Kitchenware is a detailed collection of 198 recordings from a large kitchen, capturing every device and tool available, from simple soup bowls and spoons, to modern electronic coffee machines and juicers.
Each sound was recorded with a stereo shotgun microphone at 24-bit / 96kHz resolution.
The collection is divided into 8 folders, according to the kind of object recorded:
– Appliances: 58 (Coffee machine, juicer, blender, kettle, etc…)
– Cans Bottles & Jars: 11 (Soda can, bottles, food jars, food cans, etc…)
– Ceramics: 17 (Bowls, plates, etc…)
– Drinking Glass: 40 (Wine and drinks glasses being handled, placed and touching)
– Other: 3 (Kitchen paper, tap, drain)
– Plastic Containers: 26 (lunch boxes and tupperware, opening, closing, etc…)
– Silverware: 41 (knives, forks, spoons, etc…)
– Utensils: 2 (can opener)
All sounds recorded and edited at 24-bit / 96kHz, with embedded meta data and accompanying spreadsheet.
Licensor: 3MAZE Categories:Foley, Household. Type: Kitchen sound effects / recordings Specs: 198 files
• 198 sounds
• 24 Bit / 96 kHz
• 498.8 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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All sounds are recorded and edited in 24-bit HD resolution and are available for royalty free use in film, TV, commercials, games and music projects worldwide.
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