This library gets you atmospheric ambiences from all over the world; from the UK, Greece, Spain, Morocco to Germany and America – and includes cities like Jerusalem, Las Vegas and many more. The recordings have been captured on land, at sea and in the air – and with over 6 hours of ambiences in total, 101 Ambiences offers a wealth of material for your projects.
Bo Ho – Kontakt Edition, is a new library of weird and wonderful sounds created from a cymbal being played with a violin bow. It consists of 52 clean recordings in WAV format, plus 8 manipulated, effected versions of some of the files, also in WAV format.
In addition to this, there are 15 Kontakt Instruments made up of different effects to all 60 WAV files, mapped to 60 keys on the keyboard, creating 900 individual sounds / drones / underscores when played with the full Kontakt Player (5.6.8 or above).
The sounds range from the haunting and the subtle, to the distorted ear bleeder and everything in between. The WAV files can be used on their own, or manipulated in any way. The Kontakt Instruments are all unlocked and fully editable, making the possibilities of different versions of the files infinite.
This library is a must for theatre / film / TV sound designers and for sound artists or for anyone who appreciates and uses strange sounds for any project.
Please note that the Kontakt instruments will only play on the full, latest version (5.6.8 or above).
Looking for real fart sounds? 'Fifty Shades Of Brown' by WW Audio features 50 disgusting, comedic, and 100% genuine real farts. Great for comedy, pantomimes, or any time your project simply calls for a bit of flatulence.
This library captures the sounds of the beautiful city of Amsterdam. With crowds, transport, water and general ambiences. From the busy street to the quiet park, from the red light district to the outdoor café, there is everything here for the theatre designer or film maker to get a true taste of the Dutch capital.
Get the sound of Las Vegas, the original Sin City: Ambient and crowd recordings of locations on the famous Las Vegas Strip and beyond. Also includes recordings from the Hoover Dam and the Grand Canyon, including a 30 minute internal helicopter flight through the canyon. Perfect for film makers, documentary makers and theatre sound designers to get those authentic Vegas sounds. Includes Soundminer embedded metadata.
Get the sounds and ambiences of London: Here are 101 authentic recordings from the English capital.
Featuring crowd sounds, traffic, general ambience, underground / tube, church bells, emergency and much more, this library is the perfect backdrop to any film / theatre project in need of that lively, living city sound. Detailed metadata is included.
In total, this library gets you more than 4 hours of atmospheric London sounds!
Sounds captured at famous (and some not-so-famous) London locations and landmarks such as:
Alexandra Palace • Borough Market • Bricklayers Arms • British National Gallery • Buckingham Palace • Cardington Street • Carnaby Street • Chelsea Wharf • China Town • Courtyard Gallery • Covent Garden • Euston Station • Festival Pier • Gough Square Warwick Court • Greenwich Foot Tunnel • Hyde Park • Islington Green • Joseph Grimaldi Park • King's Cross underground station • London Eye • London Underground • Old Compton Street • Palladium Theatre • Piccadilly Circus • Pubs around London • River Thames • Royal Horticultural Halls • Seven Dials • Shaftesbury Avenue • Soho • Somerset House • Southbank • Southbank Skatepark • Southbank Tower • Southwark Street • St Paul's Church gardens • The Strand • Theatre Royal • Trafalgar Square • Warwick Court • West End • Whitechapel
With A Sound Effect, Asbjoern has created a web site where our international community can browse, learn, and share the vast fruits of our labors. Together we are accelerating the very real potential power of sound design as a recognized art form.
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