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• In Giant Pinecones, get a visceral collection of scraped and eviscerated pinecones from the gray pine trees of Northern California. Scrape the razor-sharp hooks of the cone petals and hear guttural scrapes crackling with energy. Hear rolling cones popping and fluttering with rich stuttering tones. Hear fully open cone pedals squeaking with woody vocalizations like supernatural animals and hardy crunches filled with organic grit.
• This library offers you an extensive collection of sounds from a unique organic sound source. Digger pinecone sounds are incredibly soft and intimate in real life, but when recorded from two inches they morph into a unique wooden sound source brimming with powerful glitchy and stuttering textures.
2% FOR THE ENVIRONMENT & CARBON NEUTRAL:
• Two percent of the price of this library is donated to an environmental cause, as an “artist royalty” for the planet!
• Carbon offset credits were purchased to offset my field recording travel for this library.
ADVANCED PROPULSION is a next-gen sound design toolkit built for creating dynamic sci-fi vehicle engines and passbys. The designed engine sounds are all seamless loops, making them perfect for use with various plug-ins and interactive applications. All raw source material used to design the engines is included, giving you maximum creative flexibility.
European mountain forest: animals and soundscapes – sound library with more than 4 h 56 mins of recordings. In total 8,97 GB, 193 files of high-quality recordings. Ambiances and textures of woodlands, meadows, bush-lands, mountain slopes, etc. Animal sounds/vocalization, individual clean recordings (see tracklist) with scientific names included in the metadata description chunk. All recordings are captured in pristine nature in: morning, daytime, night time and all year round. Recordings are free of noise pollution and air traffic, ready to use in your project. This library may be interesting to sound designers working in the game industry for making more realistic worlds or even for those working in nature history documentary production. Here you can find ambiances and other possible sounds missing from original footage (often the case with telephoto lens shooting). Among nature soundscapes, dawn choruses, nocturnal recordings here you can find sounds of European gray wolf (Canis lupus), Brown bear (Ursus arctos), Red fox (Vulpes vulpes), Red deer (Cervus elaphus) and many other woodland mammals.
Black grouse (Lyrurus tetrix) , Western capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus), Woodpeckers, Nightjars, Owls and many other woodland birds are included too.
There is an essential guide where to use sounds regarding habitat (in metadata description and tracklist). Especially for video if you are not sure where specific birds or other sounds belong.
The maximum peak level on all recordings is -5 dBFS (for great dynamic range, great headroom).
Human Stampede was recorded across multiple marathon races and captures the sound of footsteps of large crowds of runners. The idea was to capture long takes in stereo with minimal or non-existent crowd chatter to get stereo recordings that are useful for scenes of riots, warfare or even a plain old fun run.
Spatial Roomtones & Interiors is an immersive collection of audio backgrounds for cinema, VR, videogames and any audiovisual or creative purposes.
The audios provided in this library are high quality recordings with Zoom H2n recorder in propietary Spatial Audio mode, horizontal-only ambisonic alike mic layout stored in an AmbiX format. W, X, Y channels of AmbiX provide immersive audio through the horizontal plane and they allow to decode the recording into Mono, Stereo, Binaural, Quad, 5.0, 5.1, 7.1 and more layouts with dedicated Ambisonic processors. Z channel is empty.
The library comes with 5.0 and Stereo version of the AmbiX original recordings.
The following is a 2016 Bell 407 GX Helicopter single license
sound effects library with Metadata (1.8gb compressed .zip file, 2.5gb Uncompressed).
All 17 wave files at about 85 minutes long are in 24 Bit, 96 kHz. The Onboard recordings are in 4 separate mono wave files. Drag & drop or import each of the files into your audio editing software, then align them for creative mixing. There are also ready to use stereo mix versions of the Onboard recordings. External recordings are in mono, stereo, and Ambisonic Format B wave files.
Channel 1 Front Left
Channel 2 Front Right
Channel 3 Rear Left
Channel 4 Rear Right
Notes: If you need specific shots of this helicopter, Watson is available for hire to re-record this or similar sounding aircrafts.
Special thanks to James, his crew, and to Chad Dion (photographer)!
External = Sounds recorded from outside of the aircraft (flybys, etc)
OnBoard = Recording perspectives on and in the aircraft
Recording of a 1972 Porsche 911 ST vintage sports car with a 2.5 liter 6 cylinder boxer dual ignition engine and race car tuning 280 hp.
The German 1972 Porsche 911 ST sound fx collection includes 468 sound files in 45.46 gigabytes of audio. It features the sound of a vintage sports car with a 2.5 liter 6 cylinder boxer dual ignition engine and race car tuning 280 hp.
The bundle gathers 20 synchronized takes from both onboard and exterior perspective. The 18 onboard takes feature microphones positioned in the interior (including an Ambisonic perspective), engine, and at the exhaust while driving with gearshifts, ramps, and steady RPMs. The 7 exterior perspectives showcase departing, arriving, passing by, and reversing at slow, medium, and fast speeds. Also included are idles, performed effects of doors, gearshifts, pedals, and more, and impulse responses of the cabin interior.
The package downloads with Pro Tools and Reaper mixing sessions, custom mixes of the onboard microphones, professional embedded metadata, and translation import files in 7 languages.
Recording of a 1978 Japanese Yamaha ET 340 snowmobile with a 338cc, 2 stroke, 2 cylinder engine.
The 1978 Japanese Yamaha ET 340 snowmobile sound collection gathers 174 clips in 8.47 gigabytes of field recordings. It showcases the sound of a 338cc, 2 stroke, 2 cylinder engine in 23 channels of audio.
The sound pack includes 9 synchronized takes of onboard and exterior driving. The 11 onboard perspectives features recordings from the engine, exhaust, and front shield while the skimobile drives with steady RPMs and ramps. The 5 exterior perspectives arrange microphones at three positions to capture driving at slow and fast speeds on straightaways and around corners. The package also includes custom mixes of the onboard perspectives as wells as performed effects of switches, the throttle, and more.
Each sound is embedded with with seven languages of Soundminer, iXML, BWAV and Mac OS Finder metadata.