July 16, 2018

Industrial Library 001

It’s HUGE. As in over 22gb of sound. All in 192k/24b. If you played all of the the files back to back, it would take you over 5 1/2 hours to listen to it all. And that’s not even the cool part.

This is kind of a unique library. I recorded with a number of microphone (up to 8 at times) into two Deva V recorders (a single one didn’t like recording 8 channels of 192k/24b!). Then in post, I mixed and matched different mics to make the baddest, beefiest sounding tools I could. But the cool thing is that I’ve also included the separate mics on their own, all time aligned and all, so you can do your own mix, or just chose one perspective you like for a specific sound. So there are over 1000 sounds, but sometimes you have 5 different perspectives of the same sound. Completely customizable! It’s all labelled in the metadata too, so you can search by how many feet the mic was from the sound if you’d like, or from Close, Medium, or Far Perspectives.

If you just have to have it already, you can head over the purchase page here!

Complete HD Screenshot

Screenshot of the file hierarchy with multiple mics in INDUSTRIAL 001 Complete HD.


Here’s a list of the microphones I’ve included:

Sennheiser MKH800 MS Stereo Setup
Sanken CSS-5 Stereo Setup
Sanken Cub01 Stereo Setup
Sennheiser MKH60 Shotguns
Audio Technica AT4060 Tube Mic

I recorded quite a few tools, and when I finished, I still had a list a mile long that I wanted to continue on with, but I figured I couldn’t stuff any more sound into this library, so I’ve saved my list to make expansions later on. Here’s the list of the tools I have included in this library:

Mitar Saw
Panel Saw
Table Saw
Jig Saw
Band Saw
Hack Saw
Cross Cut Saw
Circular Saw
Air Ratchet
Pneumatic Compressor
Pneumatic Hose Releases
Impact Wrench
Pneumatic Nail Gun
Belt Sander
Table Grinder
Palm Sander
Router Table
Drill Press
Cordless Drill
Shop Vac

And then there are a few other random sounds here and there as a bonus!

Here’s a demo of some of the sounds:

I’m offering this in a few different packages. The Complete HD Edition includes everything I’ve mentioned above, plus a few bonuses, and It’s available for $99. I’ve been told by a few people I’m crazy for selling it that low, but I want to level the playing field here. I don’t want the fancy nice sounds to only be for the guys with the big jobs that can expense $3,000 libraries. I’ve been stuck on the wrong side of that fence for too long, and it’s not fun.

If that’s still a little too much for you, or you just don’t need all that juicy sound, there is a 96k version, called the Pro Edition, and a 48k version, called the Lite Edition. Neither one have all the mic splits like the Complete HD Edition has, but they contain all of the stereo mixes, and a few goodies here and there for good measure.

Now if you’re the type that needs a little more convincing before you spend your hard earned dough, or you’re just trying to build a small library to play around with, I have a free version as well. I’ve included a handful of some of the cooler sounding stereo mixes in there (in MP3 format), and I’ve thrown a 192k mix in there so you can get a taste of the full goodness of the Complete HD library.

Head on over to the Industrial 001 Library Product Page to grab your copy!

Hart of Steel

It’s HUGE. As in over 22gb of sound. All in 192k/24b. If you played all of the the files back to back, it would take you over 5 1/2 hours to listen to it all. And that’s not even the cool part.

This is kind of a unique library. I recorded with a number of microphone (up to 8 at times) into two Deva V recorders (a single one didn’t like recording 8 channels of 192k/24b!). Then in post, I mixed and matched different mics to make the baddest, beefiest sounding tools I could. But the cool thing is that I’ve also included the separate mics on their own, all time aligned and all, so you can do your own mix, or just chose one perspective you like for a specific sound. So there are over 1000 sounds, but sometimes you have 5 different perspectives of the same sound. Completely customizable! It’s all labelled in the metadata too, so you can search by how many feet the mic was from the sound if you’d like, or from Close, Medium, or Far Perspectives.

If you just have to have it already, you can head over the purchase page here!

Complete HD Screenshot

Screenshot of the file hierarchy with multiple mics in INDUSTRIAL 001 Complete HD.

 

Here’s a list of the microphones I’ve included:

Sennheiser MKH800 MS Stereo Setup
Sanken CSS-5 Stereo Setup
Sanken Cub01 Stereo Setup
Sennheiser MKH60 Shotguns
Audio Technica AT4060 Tube Mic

I recorded quite a few tools, and when I finished, I still had a list a mile long that I wanted to continue on with, but I figured I couldn’t stuff any more sound into this library, so I’ve saved my list to make expansions later on. Here’s the list of the tools I have included in this library:

Mitar Saw
Panel Saw
Table Saw
Jig Saw
Band Saw
Hack Saw
Cross Cut Saw
Circular Saw
Air Ratchet
Pneumatic Compressor
Pneumatic Hose Releases
Impact Wrench
Pneumatic Nail Gun
Belt Sander
Table Grinder
Palm Sander
Router Table
Drill Press
Cordless Drill
Shop Vac

And then there are a few other random sounds here and there as a bonus!

Here’s a demo of some of the sounds:

I’m offering this in a few different packages. The Complete HD Edition includes everything I’ve mentioned above, plus a few bonuses, and It’s available for $99. I’ve been told by a few people I’m crazy for selling it that low, but I want to level the playing field here. I don’t want the fancy nice sounds to only be for the guys with the big jobs that can expense $3,000 libraries. I’ve been stuck on the wrong side of that fence for too long, and it’s not fun.

If that’s still a little too much for you, or you just don’t need all that juicy sound, there is a 96k version, called the Pro Edition, and a 48k version, called the Lite Edition. Neither one have all the mic splits like the Complete HD Edition has, but they contain all of the stereo mixes, and a few goodies here and there for good measure.

Now if you’re the type that needs a little more convincing before you spend your hard earned dough, or you’re just trying to build a small library to play around with, I have a free version as well. I’ve included a handful of some of the cooler sounding stereo mixes in there (in MP3 format), and I’ve thrown a 192k mix in there so you can get a taste of the full goodness of the Complete HD library.

Head on over to the Industrial 001 Library Product Page to grab your copy!