Outtake Editing (Urgent)

Macnoviz

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Jan 10, 2006
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Roeselare, Belgium
We have been working on a movie called "Het Gezelle Geheim" for about a year now, as part of the festivities around the 200th anniversary of our high school from which we (me and 3 other students) graduated, and it's all coming together now. We're tying up the last of the montage and artwork design for the DVD right now, to premiere on september 15.
One of the extra's on the DVD's is a blooper reel, and I have been looking for hours now to find the typical Beep (beep) sound that you hear between short sequences of outtakes. I tried quite some sites that offered sound effects and gone through the Garageband and Final Cut Express libraries, but to this moment unsuccesfull.
Does anyone have this sound or can you give a link to a video which uses it? I searched YouTube, but have not yet found a video with a similar sound.
Adding this could really finish off this part of the film. I would be really grateful if anyone knew where to find it.
 

RamenBooko

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Jul 22, 2005
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Toronto, Ontario
I saw this on the net, but in Final Cut Pro, just take the beep sound from Bar and Tone and use it for like 4ms or something. I tried it and it worked alright.
 

evil_santa

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Sep 23, 2003
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yep, i usually use 1khz tone from my sound desk. Or sometime it is fun to substitute other words. This is often done when 'cleaning up' films when the go on TV.
 

FF_productions

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Apr 16, 2005
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Mt. Prospect, Illinois
RamenBooko said:
I saw this on the net, but in Final Cut Pro, just take the beep sound from Bar and Tone and use it for like 4ms or something. I tried it and it worked alright.
Ah just about to say that, I was in the same situation and went through every file and found the bars and tone and took some audio out of it and it worked to perfection.