you know, I've tried to synthesize winds because they seem like the easiest thing to synthesize, yet everytime I did, I got cheap awful sounds. This sample is how it should be done. I agree with everyone above, a great deep wind.
I was going to reply with a PM but I figured it'd be better to comment. This is a great recording! I like how you used multiple fingers for a natural chorus effect, it adds a whole other texture element to the sound. I'll definitely have fun with this! Thanks a lot!
The above should have read; Good stuff - very real - now we have both natural and artificial winds firmly in the can Dobroide - master of the elements - and chipfork - synthesiser of winds! Sorry about the cock-up. Great sound.
this isn't the sound I mentioned in the Forum, but it makes the point just as well: Close up this could be pretty tumultuous, but it's actually pretty peaceful. Amazing how these sounds surround us everyday, but close-up they're a whole world. A fine bunch of captures.
the wonderful thing about these processed bird-sounds is how they reveal canyons inside, how they create a space as big as a gorge. These are deep & beautiful. Have you considered long ones? Pitch-shifting, of course, is memory-hungry & takes time; but it reveals caverns in a bird's vocal cords, and brings out nuances we'd otherwise not hear. Haunting uploads...
I usually don't comment on rhythm samples because I'm really not knowledgeable about all that goes into them, but I really like what you've submitted, and this one is very enticing. I agree with Sub-d, on both accounts.