I need help identifying a very common sound effect!

Discussion in 'Digital Audio' started by BenLeong, Apr 25, 2010.

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    Okay, so I've searched the internet for years, and I've never been able to find an answer to this. In cheesy kung fu movies of the 1970's, there's often a sound effect used for slow-motion stuff... almost like a fluttering kind of sound. We've all heard it before. For example, if there was a scene where a guy was jumping up in the air to do some ridiculously powerful kick or flip or something, it would be in slow-motion, and this sound effect would be used.

    I've heard it many times on That 70's Show, and most recently I heard it on an episode of Chappelle Show, where Tyrone Biggins lifts a car or something.

    Any help would be much, much appreciated!
     
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    The sound you're looking for was originaly used in the 6 million dollar/ bionic man, whenever he did anything "bionic"!

    It's here if you want the original, or you could create something similar using a sampler/synth.

    http://www.soundboard.com/sb/Bionic_Man_Sounds.aspx
     
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    RE:I need help identifying a very common sound effect!

    Actually guy whenever you will watch movie in slow motion that time they will dont do sound you can just watch and enjoy . I hope you got it
     

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