This sound effects library is a collection of field recordings of freight trains in the San Francisco Bay area with a route along San Jose, Richmond, Oakland, Emeryville, and San Francisco. All the recorded freight trains were old, rusty, and covered in graffiti. When in motion they come alive with
This sound library is entirely based on the Victor adding machine, made in the 1920s. This machine was purely mechanical and non-electric. In this sound library you'll get individual recordings of the machine's hand crank, printer, paper, and button/keys tracks as well as six complete recordings of the adding machine
The Infantry Soldiers sound library was recorded at a real Swedish military drill. It contains AK5 rifles, AT-rocket launchers, screaming Swedish soldiers, tanks driving by and much more. It was all pretty crazy - and we had a lot of fun recording it! The clips are cut into arrays of
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