It has been a little while since the last SFX Independence post. So many new sfx libraries have come to our attention during that time that this roundup comes in two parts, designed to make it more digestible. Part 2 will follow later in the week.
Our aim is to provide readers information about the best and most innovative independent sound effects library available, so if you’d like your recently-released library to be considered for inclusion in the next roundup, all you need to do is fill in the Independent SFX Library submission form.
Tim Nielsen – Yellowstone
The Yellowstone SFX Library comprises 120 stereo tracks, recorded at 96/24 by supervising sound editor and sound designer Tim Nielsen. This 8GB pack of sounds from the Yellowstone geothermal volcano in Wyoming, USA, includes giant geysers, bubbling mud pots, fumaroles, hot springs, water streams and more.
Recorded using a SoundDevices 722, using Schoeps MS rig (CMC6 XT extended frequency bodies with an MK41/MK8 Capsule setup) and a Telinga Stereo Parabolic microphone.
Released: August 2014
Tim Nielsen on IMDB
It’s been a while since we put one of these together…what’s going on in the world of independent sfx right now? Some people appear to have been on the same wavelength. ;)
All tension creaking, and breaking sounds in this library, were recorded inside a dense pine tree forest in Sweden. Particular for this hidden gem of a location is, that the distance to the nearest bigger road is apx. 10 Km, and further more, the location being surrounded by tall pine trees, makes the chance of any wind very low.
At night, all you can hear is the pulsing rush of blood beating in your own ears. Its so silent, its almost scary.
SPECIAL 48 HOURS DEAL!!! Purchasing the ICE Tension-Creaking-Breaking sfx library before Friday the 5. April 23:59:59 CET, will activate a coupon code to get the Footsteps Snow sfx library for FREE!!! (Already got this library? Don’t worry. Please get in touch, and we will work out another free library deal).
There are a few new libraries out and about town; for instance…
Who knew a “waterphone” was an actual thing?! Apparently it is, and this library is filled with some positively interesting tonal effects.
Check out the library here.