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Just Sound Effects VOLT - Electromagnetic Fields WAV

Just Sound Effects VOLT - Electromagnetic Fields WAV

WAV | 24-bit / 96/192 kHz - 22.12 GB

SUPERCHARGE YOUR PROJECTS WITH VOLTAGE
Around us there is an inaudible dimension of sound generated by human technologies and machines. We have captured these electromagnetic fields and present you VOLT, a versatile tool for designing electric sounds with extrem manipulation options. Create energetic movements, sci-fi elements, futuristic engines and weapons, massive impacts or use the sounds as a resource for UI design and the layering of complex ambiences.

This collection brings you many different electromagnetic recordings as well as pre-designed risers, stingers, drones, user interface sounds and whooshes. You also get a huge toolkit section with loops and oneshots for crafting your own sounds from scratch, optimized for a smooth workflow in samplers like S-Layer.

AN ELECTRIFYING SOURCE OF INSPIRATION
Our sound hunt took us through extensive recordings of screens, household devices, smartphones, computers, car ignitions and interiors, motors, lights, fuseboxes, synthesizers and much more using a Soma Ether stereo setup and a LOM Elektrouši with a Sound Devices Mix-Pre 6 recorder. The stereo recordings of the Soma Ether often result in a dynamic panorama with unique signals on each channel. Since electromagnetic fields extend to very high frequencies, we recorded the sounds in 192khz so you have the full spectrum and potential to let your creativity run wild and design something entirely new.

WHAT’S INSIDE
Recordings
- 231 files
- 652 sounds

Drones
- 27 files
- 27 sounds

Risers & Stingers
- 37 file
- 90 sounds

User Interface
- 21 files
- 137 sounds

Whooshes
- 16 files
- 80 sounds

Tools - Loops
- 25 files
- 25 sounds

Tools - Blaster
- 129 files
- 129 sounds

Tools - Glitches
- 138 files
- 138 sounds

Tools - Hits
- 130 files
- 130 sounds

Tools - Sparks
- 128 files
- 128 sounds

Tools - Sustains
- 133 files
- 133 sounds

Tools - Whooshes
- 164 files
- 164 sounds

RICH METADATA
Well-organized sound libraries improve your workflow and save a lot of time. That’s why our sound effects are categorized according to the Universal Category System and embedded with rich descriptive metadata.

The UCS aims at a consistent categorization of sound effects, a uniform file name structure and easier maintenance of a sound effects library.

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