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European mountain forest: animals and soundscapes – sound library with more than 4 h 56 mins of recordings.
In total 8,97 GB, 193 files of high quality recordings. Ambiances and textures of woodlands, meadows, bush-lands, mountain slopes etc. Animal sounds/vocalization, individual clean recordings (see track list) with scientific names included in metadata description chunk. All recordings are captured in pristine nature in: morning, daytime, night time and all year round. Recordings are free of noise pollution and air traffic, ready to use in your project.
This library may be interesting to sound designers working in the game industry for making more realistic worlds or even for those working in nature history documentary production. Here you can find ambiances and other possible sounds missing from original footage (often the case with telephoto lens shooting). Among nature soundscapes, dawn choruses, nocturnal recordings here you can find sounds of European gray wolf (Canis lupus), Brown bear (Ursus arctos), Red fox (Vulpes vulpes), Red deer (Cervus elaphus) and many other woodland mammals.
Black grouse (Lyrurus tetrix) , Western capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus), Woodpeckers, Night jars, Owls and many other woodland birds are included too.
There is an essential guide where to use sounds regarding habitat (in metadata description and track list). Especially for video if you are not sure where specific birds or other sounds belong.
Maximum peak level on all recordings is -5 dBFS (for great dynamic range, great headroom).
Number of Files: 193 High Quality WAVS (4h 56 min)
Size Unpacked: 8.97 GB
Sample Rate: 44.1-96kHz/24bit
Gear Used: Sennheiser MKH 60/30, 40/30 mics, Telinga stereo mic array, SASS stereo array, Primo EM172 mics, Sound Devices 744T Recorder and Sound Devices Mix Pre field mixer (Lundahl input transformers), Sony PCM-D50 Rycote blimps and windjammers, Manfrotto and Triton tripods, Mogami cables and Neutrik XLRs. Editing: Steinberg Wavelab, Qubase
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