I’m trying to use Audacity to create a whoosh effect.
I couldn’t find any tutorials specific to audacity, so I’ve been trying to follow this tutorial while hopefully finding the equivalent effects in audacity: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHm2m-SWEbw
However, I got stuck on the first part, of the reverb. I recorded a drum kit from my keyboard: YamahaPSR E363 (It’s a basic one, but hopefully it’s enough), tried to play with reverb with different settings and presets, but it never sounds even close to what the guy on the tutorial got!
Last time we got a request like this, it turned out to be far easier and faster to find a sound you like on-line and use that. There are royalty-free services. By the time you build a specific sound up from individual parts, you’ll be in a walker and ready to retire to a nice home somewhere.
I used a mono now and tried less bass drum and it sounds better!
I also found out the reason the reverb effect didn’t work for me is because I needed to have an empty “space” after my sound; initially I recorded the sound and cut off empty areas. A noob mistake I guess ^^
Yours still sounds better though, so if you have any tips on effects that could make the whoosh sound better please say so ^^