This is the windmills sound effects archive from Morten Green Sound FX
27 soundfiles of totally 62 minutes of sound in 96 kHz 24 bit.
The windmills recorded in this archive are 6 old 45 metre tall windmills, generating electricity on the coast of the small Danish island Orø. They are rather old and worn out, so they generate a lot of interesting noises, especially when you get very close to them.
The structures are from metal, bolted into a concrete foundation with small openings, so you can actually get the microphones underneath the reverberant structure itself, for sounds from inside the windmills. The blades are made from glass fibre and pretty worn, so they give a lot of nice whistling noises.
There are recordings from many different distances to the windmills, ranging from 150 m to right underneath the windmill structure.
Most of the sound files are more than 2 minutes in length.
I am a Sound Recordist / Sound Designer / Supervising Sound Editor from Denmark with over 20 years of professional experience.
Over the years I have been supervising around 20 feature films, many of which I have also recorded.
I have won the Danish Film Academy Award for best sound 3 times, in 2004 for Reconstruction, 2011 for R and in 2013 for A Hijacking. In 2016 the film A War by danish director Tobias Lindholm was nominated for the best foreign language film at the Oscars, I was the supervising sound editor / sound designer on that film.
I live in Copenhagen, Denmark, and I own a small sound studio. I do sound for a living and as a hobby as well.