Benoit Tigeot is a french sound designer/engineer from France that works on animation films and cartoons, which have inspired him to join the force of the independent SFX libraries, by announcing the release of Glass Squeak, a new library loaded with all kinds of different elements interacting with glass, recorded with Lauriane Capaldi at Talkover Studios, France.
We work almost exclusively on cartoons. Too often the characters are knocking on windows and gliding along the windows. They have lacked of SFX for this type of action that’s why we had the idea to record this type of sound.
We recorded on a glass in the studio; squeaks, slide, wail with sponges, cardboard plate, polystyrene plate, small block of polystyrene and finally fingers.
Recorded sounds are very musical and can be used in many other actions that they originally planned.
Glass Squeak SFX Library – $10 | 89 WAV files | 24-Bit 96kHz