Yeah, I think so. Thanks!
Would love it if you could post a screen shot here: https://class.coursera.org/digitalsounddesign-001/forum/thread?thread_id=1229
I placed each of the 5 copies on its own track, and I very slightly nudged each one forward, so that by the 5th copy, it was starting almost exactly half the clip length later than the original track B. This creates the portion near the end where the two copies of clip B sound like an echo and seem to be going twice as fast. After that, I used volume automation to fade in and out all these copies of track B. So b1 fades in/out, then b2, then b3, then b4, then b5. The original B is playing the whole time. Does this make sense?
here's how I made it. I've used the FX_Dissen_Jazzfestival.wav sample. I found 2 short clips that I liked when looped (very short loop). The first clip is actually the first half second of the whole clip. I looped this first one (by dragging across in the corner of the clip) and set it as the background for almost the whole track (it comes in around the 8 or 9 second mark). Next, I took the other clip (the one I actually liked better) and dragged it across, on its own track (lets call this track B). This one fades in at about the 12 or 13 second mark. Then, I took track B, copied it 5 times
I'd like to know how you made it too!
Thanks for the comments, Mike. I sent you a PM with a bit of info about how I made it, etc.
I'm guessing you did this by copying and pasting over and over again, because I don't think the Soundation insert effects could have accomplished this. I can see doing this in Pro Tools, but it must have been a bear to edit in Soundation.
I. Am. Jealous.