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solingen 13th June 2020 01:44 PM

How can one best create this bubble sound?
 
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Ive been trying to get close to this bubble sound (see attachment) but I'm having a hard time.

What would be the best approach when making a sound like this?
I think its a digital source, but beyond that, I'm at a loss when it comes to recreating the "liveliness" of it.

Newmann 14th June 2020 11:02 AM

If you pitch it down, you hear streaming water in the background, so I'm guessing it's a recording - with added delay.

solingen 14th June 2020 11:37 AM

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Originally Posted by Newmann (Post 14799475)
If you pitch it down, you hear streaming water in the background, so I'm guessing it's a recording - with added delay.

Thanks, but the water was added because of copyright reasons, I think.
This is just some random bubble/water drop sound I found somewhere online, but I'd love to learn how to make it.

Newmann 14th June 2020 12:12 PM

It still sounds pretty natural to me. If you want to create it with a synth, search 'bubble sound synth' on YT, you'll find some tuts using Serum and other synths.
Like this modular synth patch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1iyqF3mSzts
Or find it as a sound effect on Zappsplat: https://www.zapsplat.com/?s=bubble&p...t-category-id=

FlorianE 14th June 2020 10:20 PM

You could synth it with Csound or Pure Data (both free), or Max.
Best bet would probably be Pure Data: in Andy Farnell's book 'Designing Sound', there is even a patch 'bubbles', which you could use as a starting point.