Need high-quality volcanic audio from a film featured by National Geographic?
Loud, crackly, and ominous – this is what real lava actually sounds like up close. You can hear it pop and snap, and occasionally rocks forming, shearing, and breaking apart. Thankfully – I didn’t melt the recorder!
A few long clips – including one of an unbroken 9-minute sequence, and a variety of shorter ones. Other than the wind, most sound like different variants of the samples.
Listen to some test audio that I used in this film here:
Hopefully, it can add some drama to your project!
Number of Files: 19 High Quality WAVS (24:07)
Size Unpacked: 243 MB
Sample Rate: 44.1kHz/16bit
Gear Used: Sony PCM-D100
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