This library is born in the aim of bringing ultra high quality malleable materials for sound designers with extensive organic variations in the realm of horror/gore.
This collection of sounds gives power to bring the most gruesome and disgusting scene alive with vivid realism.
Each file has a great amount a variations of the same sound. In the meantime, the extensive frequency range provided by the Sanken co-100k and the Sennheiser MKH-series microphones allows extreme pitch-shifting.
Let’s express creativity by layering these sounds and pitch-shiftings with almost no limits!
* Disclaimer: no humans or animals were harmed in the making of this library
The library encompasses 315 sounds of cracklings, frictions, impacts, and squashes. Part of the sounds were recorded in the field, on thin ice layers recovering lakes. Part were thoroughly recorded in studio. Also the debris sounds have a particularly interesting sonic texture due to the process of slightly melting and freezing again, which gives them this special crispy crusty quality.
Textures & Tensions
These unique focused sounds have been edited meticulously making them easier to integrate in any audiovisual project or interactive program. The rare distinctive quality of these recordings also allows them to be a base for any sound experimentation through a creative process; and can be layered with other sounds or treated in order to produce interesting sound design. All in all, these brittle coarse sounds constitute a practical pool for sound designing. A must-have for ice fractures, frictions, fissures, and tensions.
Exterior Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Summer August Morning Gauthier Street, Backyard with a Continuous Air Conditioning Compressor, Birds Chirping, Winds Through Trees Cracking and Leaves, Church Bells Ringing