Presenting Ultimate Glass Sound Effects Library. 736 glass sound effects recorded at 24-Bit 96kHz. Sounds included but not limited to: Windows, Mirrors, Bottles, Vases, Jars, Dishes, Wine Glasses, Drinking Glasses, Light Bulbs, Ornaments and Computer Screens. Not only is there the usual smashing and breaking of glass, there are many sounds made by glass that are perfect for video game and film sound design. Pitch, bend, warp and process to your heart’s delight. Over a year in the making and ...More →
A few days ago I hit my old Sony 27 inch tube television set with a sledgehammer. (yeah, it was fun!) It had been sitting around for years after being retired for a new widescreen LCD TV. I bought this TV back in 1995 after many nights watching a battered up 14 inch TV. OK, history over…. Now the fun stuff. I moved the really heavy TV down to my foley recording area outside and on the way it got ...More →
It’s been about 12 years since I recorded a train. When I lived in Seattle I was able to get some great recordings of all kinds of trains in many environments. When I moved to Idaho in 1997 I soon realized that trains were everywhere. North Idaho is the main Northern route from East to West. 60+ trains a day pass through here so there is always a chance to get recordings year round. I recorded many trains back in ...More →
Welcome to the Ultimate Glass Sound Effects Library Video Gallery. Below are some full length videos from the many recording sessions. These videos show as many of the takes as allowable by law. (the law of “making sure I don’t make a fool of myself”). Enjoy!
Ultimate Glass HD Pro • Files: 736 • Zip Size: 760.1MB • Price: $75.00 USD
Presenting Ultimate Glass HD Professional Sound Effects Library. This ground breaking collection has 736 pristine glass ...More →
My friend Damian who runs the blog “Lost Chocolate Lab” has posted his and other tweets from GDC 2011. He has also included some great pictures of us audio peeps hanging out in the hallway between sessions. Thanks so much Damian!
From his blog: In the ephemeral stream of consciousness, it can often be hard to pin down the flow of a ...More →
Here are some pictures from my trip to GDC 2011. I had such a great time meeting all the folks from the Twitter Universe. I also got to see some old friends and meet some of my customers. Thanks for all the wonderful comments about my sound libraries offered here at my website. Your support is truly appreciated and I hope I can see all of you next year.
Presenting the trailer video for Ultimate Wood Sound Effects Library. This massive collection of 500 wood based sound effects recorded at 24-Bit 96kHz includes: gigantic trees falling, tree bark cracks, sheets of plywood ripped apart, heavy beams dropped, logs rolling down hills, wood panel cracks and tiny branch snaps just to name a few.
This library was started in the summer of 2007 and invloved ...More →
Water splashes North Idaho style! It’s no wonder we have our share of it way up here because North Idaho has one of the largest fresh-water aquifers in the country. This collection is a diverse and soaking wet collection of 344 water splash sound effects from many exhausting recording sessions over the last 3 years. Recorded and mastered at 24-Bit 96k this unique library will ...More →
Ultimate Fire Sound Effects Library: December 15, 2010. Wanna play with fire?
Ultimate Fire Sound Effects Library
|The Ultimate Fire Sound Effects Library contains 583 scorching hot royalty free fire sound effects recorded at 24-Bit 96kHz and 192kHz. Bursts, whooshes, torches, flamethrowers, candles, matches, forest fires, burning brush, bushes, chemicals, camp stoves ...|
Below are some audio clips of these and some other events that I “happened” upon this year. One cool spontaneous session was in my brother’s barn. There was an old aluminum boat inside, and I banged the front (I don’t know boat-speak very well) of the boat with a mic inside and under, as well as recording scratching finger nails along the top. Another spontaneous session “happened” after I was recording my SUV on a remote mountain top development road. ...More →