hi musicformedia, just to offer a bit of feedback on the sound you made. it’s close to what the person was asking for, but it could be improved by pitching it down about an octave so it sounds more like in space, then you need to run a volume lfo on it to make breath a bit. a healthy dose of reverb too. i would recommend using a sampler to achieve that.
then i would remove the beep/glitch sounds so the person has control over what they want. the beeps would be activated by the user’s navigation.
here’s a video i did of some space sound design(and music). it was my final project at the vancouver film school. i took a video and then redid the sound(with permission of course hehe)
the majority of the sounds were done in my apartment recorded on a minidisc. except for the explosions haha http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h2o_2vyv-j8&feature=channel_page
AM(aka Mr. Tunes)
Thanks for the feedback – I didnt know it was supposed to sound like it was in space as this was never said – just a mechanical noise loop.
You’re right though – that would be cool to take it down the octave and remove some of the beeps/glitches
yeah i just mention “space” because the Incredibles was all about sci fi sounds.
Randy Thom headed up that project btw – check out his IMDB : http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0858378/
he got his start working on Star Wars and then became the king of animation sound design later on in his career.