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Art Gallery Crowds

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The Art Gallery Crowds sound library invites you into the immersive world of an art gallery. Recorded in a Los Angeles gallery across multiple spaces, from vast concrete halls to intimate wooden galleries, this collection captures the true ambiance of these cultural sanctuaries.

The primary focus of the library is the movement and chatter of small to large multilingual crowds in various spaces, and the arrhythmic footfalls on creaking wooden floors and echoing concrete paths. You’ll also hear snippets of security radios and guardians making their rounds, kids playing, laughing and crying, and camera shutters clicking.

Whether you’re crafting an immersive cinematic museum scene, composing an atmospheric soundtrack, or designing a multimedia installation, this authentic collection provides a sonic window into the living world of art galleries.

Specs:
-12 Sounds
-Total Runtime 38:54
-1.14GB in Total
-Stereo – 24 bit, 96kHz
-Detailed UCS Metadata

Licensor: : AHA SOUND Categories: , , , .
Type: Walla sound effects / recordings
Specs: 11 sounds • 12 files • 24 Bit / 96 kHz • 1.14 • Includes metadata
Duration:
Approx. 38 minutes total
Delivery:
Instant - blazingly-fast - digital download
License type:
Royalty-free - you can select the number of users on checkout
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AHA SOUND (founded by composer, sound designer and field recordist Alex Abahmed) passionately strives to capture the unique acoustic fingerprints of our world through an extensive collection of high-quality sound assets and field recordings. The company mission is to travel the globe, meticulously documenting the rich auditory nuances of bustling cities, diverse cultures and unspoiled nature. AHA SOUND endeavours to preserve these aural tapestries as a chronicle of our rapidly changing sonic environment.


 
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