SOUND LIBRARIES

WILDERNESS AMERICAS : GEYSER AND VOLCANO

“Wilderness Americas : Geyser and Volcano” is a collection of sounds focused on geothermal phenomena of Central and North America.

We recorded geysers in the Yellowstone National Park (USA) and two very actives volcanoes: the Fuego in Guatemala, and the Masaya in Nicaragua.

To complete this sound library, we added natural sound elements which are very efficient for sound design as designed sound material:

“Super volcano” eruption sounds, magma lake ebullition sounds, lava movement, and landslide sounds.

The geyser and Masaya volcano sounds (magma lake, lava movement) were recorded with the Telinga Parabola with a Sennheiser MKH 8040. The Telinga was used for its powerful ability to focus on sound details at a reasonable distance.

The explosions and eruptions of the Fuego volcano were recorded in surround with a Sennheiser DMS setup (MKH 8040-30) and also with the Telinga Parabola + MKH 8020.

-This sound bank contains 56 sound takes recorded in 24/96 kHz, and a total of 122 files.

Available on www.asoundeffect.com

Categories: Environments, Nature & Countryside, Surround, World Sounds.
Type: Volcano sound effects / recordings
Specs: 122 files • 56 sounds • 24 Bits / 96 kHz • 7 GB • Includes metadata
Delivery:
 Instant – blazingly-fast – digital download
License type:
 Royalty-free – you can select the number of users on checkout

Recordings include:

-17 takes from the Fuego volcano eruption/explosion (recorded at 3 kilometers from the crater)

-2 takes from the Masaya volcano with its lava lake (recorded at 800 m from the crater)

-18 takes from the Geysers from Yellowstone National Park (recorded at 2-3m from this geothermal phenomena)

-19 sound design files (Super volcano explosions, magma lake and landslides sounds)

Formats:

For the Fuego volcano eruption/explosion (recorded at 3km from the crater) :

-17 DMS files – can be decoded in many different formats (5.1, stéréo, mono, etc…), from DMS setup using Sennheiser MKH 8040-30. To decode it you can use the Harpex plugin or the free Shoeps plugin.
-17 5.0 (surround) files, directly decoded with Harpex plugin from DMS setup using Sennheiser MKH 8040-30.
-17 2.0 (stereo) files, directly decoded with Harpex plugin from DMS setup using Sennheiser MKH 8040-30.
-17 1.0 (mono) files, from the Telinga Parabola + Sennheiser MKH 8020.

For the Masaya volcano with his lava lake (recorded at 800m from the crater) :

-x2 1.0 (mono) files, from the Telinga Parabola + Sennheiser MKH 8020.

For the Geysers from Yellowstone National Park (recorded at 2-3m from geothermal phenomena):

-x18 1.0 (mono) files, from the Telinga Parabola + Sennheiser MKH 8020.

For the sound design files about Super Volcano/Landslide sounds:

-x13 5.0 files
-x2 LCR files
-x19 2.0 (stereo) files

Recording equipment:

-Sound Device Mixpre 10T
-DMS format : x2 Sennheiser MKH 8040 + x1 Sennheiser MKH 30
-Mono format : Telinga Parabola + Sennheiser MKH 8020

 



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