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$40.00 excl tax
Windmill – Heart of he beast
Proposes a large variety of wood sounds at different speeds. Focused on the wings, the main axis, the grindstone, the flour beaters and the global atmosphere.
Those dynamic and quieter sounds will allow a lot of situations as a wooden boat, wagon, structure, rope, creaks, groans, scrapes….
The beast has a heart, the beast is alive
(Heart of the beast)
The Windmill library gets you rich, organic-sounding recordings of wood, stone and metal. Crunches, grindings, rumbles, rhythm, squeaks, roars, movements, gears – it’s all there, captured in an old windmill.
The library focuses on the sounds of the wings, the main axis, the grindstone, the flour beaters and the global atmosphere – and they’re perfect for sounds of a wooden boat, wagons, structures, ropes etc.
Features both interior and exterior recordings, and gets you more than 1 hour and 20 minutes of atmospheric recordings.
The beast was recorded in France
Tech description :
- 744T Sound Device + SQN (Sony)
- Barcus Berry contact mic
- KMR 82i Neuman
- MS Schoeps CMC 6 and CMC 5, decoded
- 96 Khz/24 bits, 35 .WAV stereo and mono files (2,62 GB)
- 04 Zip files
For multi user license, please contact RED LIBRARIES
Created and produced by Frederic Devanlay and Cedric Denooz for Red Libraries and Big wheels studio