ASSAULT WEAPONS is a strong pack of 25 different weapons captured in 96kHz/24bit audio. A heavy arsenal of sounds for a myriad of purposes: sniper rifles, submachine and machine guns, assault rifles, anti-materiel rifles, grenade launcher recordings and more!
The ASSAULT WEAPONS pack delivers weapon sounds for every kind of setting and size needed, whether it's for single shots or some massive, heavy gunfire.
The DESIGNED versions is packed with more than 2GB of pre-designed, ready-to-use HD-Sounds that will instantly work in your project – perfect for tight deadlines.
The CONSTRUCTION KIT provides you with more than 14GB of plain source recordings, including 18-channel multitrack recordings, impulse responses for easy environment placing and some sweeteners like mechanics, bullet impacts and gun tails.
The BUNDLE features both versions above at a discounted price.
EDV3RB is designed to be a complete toolbox to create a realistic sounding room atmosphere up to 5.0 surround.
A full 5.0 Surround WAV-file of each room in different perspectives will give you the base and the real sound of the location.
With the exact same room as an Impulse Response you’ll be able to add all types of different sounds to the ambience to get a perfect natural-sounding environment.
EDV3RB’s Impulse Response Library is made for the IR-Reverb PlugIns Audio Ease Altiverb, Avid Space, Waves IR-1 and others supporting WAV impulses.
Includes the following locations:
Bunker 101 • Carlsberg No 19 • Carpark Big • Carpark Small • Der Saal • Factory Hall Big • Factory – Furnace • Factory Hall Huge • Factory Hall Small • Factory Tunnel • Kitchen • Living Room • Living Room II • Sleeping Room • Staircase
Get a collection of 134 impulse responses – recorded in the forest.
What if, instead of going to the forest to record the sound, we can find a way to bring the characteristics of the forest to us? Say, for example, we have recorded a sound in the studio like the sound of chopping wood or foley footsteps, but we want them to sound like they are in the forest?
There is a way to emulate this. To make our source sound like it is, in fact, in a forest. The answer is to use the impulse response of the forest and one of the convolution reverb plugins for your DAW.
An impulse response of the forest (or “forest IR”), is the sum of reflections from trees, foliage and the ground by very short signal at high volume. For this sound library, I recorded different impulses in a stereo at different locations of the forest with perfect conditions. Also, the library includes alternate versions of these impulses for use in the processing of the sounds that are far away from the listener.
Note: Requires a convolution reverb plugin
– here are some free options:
For using these impulse responses, you need a convolution reverb plugin (not included). The library can be used with the built-in convolution plugins in many DAWs like ProTools, FL Studio amd Sony Vegas, and there are other commercial options on the market, but costs can be high. For starters, you can use a free convolution reverb from the following
A wide choice of IR’s will allow you to choose the most appropriate nuanced impulse response for your material. As you gain more experience with this forest IR, you will find that you can quickly adjust the ratio and volume level for wet and dry channels and effectively use other options of convolution reverb. This powerful forest reverb emulation will be incredibly effective for your sounds.
The OUTDOOR IMPULSE RESPONSES library from BOOM gets you realistic outdoor reverbs – fast and easy.
Using impulse responses, you can apply the acoustic characteristics of a particular location to your target audio as if it had been recorded in that place. With our BOOM Library OUTDOOR IMPULSE RESPONSES library, you get 68 great outdoor impulse responses to place your sounds into specific locations and make them sound as plausible and realistic as possible. We recorded a lot of different outdoor locations such as fields, forests, hills, mountains, valleys and urban locations. We have ensured that each recording has a rich and detailed reverb tail to capture every characteristic delicacy of the respective location. All files come in high definition audio (192kHz). Each location is documented with a picture to get an impression of the surrounding area. Watch our tutorial video below to see how to work with BOOM Library impulse responses.
To use BOOM Library OUTDOOR IMPULSE RESPONSES, you need a convolution reverb plugin that allows importing impulse responses. This is not included in this library.
Recorded in New York’s Adirondack Mountains, The Cabin audio playset is the first in a series of immersive audio environment sound effects bundles designed to allow producers, sound designers and other post-production audio professionals to quickly and easily establish an immersive audio set design with minimal effort.
Hit the ground running with immersive reverb impulse responses for use with free and commercially available convolution reverb plugins. This playset features a collection of 89 high definition sound effects, ambiences, and includes 7 impulse responses including alternate listening perspectives from the main room. The Cabin includes The Fridge and The Woodstove audio prop sets and a small general sound effects library to enhance your audio environment.
The Cabin comes with everything you see here:
• 89 high definition sound clips
• 96 kHz, 24-bit mono and stereo WAV files
• 7 HD immersive audio impulse responses
• Impulse responses work with most major convolution reverb plugins
• Includes file lists and broadcast WAV compliant metadata
• Bonus Items: The Fridge & The Woodstove audio prop packs
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