Fire Burning Stove is a 30-minute collection of fire ambiences. With 21 files to choose from, the library was recorded throughout the life cycle of a fire. Featuring multiple variations, examples include the initial start up, full intensity and even down to the last dying embers.
Using both closed and open door perspectives, typical fire traits such as whining, crackling and popping can be heard throughout. A number of recordings also include the metal of the stove expanding/contracting due to to the heat.
Short of incinerating the recording gear, the library was recorded using a close mic’d perspective. With a minimum of 1 minute recorded per file, Fire Burning Stove was also entirely produced with looping in mind.
– Recorded with a Sony PCM D100 in an XY configuration.
– Metadata included for programs like Soundminer/Basehead.
Number of Files: 21 High Quality WAVS (30 minutes)
Size Unpacked: 1 GB
Sample Rate: 96kHz/24bit
Gear Used: Sony PCM D100
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