Making an airy sweep?

Discussion in 'Production' started by wacked_1, Mar 16, 2009.

  1. wacked_1

    wacked_1 New Member

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    I want to make a really airy sweep that will hit right at the begining of one of my songs (so not a buid up sweep). You know, just like the ones you hear in house music and stuff.

    Basically I have no idea how to go about it and was wondering if someone could either walk me through it or direct me to a tutorial somewher eon the net. (I haven't had any luck so far in finding one)

    I work on FL Studio 8.

    Thanks
     
  2. Wooney

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    You got audio on what you meen?
     
  3. MuttleyDubs

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    do you just mean a pad?
     
  4. RevTech

    RevTech Butthole=output transduce

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    White noise, then an automation clip on a lowpass. Byeowchabweowowoowwwww
     
  5. krease

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    THIS (or automate the volume)

    dont have the white noise too loud though or it will sound like a plane taking off.
     
  6. The Hex

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    i dont know what kind of patch your trying to get at but if you want it to start right at the start of your track then your attack should be all the way down and your release should be up!

    hope that helps! :)