Coming soon from The Recordist: Ultimate Destruction HD Professional Sound Effects Library. High Definition sound effects gone wild. Hold on to your hat!More →
As a sound recordist, one of the best things about living in a small town in the middle of nowhere besides fresh air, clean water and quiet is sometimes you get to record things that would be very difficult or impossible to record anywhere else. Some of those things are recording a M-60 machine gun in someones back yard or getting the powerful sounds of a building being ripped apart by an excavator. Well, that has been my life experience ...More →
Coming soon from The Recordist is Mangled Metal Sound Effects Library. Over 600 metal sound effects recorded at 24-Bit 96k and 192k for professional sound designers. This massive collection of metal sounds includes: ripping, bending, denting, folding, crumpling, sliding, scraping, hitting, dropping, crashing, smashing, mangling and more.
Objects used in this collection were: sheetmetal roofing, air ducts, old wood stove, electric stove, solid steel bars, pipes, tin sheets, fence posts and many other odd hunks of metal.
Recorded with a Sound Devices ...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 →
It happened again, I’m sitting on my porch enjoying a good morning cup of coffee and I hear something of in the distance. Cracking, crunching, hitting and a diesel engine. I must go record this I thought to myself so I ran inside, grabbed my gear and drove up the street a bit to where the house I recorded glass breaking in is being ripped apart by a logging claw. I was there in less than five minutes but the ...More →
In February 2010 I drove up the hill behind my house once again and recorded more ice breaking. Keep in mind this “back hill” peak is actually 4000 feet above Sandpoint, Idaho. This time I found a very large water containment pond that had frozen solid when it was extremely cold back in January. The standing water under the ice had drained away and the top 10 inches or so of ice had collapsed in on itself. It was hollow ...More →