RDGsoundFX was started in 2012 by Sound Designer and Recordist Russell Gorsky. Driven to create his own sound effects library that could be available to the many sound professionals out there, Russell followed his dream to become a successful sound designer and recordist. These professional sound libraries are meant for the needs of sound designers and editors everywhere.
You can visit his personal website at www.russellgorsky.com
There you can find examples of his work with links to his IMDb, Vimeo, and SoundCloud.
This library features recordings of 3 different beaches along the California coast, including Malibu, Palos Verdes, and San Simeon. In these recordings you will hear Waves crashing, seagulls and other birds, Elephant Seals, light people chatter, light traffic, and distant Ambulance sirens.
Drones are essential for every sound designer and composer. Combine and layer Drones to add more depth, tension, and suspense to your track. Drones can act as a great background to any sci-fi scene and make your music more interesting.
This library features recordings of a turbine warehouse specializing in refining gasoline. In these recordings you will hear metal lathes, compressors, soldering, and other mechanical movement. This library was recorded at 3 different perspectives.
All sounds in this collection are in stereo 24bit 192khz Broadcast Wave format. Files are in a zip file, which includes a PDF with detailed metadata.
This library features recordings of 7 different parking garages in Los Angeles, including the Beverly Center, Glendale Galleria, a busy Hollywood Mall, a busy Burbank Mall, the Sherman Oaks Galleria, The Americana, and The Grove. In these recordings you will hear car by's, horns, people walking and chattering, car alarms, Ambulance sirens, and lots of nice low rumble.
Around 70 minutes of ambiences are included in total.
All sounds in this collection are in stereo 24bit 96khz Broadcast Wave format. Files are in a zip file, which includes a PDF with detailed metadata.
This library features recordings of different objects ripped and torn apart, making for lots and lots of interesting material for you to design anything you want. Features a total of 445 audio files in 17 different categories.
Note: This is an updated and remastered version of Rips and Tears – it also features more and better metadata.
Cardboard • Coupon Paper • Craft Paper • Denim • Duct Tape • Foam Board • Food • Large Envelope • Paper Bag • Paper Box • Poster Board • Randoms • Regular Paper • Sock • T-Shirt • Velcro
Squeaks and Creaks features recordings of different objects that squeak, creak, and make tons of other cool noises.
In these recordings you will find 12 different categories including Balloons, Coffee Mugs, Hardwoods Floors, Headphones, Ice Cube Trays, Leather Bags, Leather Jackets, Mic Stands, Pint Glasses, Plastic Water Bottles, Plastic Wrappers, and Windows.
This library was recorded with a Barcus Berry Contact Mic and a Rode NTG-3.
Note: This is an updated and remastered version of Squeaks and Creaks – it also features more and better metadata.
A big new collection of squeaking and creaking sounds – nearly two hours in total, from a wide range of sources.
Shower glass, metal hinges, garage doors, office chairs, plastic handles, rusty ladders, wooden doors, styrofoam, running shoes, bottle corks, plastic containers, medicine cabinets, rubber gloves, plastic bottles, metal coathangers, rusty pipes, wood deckboard, metal springs, plastic straws, wooden baskets, small metal doors, roll-up curtains, large wooden gates, wood floors, metal wheels, screen doors, sliding doors, metal locker doors, rubber extension cords and more.
This library features recordings of a metal shelf being shaken, slammed, scraped, and other torturous things.
In this library, you’ll find metal slams, moans, squeals, shakes, taps, and sounds of rocks being poured over it.
There are lots of nice resonant sounds filled clangorous textures. Great for creating creepy tones for suspense and tension.
This library was recorded with a Barcus Berry Contact Mic going into a Barcus Berry 4000 preamp and a Sound Devices 702.
Twisted Zither features recordings of an old zither being plucked, scraped, hit, and shaken. The library includes string hits, wood hits, tones, and different resonant sounds using a number of props such as mallets, african shakers, keys, coins, a metal beam, and fingers.
If you're looking for organic, wooden – and eerie – sounds, this one's not to be missed.
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