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How To Make Sword Sound Effects

There are many ways to create sound effects for swords using things around your house. For example, you could use a piece of aluminum foil to create a clanging sound when the sword hits something. Or, you could use a metal pot and a spoon to create a clashing sound. To create a whooshing sound as the sword is swung through the air, you could use a fan or a hair dryer. Just be careful not to use too much power, or you could end up blowing things around the room! If you want to get really creative, you could try using different materials to create different sounds for different parts of the sword. For example, you could use a piece of cardboard for the sheath, and then use a different material for the blade. This way, you can create a more realistic sound when the sword is drawn or put away. experiment with different materials and combinations of materials to see what works best for you.


For a longsword:

  • Use a long, thin object like a broomstick or mop handle
  • Swing it through the air to get whooshing sounds
  • Strike a hard object like a table or countertop for clashing sounds
  • For a more metallic sound, try striking a pot or pan
  • For a softer, duller sound, try wrapping the handle in a towel or cloth


For a shortsword:

  • Use a smaller, thinner object like a pen or chopstick
  • Swing it through the air to get whooshing sounds
  • Strike a hard object like a table or countertop for clashing sounds
  • For a more metallic sound, try striking a pot or pan
  • For a softer, duller sound, try wrapping the handle in a towel or cloth


For a dagger:

  • Use a small, thin object like a pen or chopstick
  • Swing it through the air to get whooshing sounds
  • Strike a hard object like a table or countertop for clashing sounds
  • For a more metallic sound, try striking a pot or pan.
  • For a softer, duller sound, try wrapping the handle in a towel or cloth