Tremor is a sound library of rumbles and rattles, metal shudders, wooden shivers, and shaking plastic. The Tonsturm team captured shuddering subjects such as:
- Metal gates.
- Wooden racks.
- Plastic cases.
- Wine glasses.
- Train wagons.
And more. The sound library is provided with three channels at high-definition 192 kHz/24-bit resolution, which contributes to the huge 30 gigabytes library size. The shop also offers an option to download a 96 kHz stereo version of the bundle for $30 less.
The collection would work well to accent other effects in a sound project. I recall editing earthquake and plane crash scenes and longing for shuddering accents like these.
You can get a sense of the breadth of the Tremor sound library by listening to the SoundCloud preview.
A Vimeo video is also available:
The Tremor sound library is currently on sale for $119.00, which is $40.00 off the full $159.00 retail price.
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