This library of only the highest quality sounds of the body was recorded over several long and precarious nights. It was a labor of love, as we starved ourselves for the perfect stomach grumbles, and gagged ourselves for authentic puking sounds. We hope you can find many uses for this library, and we hope it brings your next project to the next level!
Features sounds such as:
Bone cracks, breathing, burps, chewing, coughs, eating, farts, gagging, gargling, grumbles, hiccups, kissing, nose blows, puking, rumble, scratching, sneezes, spitting, swishes, throat clears, yawns
All recordings were recorded in a Foley studio at 192kHz with a Fostex FR-2 recorder, Project Studio C4 mic, and Ambient Emesser ATE-208 bi-directional mic and mastered in Pro Tools.
In this collection you'll find EMF captured from devices like: phones, TVs, hard drives, Playstation 3s, MacBooks, printers, scanners, juicers, pencil sharpeners, frequency counters, digital sweep function generators, camcorders, VCRs, DVD players, DSLRs, network routers, mixing consoles, and MUCH MORE!
The provided collection features over 1 hour of ambient recordings in Northern Italy, in the Trentino, Veneto, Lombardia, Piemonte, and Liguria regions and include cities, country sides, mountains, grape fields, national parks, roomtones, crowds, mornings/days/afternoon and nights. Also noted is some city ambiences and crowds are void of traffic noise as some city laws forbid traffic, they are clean and isolated calm and quiet crowds.
They are stereo recordings in decoded MS and XY. All files are mastered the same, in Protools HD, and are monitored through a phase scope to keep the files phase coherent, and edited to be M&E friendly.
Our Gore library was recorded in the weeks preceding Halloween 2017. We decided to have some fun because we generally only have access to pumpkins this time of year and thought why not create something fun for us, and our friends and colleagues to use. Please enjoy the use of these recording in all your spooky movies and sound design.
Provided are 750 MB of LR and MS Recordings. LR is decoded from the MS and has the approximate stereo width as an XY recording. On the MS tracks the mid mic is on the left and the side mic on the right.
The LR can be encoded back into MS or if panned center, cancels out the side mics to just play the mid mic. Alternately in the provided MS file, the right side channel can be dropped so you can use the mono center. The 2 files are mastered the same. Occasionally the levels vary on the MS track as these are the levels set to keep the the tracks phase coherent. All tracks are edited to be M&E friendly, and monitored through a phase scope to again, keep the tracks phase coherent.
All recordings were recorded In a foley studio at 192kHz with a Fostex FR-2 recorder, Project Studio C4 mic, and Ambient Emesser ATE-208 bi-directional mic and mastered in Pro Tools.
All recordings are recorded in Toronto, Ontario Canada, by Ryan Macneill and Steven Ejbick of Textures Sound.
Introducing a collection of writing, painting, paper tearing, cutting, and carving sounds featuring tons of different pens, markers, brushes, and types of paper. You won’t have any trouble cutting together any office or classroom scene with this library. All FX were recorded on a professional Foley stage at 192kHz/24bit.
Various types of pencils, pens, permanent makers, highlighters, crayons, chalk, and paint brushes big and small.
We used many different surfaces to give you more choices when editing, plus sounds of paper cutting, crumpling, carving, erasing, label making, box cutting, taping, etc.
We hope you enjoy it!
This library is all about wheels – and lots of them! Includes recordings of a selection of objects with wheels such as carts, transport stretchers, gurneys, rolling stands, shelves, IV stands, wooden tables, wheelchairs – and all the button clicks, slides, latches, and electronics that come with them.
All sounds were recorded in Mid/Side technique with mid on the left channel and side on the right. Recorded with Project Studio C4 mics, Sennheiser 416 Mics, Ambient Emesser, on a Fostex FR2 2 track recorder and mastered in Pro Tools.
The left side of the RAW files can be used as a MONO center effect and the encoded files as a stereo effect which has the width of an XY configuration and can be panned center for a mono compatible mix.
rMS = Raw Mid/side
MS = Decoded Mid/Side
Recorded in Toronto, Ontario, Canada by Steven Ejbick and Ryan Macneill of Textures Sound
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