Get some noise and use an automated filter type of your choice on it, you don't necessarily need a vst with a noise oscillator, a consistent noise sample loaded into simpler will work fine, put it on loop obviously and make sure it's reasonably long or else you might hear a pattern in it.
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Apply a reverb with a really long tail and no dry signal to this little chunk. For anyone that's interested, here's a link to a "Ditty" that my wife and I made using whooshes from the help in this forum!
Ableton Forum. Thanks dum for being so precise. Ableton Forum. Twitter Facebook The Mixplant. So, I was wondering, can I generate this whooshing sound myself using just Live 8.
Discussion of music production, audio, equipment and any related topics, either with or without Ableton Live. I think it's a lot clearer, easier to manipulate this way. Thank you for all of the wonderful examples, tutorials and sites to visit. But I think you'll agree I'll post a link that some better whooshes would certainly be a welcome addition to anything we do.
I've been known to go swoosh now and then. I have some Windy FX but they are relatively short and I've tried to warp them but have had...
Now reverse the reverb, tweak it, and put it in your breakdown so that the reversed reverb swells into the end of the breakdown. Quick links.
Link to "Ditty": Start with the cut-off very low and increase the cut off value so that the white noise builds up in time with the breakdown. In the car on the way into work this morning I had the idea of dragging the windy FX into simpler, setting it to loop quickly around the beginning with some extra reverb and then using the pitch bend wheel to make it ascend or descend.