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Destroyed Piano

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Get ready for the most sonically satisfying library of piano destruction sounds! We give you every sledge hammer, every axe hit, every plier pinch, and every grinder that went into the demise of this Wurlitzer Upright Piano.

With this truly unique library you get smashes followed by short, medium, and long tails of the strings and body (or what’s left) of the piano. You also get out of tune and buzzy strings that can be used as the source material for something really dark and ominous. Use the impact sounds for one of a kind impacts or sample the tails to create tension, strange atmospheres, and more!

The axe and body files range from attacks on the wood, strings, keys, hammers, legs, frame, metal, and more. A grinder was taken to the strings and pliers were used to snap, bend, and pop the strings out of their places as well as general string play. Whether you need something unique to add character to your project or some really great source material of impacts that come pre baked with extra harmonic material this library will suite your needs. Enjoy the Destroyed Piano Sound Library!

Licensor: Matt Script Sound Design
Categories: , , .
Type: Wood and metal sound effects / recordings
Specs: 134 files • 134 sounds • 24 bits / 96 kHz • 200 MB • Includes metadata
Duration:
Approx. 5 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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I work as a professional composer and sound designer in Upstate New York. I have a degree in Sound Recording Technology from DePaul University School of Music and I am a lifetime appreciator of music, sounds, and all things audio. I have been creating sound libraries since 2018. My libraries range from essential utility libraries to equally essential dynamically creative libraries. One of my favorite sounds is the mixing sound that comes from spoons and bowls.