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I had just recently learned about Vancouver Film School graduates Aditya J. Yadav & Kartik Kulkarni’s field recordings. They’ve created a new Web shop, Bombay Sonic, and have 3 economical sound fx collections now available. I’ll briefly share details about the three new sound libraries today.
Seyboth writes about the subject:
The Royal 10 started production in 1914, but that variant has two glass panels on each side. They later switched to one panel on each side (which is what this has), and no one seems quite sure when this change happened. This Typewriter is likely from roughly the 1920’s–30’s, but that’s a guess.
The sound fx collection features detailed recordings of every aspect of the machine:
And much more. You can hear a good cross-section of the sounds in the preview:
The sound fx library page has more interesting detail about how Seyboth found and recorded the machine.
Sound Effects Search now includes new Web store Collected Transients. Collecting the recordings of sound designer Stosh Tuszynski, the initial offerings include We Are The People (57 sounds, 1.54 gigabytes, $25.00), MaK – Mouse and Keyboard (1859 sounds, 80 megabytes, $25.00), and Machine Emanation (70 sounds, 11.7 gigabytes, $30.00).