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Frozen

(2 customer reviews)

$45

Frozen is a collection of ice impacts, scrapes, debris, slides and more taken during a miserably cold winter in the arctic tundra of Massachusetts. These recordings were meticulously recorded, edited, named, renamed, edited again, re recorded, then re-renamed (you get the point) to give you the best quality ice library you can get.

The library roughly is broken into two sections, raw and processed. Raw is designed for sound designers to go wild with: stretch, distort, compress, and more to your hearts content. The processed section is for designers and content creators on the go. If you’re on a tight deadline, pulling some sounds that are already going to get you close to where you need to be is imperative. These processed versions play very nicely even when not designing ice.

Licensor: Alex Barnhart
Categories: , .
Type: Ice sound effects / recordings
Specs: 126 files • 809 sounds • 24bit / 96kHz • 588 MB • Includes metadata
Delivery:
Instant - blazingly-fast - digital download
License type:
Single user, royalty-free - for a multi-user license, click here

Questions and Answers:
Q: Why did you record this library?
A: Apparently I enjoy being cold and dealing with having all my batteries die mid shoot forcing me to record everything again
Q: Where did you record?
A: Mostly in Westborough, MA
Q: Why should I buy your ice library when there are other ones?
A: This library brings a fresh take with new sounds, new ideas, different perspectives, and different intentions than other libraries in this area
Q: Why isn’t there that cool laser sound from throwing ice on a frozen lake? Give me my laser sounds please.
A: Don’t remind me. I tried.
Q: Do you really think someone is going to read this far into the library information?
A: I’d like to think I’m an optimist.

 

Full sound effects list for Frozen:

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2 reviews

  1. Kellen Fenton

    Really digging this ice library. Lots of highly usable debris content as well as some super unique ice movement that I’ve been using recently to create awesome ice magic spells. I’ve also been able to get a lot of ice/snow foley out of it. The impact section is my favorite as it has lots of dope transient content that is fun to process and layer into other sounds.

  2. Oscar

    Just became my go to library for anything ice related.
    God Tier. Excellent. Really good. A++. What a champ.

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