Ear Bleed Sounds Tutorial

Hey everyone! Today, I will show you how to make “ear bleed sounds” or, as it’s better known, earr**e. I’ll use the TwistedWave audio editor for this.

Now, let’s start. Open TwistedWave and open a new file.

The TwistedWave homepage.

Once you’ve done that, the TwistedWave app will open itself in a pop-up window.

Note: If you don’t see it, your browser might be blocking pop-ups. You’ll have to allow TwistedWave to open pop-ups to use the app.

The app looks like this (with my file):

Edit your sound (if you think you need to). Now, let’s add the ear bleed effect!

Open the Effects menu and select the Amplify option.

Tip: To add the effect to a certain part of the audio, select the portion and then open the Amplify subscreen.

This will open a little subscreen where you can add or remove decibels (dB) from the track. We want to add decibels, so move the slider to the right. To add your changes, click the Apply button.

The Amplify subscreen.

My waveform looks like this after I applied the effect:

Now, play your track. If it sounds good to you, congratulations! If not, press the Undo button (Ctrl+Z/Command+Z) and open the Amplify screen again. Repeat that process until you it sounds good. Now it’s time to save the file!

Open the File menu and select Download.

A save menu will open. Set the audio format to WAVE Audio, and then download it.

Then, press Download.

Ok, that’s all for now. See you soon!