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ShemShem [Avatar]
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Hi All,

I'm searching and in need of a 3-5 second sfx for a video project that I'm looking to use to transitition between clips but to mostly "cover up" an imperfection in an audio (music) track. Although I attempted to edit and splice as best as possible the music track, there's this imperfection that isn't quite noticeable, but noticeable enough by me. Just looking for some sort of "wind whoosh" or other similar idea to help cover up that imperfection between video clips. I appreciate any feedback or advise.
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optodata
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Have you looked at the post directly above yours?
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Hello ShemShem,

Welcome to the AudioDirector forum laughing

Optodata's question is a reasonable one. In fact, Eric does have a small collection of wind sounds available.

In fact, I'm surprised you had any difficulty finding freely available SFX. There's a plethora of sites.

From my own collection of "whoosh" sounds, I've zipped a few that I thought might work in your circumstance (attached). For file size purposes, I produced them as .mp3. The originals are .wav

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ShemShem [Avatar]
Newbie Private Message Joined: Oct 04, 2017 15:14 Messages: 14 Offline
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Quote Hello ShemShem,

Welcome to the AudioDirector forum laughing

Optodata's question is a reasonable one. In fact, Eric does have a small collection of wind sounds available.

In fact, I'm surprised you had any difficulty finding freely available SFX. There's a plethora of sites.

From my own collection of "whoosh" sounds, I've zipped a few that I thought might work in your circumstance (attached). For file size purposes, I produced them as .mp3. The originals are .wav

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Thanks for your assistance on this. After I posted this in forum I did search the Internet and found some useful resources. Although I've been using PowerDirector for a while, I haven't had a need for audio resources such as this. I thought there were tools for such SFX built into the software but never looked into it. Thanks again for your time and response back.
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