There is no oxygen in space, no sound can travel in a vacuum environment. Humans can only hear and feel those actions and events, which directly touch or influence their space shuttle or body in a space suit. The resulting sound has a special character – it’s based on material vibrations, dark and muffled. This aesthetics is subjectively similar to underwater sound perception.
- unique sound design tools – inspired by material resonation elements, focusing on low and low-mid timbres
- organic origin meets progressive postproduction
- 8.51GB, 354 tracks with 1000+ sounds
- native 96/24 quality
- meta tagged
- contact “info at lukastvrdon dot com” for support or consultations
IMPACTS – divided into “Material”, “Heavy” and “Underwater”. They can touch, tap, vibe, knock, bang, blast, explode, splash, growl, crash and rumble. Feel the dark perspective of metal, water and other materials, up to highly stylized expressions. 99 tracks (with several variations inside). Anything to destroy?
VEHICLE VIBRATIONS – neither vintage submarines nor space rockets are perfect. Especially when exposed to extreme situations, running on full speed, damaged or hit. They shake, rumble, rustle, resonate, creak and scream. Choose between 59 diverse tracks. Metal and plastic material, different rhythms, intensities and perspectives.
VEHICLE NOISES – get closer to shuttles in flight, thrusters, underwater turbines or submarine engines. This folder contains 30 tracks of constant engine noises and moving mechanical gear sounds.
UNDERWATER MOVES – divided into “Slow” and “Fast” sections, these files cover different actions, such as paddling, swimming, pass-bys and other sounds of motion. 46 tracks with hundreds of variations inside. From source recordings to significant designes. Often labeled as “deep” or “bright”, according to its timbre.
BREATHING – inhale, exhale, 39 tracks. Through gas mask, helmet, authentic scuba gear – dry or underwater with bubbles, and also inside body with heartbeat. Different respiration rates, diverse designs.
UNDERWATER BUBBLES – despite the amount of bubbling presented in the previous Dive Deep library, you can find 14 new tracks inside this folder. This time it is less “atmospheric” and more “dry”. Scuba divers need to exhale, you know. “Mud”, “Bright” and “Metallic” timbre variations.
FOOTSTEPS – 12 files from material perspective and underwater, on different surfaces – metal, rock, dirt, gravel, including cloth rustle. Most layers are in synchronized timing for more comfortable edit and mix.
MECHANICAL MANIPULATION – handling stuff, pressing buttons, mechanism activations, open and close different gears, whirr, slide. 48 tracks with different timbres.
TOOLS – grinding and drilling into different materials. 20 tracks from the material-resonation perspective.
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