It’s me and, once again, I have a sound related question that I hope you can help me answer.
How do you take organic or real sounds and twist them into the electronical? I’ve lately been downloading a lot of libraries (either free libraries or purchased, I don’t do piracy) and I’ve noticed that there are several sounds that have “real life” origins but that, however, sound really processed, electronic and futuristic and I was wondering how would one go about the process of creating an “electronic sounding” sound that originates from an actual real life recording.
Is it all plugu-ins? What kinds of plugu-ins?
I don’t know, I am honestly lost when it comes to this.
Also, (and this has nothing to do with the original topic) what are good plug-ins to modulate and mess with sound other than the classic EQs, compressors and the like? I’ve seen @Kevin_Senzaki use “weird” plug-ins to get some really amazing sound! An example of this would be this video in which he experiments with dry ice on metal recordings (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRYuGa0V7fo&t=86s). And finally, are there any good resources out there to learn about plug-ins, stay up to date with what comes out and learn how to use them?
Also, happy Christmas!!