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Antarctic Soundscapes

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A unique collection featuring 415 originally recorded sounds from Earth’s coldest continent.

From the majestic Emperor Penguins to the thunderous Southern Elephant Seals, the Icebreaker ship, and the serene Antarctic ambiences, this pack offers a diverse array of wild and untamed sounds.

Four categories are inside:
  • Animals (258 sounds)
  • Ice Breaker Ship (68 sounds)
  • Antarctic Ambiences (50 sounds)
  • Sea Ice Sounds (39 sounds)

Licensor: : Out There Audio Categories: , , , .
Type: Nature sound effects / recordings
Specs: 415 sounds • 426 files • 24 Bit / 48 kHz • 5.64 GB • Includes metadata
Delivery:
Instant - blazingly-fast - digital download
License type:
Royalty-free - you can select the number of users on checkout
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Captured in East Antarctica with recordings from some of the world’s rarest and most difficult-to-access animals and ambiences. There’s a reason you won’t find a similar library anywhere else.

Highlights of the closest wildlife encounters and the most extreme weather experiences recorded over five months of living on an Antarctic Research Station.

Antarctic Soundscapes Key Features:

  • 415 .wav files, 5.63Gb total
  • Antarctic Wind Ambiences Interior and Exterior
  • Emperor Penguin and Adelie Penguin vocalisations
  • Elephant Seal vocalisations and body movement
  • Underwater ambiences and Weddell Seal vocalisations beneath the ice
  • Ice Breaker ship powering through 1.5m of sea ice + ship ambiences
  • Ice crunches and cracks
  • UCS naming and metadata


Southern Elephant Seals Biting and Bickering - Out There Audio




Ice Breaker Ship Carves Through 1.5m of Ice - Out There Audio


 

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Andy Leeder – Field Recordist and Sound Designer. Antarctic and Sub-Antarctic :)


 
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