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resources tutorials for sound modding

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Sk3ptik0n, Aug 20, 2011.

  1. Sk3ptik0n


    I was wondering how one starts studying sound modding for ISI games and in general for simracing.

    For starters I have some mods where the sound is atrocious, but in general I would like to see what I can do with it since I have quite a bit of experience in sound editing and I have some professional equipment I can put to good use. The biggest problem is that I don't know where to start.

    Thank you
  2. Lee Knight

    Lee Knight

    I second that call for a tutorial, yes-I have sound editing experience & software/equipment- although my reasons are not due to atrocious sound but being part of a team working on a Mod with a truely different engine sound to anything out there at the moment (think V-twin).
    I've been given a brief run-down on recording & whats needed but would appreciate something with a bit more detail from the start to finish of the procedure.
    It would also be good if I could then ask someone 'in the know' as even the model is a bit different....
    Thanks in advance,