Shenzhen is the first ever sound library of the Silicon Valley of China. Jzoo Sound invites you on the first ever audiological journey to the unique locations in Shenzhen that only locals know.
This is a unique collection of sounds captured of various atmospheres at different times of the day. From energetic local farmer’s market, to howling subway tubes, to local middle school performance day, to old alleyways of a forgotten part of town.
The library also contains many rhythmic elements, such as meat chopping, construction hammering, and ominous beeps. Not to mention the echoing Chinese announcements between two schools, and the cacophony of crying and construction in a forgotten alley. I hope this library will even meet your sound design needs, and ultimately show you a local and unique side of China.
All recorded in 24 bit/96 kHz. Some recordings contain detail information above 20khz. The library is passionately described emotive words, and all the recordings are fully tagged with metadatas compatible with Soundminer, Basehead and Soundly.
Gear Used: Roland R26, four channel built-in microphones (OMNI and XY), four channels merged down to a stereo file.
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Jzoo sound is founded by Jed Shiheng Xu, a zany, meticulous, and silly soul. Originally from Shenzhen, the Silicon Valley of China, Jed now resides in Los Angeles, eager to collaborate with artists, media creators, and auteurs.
Jed is here to answer all your questions, concerns, and dilemmas regarding your next audio-visual masterpiece. With sound, Jed can define a character, draw attention to detail, or channel the unspoken emotions of your next unique story.
Jed’s approach is less about how he makes sound, but rather why does he make sound.
“Life Ain’t Easy, Collaborate We Must”