Created by sound designers Frederic Devanlay and Cedric Denooz, the collection was designed to provide a series of “unclassifiable objects, but with a natural aspect and texture” for science fiction, fantasy, and horror projects.
So, the elements are sourced from diverse real-world field recordings, such as toasters, garden hoses, ratchets, and trolleys. Textures have been created from metal, wood, and plastic. Water and wind sounds have also contributed to the clips, as well.
You’ll hear buzzing pass bys, hollow swipes, creepy vocal swooshes, fluttering passes, gritty bys, glimmering sweeps, and more, all at a variety of speeds.
Check out the SoundCloud preview below:
Learn more about Unknown Pass Bys on the Red Libraries website.
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