrian stuff) so i don't have to create a sound for every spot like I do currently, far too time consuming for those shorter promo sessions.
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There's this one library called big whoosh. Can't remember if that one is more over the top or not, so look for some samples to listen to first. It takes a bit more effort, but for more "tame" whooshes I've often had luck with arrow whiz bys and whooshes intended for fight sounds. Sometimes you want to pitch them down a touch and give them a little verb. You could find these sorts of recordings prbably in a general fx library, a mini library of medieval combat fx, or a la carte on a site like sound dogs. Just design a whole bunch ahead of time and keep them on hand.