Enter Doom Drones, a collaboration between Jason Cushing of SoundMorph and Berlin, Germany electronic musician Arovane.
Doom Drones contains more than 3Gb of eerie, doomful, dark, atmospheric field recordings, designed drones and backgrounds. Perfect for something in the realm of a David Lynch film, ambient music production, a horror film, or just to set the mood of a foreboding sound scape.
Each artist made 60 custom loops for a total of 120 loops. With SoundMorph focusing more on field recordings and subtle tonal design and Arovane focusing more on dynamic synthetic textures and sound design. Both perfectly suitable as layers or final assets, depending on their use, Doom Drones is a great addition for anyone wanting to enhance dark ominous moments.
Arovane is the recording name of Uwe Zahn. Born in Germany in 1965 and active in music & sound design for the last 30 years, Arovane’s sound can be characterized as ethereal, melodic, organic, and ambient. It is richly layered with synths and textured distortions and focuses more on generating a melancholy nostalgic feeling.
All files are 24bit/96khz .WAV stereo files, all meticulously embedded with Soundminer & Basehead metadata.
All field recordings were captured with a mid/side stereo setup consisting of 2 Schoeps CMC6 bodies, Schoeps mk5 & mk8 capsules housed in a Rycote AE windshield running into a Sound Devices 722.View Fullscreen