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Home Sound Effects WINTER SCAPE


From: $119

Feel the coldness of winter landscapes. In the heart of the Cantal mountains in France, immerse yourself in a soothing nature or in the cold winter wind.

All files are embedded with extensive UCS compliant metadata.


Licensor: : Audio Field Categories: , , , , .
Type: Ambience sound effects / recordings
Specs: 33 sounds • 66 files • 24 Bit / 96 kHz • 13 Go / 5 Go • Includes metadata
Approx. 148 minutes total
Instant - blazingly-fast - digital download
License type:
Royalty-free - you can select the number of users on checkout

During a snowy winter, I embarked on my first expedition in challenging conditions with the spaced surround recording rig. It proved to be a demanding yet enlightening experience, providing insights into how the rig performs in extreme weather conditions.

Throughout the field recording journey, all the equipment faced the challenges of freezing temperatures and humidity. Remarkably, the 5 Sennheiser MKH 8090s performed flawlessly, demonstrating their resilience to extreme conditions.

Being on a plateau during a snowstorm posed challenges in finding the optimal recording spots. However, the surrounding forests offered essential shelter, allowing me to capture the gusts of wind sweeping through the frozen trees.

This surround sound library features recordings from :

  • Snowy forests with and without birds
  • Frozen watercourses
  • Gusty winds from windy plateaus

These sounds were captured in a mid-mountain region, around 1500m, in central France. The Cantal region, renowned for its natural beauty, forests, gentle mountains, and picturesque plateaus, provided an ideal backdrop.

With snow blanketing the landscapes, this pack includes sound files that authentically capture the serene essence of winter.


Full sound effects list for WINTER SCAPE:

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Additional information


Surround + Stereo, Stereo


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Paul Kusnierek, french sound editor and field recordist.
I would like to develop eclectic sound librairies for sound designers and sound editors.