The name is pretty self spoken: lots of crazy vegetables being killed and mutilated by Tim.
There are different formats and qualities of the library. I have the “Max” version, which I really recommend if you work on sound design. Why? Because of the wide variety of performances of each sound and obviously the quality of them. You can also get other options such as the MID, LITE and FREE versions, but those have least performances and lower quality.
The download is fast. You receive a mail with the link to download the files and it’s done. For me, were three different parts in rar format. All the stuff uncompress without problems and then you get a folder with the WAV files and a .ptf file.
In this MAX version, all the sounds are in 96kHz and 24-Bit. All of them are perfectly tagged and have metadata for all your needs. I used them with AudioFinder, Basehead and Pro Tools and all worked without problem.
Tim included a lot of different elements and used different ways to kill them. From mandarines to pumpkins, from celery to eggs. You will find lots of useful things to make great punches, impacts, kills, bloody combats, bone breaks, and anything related to it. Nothing “over-designed”; just great and clean collection of raw elements to start combining and processing.
The pack also have a Pro Tools Session (.ptf) containing all the sounds into one channel. Once you open it, you can’t stop to have fun with these things.
As I said on a post at Designing Sound, this distribution model for sound effects libraries is fantastic. You can get high quality sounds instantly and the price is very affordable. If you need good battered vegetable sounds, this library will fill all your needs.
So, congratulations to Tim and good luck with this great project. Looking forward to the next release!