Mountains of Europe features nature sounds and ambiences, captured in different mountain forests and areas of Central Europe at different times of day. All ambiences are very quiet and serene and recorded at high altitude.
Mostly the birds are at distance and you can also find some tracks with only wind blowing through the trees and rustling leaves. Sometimes a buzzard circles around in the sky or a raven flies by. You really get the sensation of being in a rough and remote mountain landscape, the ultimate ‘in the middle of nowhere’ feeling.
All nature recordings are clear and completely free from external noise and other human disruptions, which is why this library will be especially useful for productions taking place in medieval times and nature documentaries. The average length of each file is between 3-5 minutes, so enough time to use in longer scenes without looping.
All of these nature ambiences are recorded using three different microphone set-ups. A Stereo set-up. A wide stereo set-up. And a spaced omnis set-up, which also offers extended frequency response. This brings you 3 variations of each recording. Within these variations the differences are sometimes subtle and sometimes more extreme. These three perspectives can provide flexibility for crosscutting within scenes.
Get approximately 4 hours of unique, royalty-free and especially high quality recordings with this library. Recorded in 24 bit / 96 kHz. Accurately edited and mastered to sound as natural as possible. For more detailed descriptions about the ambiences in this collection see the metadata in our file lists or listen to the preview montage.