Go for a ride on one of Japanese engineering’s finest motorcycles! The Honda Rebel 300 has a classic sound, classic look, and at 192 kHz sounds surprisingly heavy for a 300 cc engine. In this library you get all the options with onboard mic recordings ranging from 0 to 50 mph, engine breaking, gear shifting, slowing down, hitting turns and curves, accelerating, decelerating, and idling. You get isolated key turns, kickstand, and gear shifting. On board files are mono and pass bys and “drive aways” from 0 to 40 mph are in stereo recorded using mid-side technique for a great realistic stereo spread. You get separate left to right and right to left pass bys and drive bys at 10, 20, 30, and 40 MPH. Isolated stationary revs and idling recorded at different angles of the bike give you all the perspective you need whether you need up close and personal detail or sounds from a distance. This library gives you everything you need to recreate a good ride on this fine motorcycle! Enjoy the Honda Rebel 300 Motorcycle sound library!
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.