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Home Sound Effects Tasmanian Devils

Tasmanian Devils

(1 customer review)


Meet the Tasmanian devil! Recorded in the Copenhagen Zoo, this library features huffs, sniffs, growls, barks, bite and chewing – and those eerie and weird critter screams.

If you need strange animal or monster sounds, do check out this library:

Licensor: SonicSalute
Category: .
Type: Tasmanian devil sound effects / recordings
Specs: 11 files • 50+ sounds • 24Bit/192Khz • 112 Mb • Includes metadata
Instant - blazingly-fast - digital download
License type:
Royalty-free - you can select the number of users on checkout

tasmanian devil soundDo not feed!

Sound designer Peter Albrechtsen was looking for a weird, different and yet scary-sounding animal for use in an upcoming movie – and the Tasmanian devil is all that.
These critters bark worse then they bite (at least the ones we recorded). Still, we were not allowed inside the cage, so we had to boom the devils.
A big chunk of dead kangaroo was tied to a tree, and the Tasmanian devils were let out in the open.
Their screaming and fighting is purely to find out who will eat first. The scarier, and louder, the bigger the chance to eat first.

This mini library has 11 mono files, all 192K/24bit, with huffs, sniffs, growls, barks, biting and chewing, and those eerie and weird screams. Recording setup: Sounddevices 702, Sennheiser 416, and a lot of patience!
Please note: • Since this library is recorded outside in a zoo, it has some background birds/atmosphere sounds but has been de-noise processed as much as possible • All tracks in the mini library are the ones heard in the above demo • For multi user licenses, please contact Sonicsalute.

1 review

  1. Kyle Evans

    Tassie Devils are adorable beasts with great squeals. It’s recorded at a zoo, so there’s a bit of background noise or vocal overlap here and there in some files – but not all of them. I’ve found this useful as an extra element for designed creature vocals. Plus I needed a file called “tasmanian devil eating kangaroo carrion” in my library. If you’re needing this library to use for 10 minute sequence starring a Tassie Devil you won’t have enough coverage here. But if it’s a couple of short shots of a Tassie Devil then this will do the trick.

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