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Microbes

$37

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Microbes is 76 minutes/2.12 Gb of microscopic life forms skittering and scurrying about in their strange world. 326 separate files – recorded in 24bit/96kHz using various microphones.

A construction kit of the sounds you need to design organisms on the microscopic level. Whether you're making a medical animation, a nature documentary or something entirely fictional, Microbes delivers in skittering, fluttering and slithering sounds. Anything from single-cell organisms to complex insects is possible. Sounds are grouped in a variety of creature “species”, allowing you to create different voices with a good amount of nuance in performance. You also get a range of bubbling and swarming sounds, as well as wet and slimy elements. To complete your microscopic universe, there are a number of abstract and otherworldly ambiances.

Sounds were created using various physical instruments and props, such as a hardware modular synth, bowed metal springs, a cactus and good fashioned old voice acting. No actual microbes were harmed (or even consulted) during production. You can read more about the creation of Microbes here.

You get:
•Designed sounds of microscopic life
•Slither, skittering and fluttering creatures
•Several distinct species
•Searchable file names
•BWF Metadata embedded – with more included in CSV and ODS (OpenOffice) formats.
Licensor: hzandbits
Categories: , , , .
Type: Microbe sound effects / recordings
Specs: 326 files • 326 sounds • 24bits/96kHz • 2.12 Gb • 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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Curiosity is the driving force behind hzandbits.com – the brainchild of Christian Hagelskjær From.

What does this thing sound like? Does it have a sound? What happens if I…?

Just like legendary filmaker Jørgen Leth likes to “see what happens” in his films, I like to “hear what happens” in the objects and environments around me. The curiosity to experience deeply what normally whizzes by in our daily lives, is what shapes the  sound effects I record – but also the desire to create something which is useful for others.

I hope you will find my sounds useful in your projects – and that they will pique YOUR curiosity too.


 

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