If I understand correctly, you have the sound of a bus going 55 kph and you want it to sound like it's doing 60 kph?
I had to produce a similar effect years ago. There is some Russian specialised hardware/software combo that can do this. It's aimed at model builders and film crews and comes with samples of different engines, from a V8 to a steam train. It's not exactly cheap. It has a control input for speed and a built-in DSP that handles the speeding up and down sounds from an array of samples. And if you want, you can record your own samples, but this needs to be done in a sound-wise clean environment and is quite time consuming.
MT3269 wrote:... but are there any tutorials that show one how to use this function in order to get a desired result? ...
MT3269 wrote:Is there a demo version or something of this software you mentioned which one can squeeze in a few minutes of use to get an example of it's supposed capability?
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