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  1. Hi all,   I want some new sounds for my game and what I need are abstract sounds like clicking, bleeping, popping sounds that are created with a program and are not just simply recorded by a microphone.   Do you know what are these called and how can I search for them? Because every time I search for game sounds and game sfx I only find gun shots, background music, chainsaw sounds and such and I can't seem to find a category that only contains this type of sounds.   I would also be interested in sound packs that would only contain such sounds.   Here are some example sounds from freesound that are similar to what I'm looking for, but I would need a higher quality and preferably in a pack where the sounds work with each other without further editing:   Clicking sound: http://www.freesound.org/people/lebcraftlp/sounds/192277/ Popping sound: http://www.freesound.org/people/greenvwbeetle/sounds/244655/ Bleeping sound: http://www.freesound.org/people/Greencouch/sounds/124907/   Thanks for the help.
  2. What do you think how long would it take to learn to make quality sounds from scratch?
  3. What sound editor did you use?
  4. Hi Kasu,   Yes, I tried it but the sounds you can make with it are way too retro.
  5. Hi,   I'm new to the forum and to making sounds too.   I started to make a simple mobile game, and I need some simple sounds for it, like clicks, bleeps, bloops, and such abstract sounds, nothing fancy.   The ones that I found online for free are not good quality at all and are not working well with each other.   What do you think, is it a good idea to start to learn how to make such sounds? Can I learn how to make simple sounds like that in a few weeks or a month? Or does it take years to learn how to make quality sounds?   Thanks in advance.
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