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  • Environments Aotearoa New Zealand Play Track 33+ sounds included, 372 mins total From: $13

    Aotearoa New Zealand. A slice of heaven. This library is an amazing collection of the sweetness New Zealand has to offer. From the broad meadows of the Waikato basin, to the dawn chorus of the magical Marlborough Sounds, and thick bush of Wainuiamata. The library was pieced together between 2016-18 through all seasons with some of the most diverse sounds coming out of Summer. Hear the enchanted Tui, Bellbird and the melodic New Zealand Magpie in dawn chorus, as well as a swarm of Green & Gold Bell Frogs in the Hora Hora Wetlands.

    Aotearoa New Zealand gives you a definitive cross-section of the country’s aural beauty in 372 minutes of metadata tagged ambience recordings. The majority of this library was recorded in; Mistletoe Bay, Matapouri, Ōtaki, Hora Hora, Remutaka Range, Mount Holdsworth, and Island Bay.

    Available in two versions: Full & Micro

    Full: The complete library.
    Micro: A cut down library featuring some of our favourite sounds from the complete collection.

    Gear Used:
    Sound Devices 744T + MixPre-D
    Sennheiser MKH30 + MKH50 (M/S)
    Sennheiser MKH8040 Pair (ORTF)
    Rycote Windjammers + Blimps

  • Hum, Buzz & Glitches Magnetic Fields Vol.1 Play Track [105+ Full / 13+ Micro] sounds included, [128 Full / 14 Micro] mins total From: $13

    If you're after electromagnetic sounds, this library delivers: Captured with The LOM Elektrosluch 3+ throughout 2015. The sounds heard with this special piece of equipment are other-worldly, ghostly and oftentimes, scary. If you haven't managed to get your hands on one yet, or missed out while pre-orders we're presenting this library as the definitive Elektrosluch 3+ sound. Hear the analog and digital: screaming whirls of electronic servo motors, the intense hum and whoosh of new and old transformers, and the pained glitching of processors and data paths of a circuit-bent Furby. 

    We have designed this library to be as useful and versatile as possible to be used in every application, from television, music sampling, theatre, to film. We recorded, edited and hand-picked a selection of science fiction-inspired electrical props in order to obtain the best sound sources for this library. All sounds have not been processed through special effects processors, they are simply the sounds of Electromagnetic Fields, recorded with a LOM Elektrosluch 3+.

    Available in two versions: Full & Micro

    Full: The complete library.
    Micro: A cut down library featuring some of our favourite sounds from the complete collection.

    Includes over 2 hours of Electromagnetic Field sounds from sources such as:

    Transformers, Televisions, Motors, Servos, Hard Drives, Vintage and New Electrical Technologies, Circuit Bent Props, Cameras, Telephones, Computers, Disk Drives, Remote Controls, Toys, Power Supply Units, Fairy Lights, and Vacuum Cleaners.

  • Electricity Magnetic Fields Vol.2 Play Track 81+ sounds included, 104 mins total From: $13

    Magnetic Fields Volume Two. A science fiction adventure. Following up to the ever popular volume one, volume two is an extension or a standalone introduction to the Magnetic Fields libraries. From the delicate high frequencies of an OLED display panel, to the huge low frequencies of the London Underground, and the beautiful rhythms of an LED open sign. This library has been slowly assembled and pieced together since the release of the original library in 2016. Hear the magnetic tension of a public bus, the grind and stress of a lint shaver servo, and the soft intricate pulses and rhythms of computer processors.

    Magnetic Fields Volume Two gives you 104 minutes of pure meta tagged charged particles, sounds of the unheard and the purest science fiction base for your sound library. Volume Two is best paired of Volume One for the definitive experience and sound set.

    Available in two versions: Full & Micro

    Full: The complete library.
    Micro: A cut down library featuring some of our favourite sounds from the complete collection.

    Gear Used:
    Sound Devices 744T + MixPre-D
    LOM Priezor
    LOM Elektrosluch
    Includes over 100 minutes of Electromagnetic Field sounds from sources such as:

    Transformers, Televisions, Servos, Hard Drives, Sound Recorders, Telephones, Computers, Disk Drives, Trains, Motors, Billboards, Buses and Power Supplies.

  • Drones & Moods RE201 Space Echo Play Track [210+ Full / 36+ Micro] sounds included, [284 Full / 36 Micro] mins total From: $13

    The RE-201 Space Echo. Introduced in 1973 is Roland’s most notable outboard FX unit, its sound is both utility and musical. The Space Echo carves its place in music history with its sweeping echoes and infinite oscillations. Its warm and pleasant sound has been heard a million times in a million different ways in both score and album. Hear its soothing oscillations, its creaking pleather case, switches, knobs, and vintage science fiction expressive UI and emotive aural gestures.

    We have designed this library to be as useful as possible while offering an insight into every sound the RE-201 Space Echo offers. This means both the internal, and external sound sources from the whirls and vibrations of its motor, to the clicks, snaps, and clunks of its switches and into the world of its echoes, spring reverb, and oscillations of its processed sound.

    Available in two versions: Full & Micro

    Full: The complete library.
    Micro: A cut down library featuring some of our favourite sounds from the complete collection.

    Metadata:

    Full Library • Micro Library

    This collection contains 284 minutes of Space Echo sounds from sources such as its: Transformer, Motor, Solenoid, Circuit Board, Screws, Switches, Knobs, Cables, Hinges, Handle, Box Pickups, Lid Closing/Opening, Echoes, Oscillations, Rate Sweeps, Line Noise. As Well as processed sounds such as: Signal Generator Sweeps, Impulse Tones, Kick Drum, Snare Drum, Self-Oscillations and many others.

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