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:Mechanical, Metal. 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
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.
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