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Clink

$10

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Clink gets you the sound of of clicks, latches and whirrs generated from a little found Herschede Starville clock mechanism.

Each take is loaded up with unique performances that explore the mechanism’s unique character from up-close.

Recorded in a quiet space with an MKH50 through a John Hardy preamp, this libary is small but mighty. Also included is a NI Battery 4 kit that is programmed to enhance the best characteristics of the source material by doing transient enhancement, eq, delay and compression that can be dialed in to taste.

Note: NI Battery 4 is required to use the kit – not included. You don't need any version of Battery to use the audio files as a standalone sample library.

These recordings are excellent for adding character and complexity to your next mechanical element design.

Licensor: echo | collective
Categories: , .
Type: Clock sound effects / recordings
Specs: 46 files • 46+ sounds • 24 bit / 96 kHz • 155 MB • Includes metadata
Delivery:
Instant - blazingly-fast - digital download
License type:
Single user, royalty-free - for a multi-user license, click here
 

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echo | collective

echo | collective is the label under which the guys at Dallas Audio Post release sample libraries and Kontakt instruments for use in film, music and games.

Our need for unique and interesting sounds has us constantly updating our libraries and databases. We love making noises, bending sounds and recontextualizing things into shapes and forms they were never really meant to take.

Under echo | collective our custom sounds are available to the world at large. Feel free to take a look around, listen to the demos, watch the videos and then pick up some sounds. You can follow us on twitter @echocollective


 

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