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Metal Atmosphere

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Metal Atmosphere is a collection of contact microphone recordings of wire fences vibrating in the wind.

The library consists of 29 recordings ranging from 1 minute to over 10 minutes in length. These have been recorded by taping JrF contact microphones to wire fences and other structures through which sound travels easily.

Most of the sounds are made by the wind “playing” the wires as a huge stringed instrument, while a few others are recordings of submerged wooden fences. The tone is generally dark, even menacing, bringing desolate spaces to mind.

The sounds can be used as backgrounds even if they technically aren’t proper ambiences, as there is a certain degree of similarity between the two channels which creates a fake stereo field. About half of the files also include wind gusts and wind-specific dynamics which renders them easily identifiable as wind sounds, only with extra metal elements added. Additionally there are countless impacts, risers and swells included which can easily be cut out and used as spot effects. All files are recorded and mastered at 24/96 quality which makes them excellent sound design elements ripe for serious processing.

In total, more than 2 hours of metal atmospheres and resonances from unique sources – tagged with comprehensive metadata.

Licensor: : Mindful Audio Categories: , , , , , , .
Type: Metal Ambience sound effects / recordings
Specs: 29 sounds • 29 files • 4.3 GB • Not metatagged
Approx. 120 minutes total
Instant - blazingly-fast - digital download
License type:
Royalty-free - you can select the number of users on checkout

Metal Atmosphere sound effects library - eerie and unsettling soundscapes


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1 review

  1. Mike Hoolboom

    Culled from more than 300GB of recordings across Scotland and England, these beautiful recordings are not prone to the bass porridge effect that drowns so many contact mic recordings. As a result, metallic winds and waters are freely articulated in these densely detailed tracks, which offer a diverse array of environments.

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