In this collection, get the blustery sounds of High Desert Winds recorded in the resonant mountains of west Texas.
This library includes sounds of the mountain ridge tops of the David Mountains and Big Bend National Park with 15-50 mph gale force gusts, low whistling drones, breezes through pinyon pines, mesquite and much more. There are also seasonal recordings with leafy gusts, pouring rain, broad spectrum wind through winter grass, and crickets at night braving the weather. If you need sounds of the blustery wide open American Southwest, this is the library to check out.
High Altitude Desert Wind: 6000 ft. average elevation
Turbulent Gale-Force Gusts ranging from 15-50 mph
Indoor Window Perspectives
Dead Winter and Spring Grass
80% Bird Free
Bats above 20kHz
Locations: Big Bend National Park and Davis Mountains, Texas
*Bowed metal sounds in demo not included
Number of Files: 52 High Quality WAVS (200 min)
Size Unpacked: 13.81 GB
Sample Rate: 192kHz/24bit
Gear Used: Sennheiser MKH 50/30 Mid/Side pair – DPA 4060 A/B pair – Sound Devices 702 – Rycote AG MS Blimp
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