Field recordist George Vlad’s Web shop Mindful Audio has released two fresh sound clip bundles featuring on a specific approach: gathering Foley performances of “Elements.”
Frozen Sound Clips
The first, Elements: Ice (89 sounds, 1.590 gigabytes, $49.00) has an interesting and diverse collection of frozen samples:
- Breaking ice.
- Squeezing ice.
- Crunching ice.
- Ice in water.
- Shuffling ice.
And there is more. The collection includes over 1,500 clips captured with the respected Sennheiser MKH 8040 microphone, as well as a Sony PCM-D100. The tracks were captured in mono at 96 kHz/24-bit, are embedded with Soundminer metadata, and total almost an hour and a half of audio.
Listen to the SoundCloud preview:
Mechanical Sound FX
The second release in the series is Elements: Gears (107 sounds, 1.880 gigabytes, $59.00). As you’d expect, it focuses on mechanical clicking, grinding, and ticking sounds.
Over 2000 individual samples are provided in mono Soundminer-embedded 96 kHz/24-bit files, totalling almost two hours of sound fx.
Vlad used the same 8040 to captures the sounds, with the addition of a JrF contact microphone.
Check out the SoundCloud preview:
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