Every sound designer occasionally suffers a mental block - they can “hear” the sound effect they’re looking for, but can’t think which tool to use and where to start. Sometimes it’s because you’re not thinking outside the box and you’re overlooking how something you may have thought might be of no use, is actually exactly the tool you need, to turn your vision into the perfect sound design.
In these tutorial videos by Krotos Audio - makers of sound design tools Dehumaniser, Weaponiser, Reformer and Igniter, Krotos take us through how their plug-ins are so versatile, that they can deliver results that you wouldn’t expect.
Using Krotos Weaponiser For Futuristic Sound Effects
Not only is Weaponiser from Krotos the ultimate weapon sound design solution, but it can also be used as a great layering tool - whether that might be to create impacts, textures, ambiences or just about any combination of sounds. In this video, Krotos Audio show you how to use their Weaponiser sound design plug-in to create futuristic sound effects.
Using Krotos Reformer Pro And Weaponiser To Create Footstep Foley Sound Effects
As well as primarily being a weapon sound design plugin, Weaponiser from Krotos has powerful and efficient functions, which lend themselves perfectly for dynamic asset creation outside of weapons. The Footsteps SFX collection for Weaponiser now allows you to flexibly create and perform responsive footstep sound design in Weaponiser.
In this tutorial video, Krotos Audio show you how they used the Footsteps bundle in Weaponiser in conjunction with Reformer Pro and their Clothes & Materials Foley Bundle to create the sound effects for their promotional video.
Using Krotos Igniter To Create Vehicle Sound Effects
Krotos Audio have taken Igniter – their most recent vehicle sound design plugin – for a test-run to demonstrate how Igniter’s built-in presets can easily be used to create a variety of complex vehicle sound effects. Learn about the process and find out how quick and easy it was to modulate and add parameters from Igniter’s built-in presets, in the tutorial.
Available On Free Trial
You can download free demo’s of Krotos Audio Sound Design software from their website.