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If you are using a sampler you can create your <BR>own tape rewind preset which gives you far more <BR>control than any premade sample by someone else: <BR> <BR>- take a long sample of the sound you want to <BR> rewind <BR>- reverse the sample <BR>- loop it <BR>- program the pitch envelope of your sampler <BR> to increase the pitch when you start the <BR> sample by pressing a note on the keyboard. <BR> Also program the pitch envelope to decrease the <BR> pitch after the key is released. <BR>- program the volume envelope to have a long <BR> relase time. this way you can actually <BR> hear the "tape" slowing down after releasing <BR> the key <BR> <BR>Alternatively you could also create you own rewind <BR>samples with a turntable.
I found that you can get a good tape rewind effect with soundforge (sonicfoundry.com) by putting a pitch bend that varies alot on whatever sound you want to 'rewind', and then reversing the result.. I can't remember the exact settings I had when I did it, but it was something along those lines.