9 new sound libraries Asbjoern Andersen


This week on A Sound Effect, we have a wide variety of sounds for your films, games, animations, and commercials. From creative design of post-apocalyptic action, painful tinnitus, magic spells, tonal whooshes, and inspired vacuums to source material of newborn babies, motorcycle rallies, and inland ports, we have lots of exciting new libraries for you to check out. Happy listening!
This Library Sucks
 
  • Materials & Texture This Library Sucks Play Track 154 sounds included, 96 mins total $49

    A vacuum cleaner connected to a long hose that leads into the recording room, so you don’t hear the machine – that’s how this library was created.

    It contains sounds from sucking in different materials, dynamic unreal winds & unbearable squeaks from the hose. Furthermore it includes sounds from “inside” the hose/pipe: Close-miked pass-bys of small objects, driven by the wind.

    The recorded frequency content goes up to 100kHz, using a combination of microphones like the Sennheiser MKH 8040 and the Sanken CO-100K. Part of the sound files are already pitched down, so at the delivered 24bit – 96kHz resolution you can pitch them even further down without trimming the full audible frequency spectrum.

    Library highlights:

    • 154 sounds, including 47 seamless loops

  • • 96 minutes playing time


2 versions are included:

• Combined Version: versions of a sound are combined into one file (88 files total)
• Split Version: versions of a sound appear as individual files (154 files total)

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'This Library Sucks' by The Sound Pack Tree may have a cheeky title, but it will certainly make you look at your vacuum differently! This collection shows the surprising range of this household appliance, giving you not a typical "on/off/running" library, but instead complex, textured sounds that will grasp your imagination. With sounds of whistling suction, swirling passbys, flapping wind, ghostly howls, and more, this library begs to have its creativity shine on your timeline. Give the demo a listen and be delighted!