The collection gathers the sounds of body damage and horror from sound design sources such as:
- Seafood. Cracking lobster shells, breaking king crabs, slimy octopus movements, and more.
- Guts and entrails. Elements taken from a food butchery such as lungs, guts, and bones.
- Skinning and bone breaking. Recordings of skinning a deer, together with bones breaking.
- Pig blood. Spills and splatters of thick pig blood.
All elements were recorded at 192 kHz, 24-bit. Download options include 3.0 LCR arrangements, and also a smaller, less expensive version ($129) with fewer files at 96 kHz in stereo.
Listen to a sample of the field recordings on SoundCloud:
The Tonsturm crew have also released a video of the recording process:
The sound library is on sale until October 12. The full version is $129 (reduced from $159), and the stereo, 96 kHz version is $109 (reduced from $129).
Check out the Gore & Slaughter sound fx collection on Tonsturm’s website.
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