Africa Uganda is a collection of various ambient sounds and the day-to-day goings of its locals. Nature is ever present in the recordings from the jungle and in the unique African savannas.
Recorded far from bustling touristic areas, this collection presents Ugandan life in towns & villages and the ambience of schools, markets, hospitals and police stations. If you listen closely, you’ll also recognize the sounds of songbirds and monkeys!
This collection features sounds recorded in 2001 in Kampala and Masindi Forest, and in 2006 further north of the country in the IDP camps near the villages of Lira and Gulu.
These seldom explored and rare places, presenting a colourful range of the beauty of this country, despite the internal war that has raged for more than 30 years.
126 mono & stereo audio files.
This collection is rich and varied and is a great addition to any African sound design.
100 FOUNTAINS comprises 100 sound files of high precise quality stereo recordings of various fountains size, type, and perspective (including 15 hydrophone recordings) recorded over the span of 1 year.
While fountains played a major role throughout history by their functionality of supplying water, they nowadays still operate as a central element in the landscape of towns and cities although diverging from their initial purposes. Their sound sooth the soul and embellish the modern soundscape by masking intrusive noises. They embody life and bring people together. This library of sounds is an homage to these “super-natural” human constructions, in an attempt to capture with fidelity the diversity of their sonic palette.