Sound Ex Machina has released Construction Zone, a sound effects collection featuring 260 HQ recordings of a wide range of heavy-duty vehicles and construction workers engaged in raucous activities such as driving around, digging holes, flattening surfaces and more, that will satisfy your appetite for... construction.
Specifically, the library comes with sounds of dump trucks moving debris, hungry excavators, bulldozers pushing rocks, loud drilling hammers, cranes, asphalt paving machinery and screeching crawlers. Other sound effects include construction workers hammering, shoveling, sawing, welding and drilling in all kinds of environments such as public roads, cobblestone streets, renovation sites, and other facilities.
Construction Zone library has been captured using both control and stealth field recording techniques. In all those cases, post-production and curation work has created a fine outcome, totaling approximately 7 hours of material.
Overall, the collection caters to projects that require construction site ambiences and/or detailed, close up sounds of heavy machinery. The sounds in this library can also be used as raw audio material for further processing.
- 260 royalty-free sounds in total.
- Library size is 14 GB.
- Metadata in CSV in order to import the data into your favorite software.
- PDF and XLS files with metadata included.
- Duration: Approx. 7 hours.
- All files have comprehensive filenames and descriptive metadata produced with Soundminer asset management tool.
Intro Price: $41 (Reg. $59).