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Home Sound Effects Screeching, Squeaking, Scraping Old Objects

Screeching, Squeaking, Scraping Old Objects


This Old Object library contains edited and Raw recordings made with Sanken CO100K and Nevaton MC59 microphones for full spectral frequencies up to 70 kHz and beyond. Tortured metal surfaces screeching, old rusty profiles squeaking, dirty and gritty metal surfaces scraping, old wheels spinning and whining, mechanical pieces draining out their last screams… The Raw recordings allow you for more alternative movements, different squeaks, different speeds. All sounds are cleaned up but no effects have been applied so you can use them in any setting you want by adding your own fx.

The ultrasonic content can be used when the sounds are slowed down for eerie and spooky atmospheres. The original recordings can already be a torture to listen to, but why not go to the limits of what can be listened to, the story-line may ask for it.

This library is UCS compliant, has 24 bit 192 kHz sound files.

This sound FX library is part of a series of recordings available:

Creaking โ€“ Ropes, Cables, Wires
Creaking Ropes, Cables, Wires

Push & Pull, Heavy Weight, Acoustic Low Frequency Movements
Push Pull Heavy Weight

Licensor: : Useful Sound Effects Categories: , , , , , , , , , , .
Type: Squeak sound effects / recordings
Specs: 500+ sounds • 391 files • 24 Bit / 192 kHz • 7.8 GB • Includes metadata
Instant - blazingly-fast - digital download
License type:
Royalty-free - you can select the number of users on checkout

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Useful Sound Effects focuses on the practical side of sound effects. That means that themes are oriented towards use in documentary, film, game or any other supplemental medium. This approach is a result of experiencing the need for sounds and the difficulty of finding adequate results that are up to expectations of users or clients.

There is a subjective but very interesting line between what you want to hear, what you expect to hear, and what you actually hear. Often sounds are illustrative for something that happens on a screen and the viewer needs to be guided by that sound. It is a psychological element that drives our senses and emotions. So indeed, sound can manipulate the viewer into a certain direction, chosen by the director.

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