This week I have made significant advances on producing my Military Radio Voices project. I'm now looking at well over 500 sounds that will be available for download on this project. Also, with the purchase of Soundminer, this will be my first project that I'll have metadata embedded in the project. More to come! Stay tuned.
I have been busy producing my latest library of sound effects. This is a collection of 350 Military Radio calls such as "Roger", "Operation successful", "Man down", "All clear", "Full frontal assault", "Patrolling for enemy sir", "Prepping to breach" and so many more. This product is recorded in high resolution 96/24. Perfect for the gaming industry, media industry and audio production community. This product will be available soon for purchase on Sonniss.com.
I'm proud to be a part of the Sonniss family which is made up of some of the best sound designers in the industry.
Recently I composed and produced a Western Cowboy Love Song that I put up on Youtube. It has the audiojungle watermark throughout it but you can take a listen to it.
In addition to doing lots of composing recently with my Western Spaghetti tracks & Western Cowboy tracks, I have been building my sound effects library. I've focused primarily on Male Voice sounds. This week alone I added 60 new sounds to audiojungle. It includes various typical male voice sounds like Male Understanding Expressions, to Fairytale voices like Fairytale Giant Ogre to Warrior Battle Cries. If you need a custom Male Voice Over sound please contact me!
I've learn long ago when the creative spirit hits and you're on a roll....roll with it! I've had a blast the last several days composing and producing Spaghetti Western style music tracks. I've always loved the music in Clint Eastwood's Westerns (The Good, The Bad, The Ugly) and the music of Ennio Morricone is so creative and original. Using the flavor of his music I've written several pieces that put you right in the middle of a cinematic Western. I used my Gretsch Country Gentleman along with classical acoustic guitar, orchestral strings, choirs, drums, percussion, tubular bells, male shouts, whistles and whip sounds. It takes you back to the 60s and 70s westerns where a gun fight is brewing!
We are still recovering from Hurricane Florence and last week I was emptying a recycle bin that I had filled with water just in case we needed it. Before I emptied it and used some long plastic tubing I bought from Lowes to make lots of different bubble sounds. I attached the tubing to a brick with duct tape to make it sink to the bottom of the bin. Using my Sennheiser MKH 8040 stereo pair I recorded several different runs of bubble blowing. I also used a long broom stick to stir the water to make stirring sounds. After I dropped the sound in Logic Pro X, I was able to sample it and pitch the bubbles down a bit. I added some compression/EQ and added a track with a fireplace sound I recorded some time ago and another track of boiling steamy water. One I mastered it I have a nice witches boiling cauldron sound effect!
Very happy that this past week I hit 10,000 sounds sold online! This has been a goal for the last year and it feels nice to finally reach it. Now on to 20,000!
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