Dr. Daniels is the only dentist I’ve ever known and he was gracious enough to let me roam around his office afer hours collecting these sounds. The intent was to gather source material for hi-tech gadgetry so the library contains a nice selection of tools and equipment including drills, a
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
Useful Winds contains 17 decoded ms recordings of various types of wind, both interior and exterior. From a mild breeze through an Irish field to a storm gale atop of a Spanish hill, the library delivers a vast array of windy goodness. Recording with Schoeps mk4/mk8 & SoundDevices MixPre-D.
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