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Home Sound Effects Black Sea

Black Sea

(2 customer reviews)


Discover everything from the peaceful sound of waves gently streaming through slippery rocks, from inside a hollow, beached buoy, and on the beach, directly facing the sea, to the full force of mother nature, being recorded from twenty feet above, as massive waves crash onto a cliff face, salty water permeating the air

The 30 separate audio files, free of seagulls, people, or ships, will provide you with a variety of pure and colourful recordings, which you can never have enough of. They bring character to any scene you might choose to lend them to, at the fraction of the cost and time required to go out and record them yourself!

In addition to that, every single file in this library has been carefully tagged with rich, descriptive SoundMiner metadata, which will save you time when navigating it and allow you to finish projects much faster! The metadata consists of intuitive, visual keywords which allow you to more quickly and efficiently find the files you need!

This library is useful for, but not limited to: Feature Films, TV Series, Short Films, YouTube Videos, Games, Meditation, and more!

Also, if you’d like to know more about how I recorded this library, read my blog post here.

If you have any questions about this library, feel free to quickly send me an e-mail. I tend to reply within minutes.

Licensor: : SKYES Audio Category: .
Type: Water sound effects / recordings
Specs: 30 sounds • 30 files • 1.04 GB • Includes metadata
Approx. 30 minutes total
Instant - blazingly-fast - digital download
License type:
Royalty-free - you can select the number of users on checkout

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2 reviews

  1. John Wong

    Love The Black Sea library. The recordings sound fantastic, from light to heavy waves.

  2. adamandersson89

    One of the better archives of waves you can find. I haven’t found any better for this price. Fantastic possibilities when layering these waves.

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London based sound recordist and sound designer with a passion for descriptive metadata.