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Destruction Zone library brings 1570+ HQ audio material, centered around debris and destruction sound effects. Sound Ex Machina spent great lengths of time recording on-site, in metal scrap yards and quarry mines, construction sites, and a tank graveyard and they had fun popping balloons, dropping firecrackers into canyons, and sending barrels rolling downhill.
In the studio, they recorded a wide range of materials, covering everything from dust and gravel drops to glass breaks and porcelain smashes and we even recreated volcanic rockslides using authentic rock pieces from Etna volcano (Italy).
The highlights of our Destruction Zone library include high car drops using cranes and clarks, car window breaks using sledgehammers, the reverberated pops of balloons and firecrackers in canyons, sounds of an old corroded metal barrel being thrown downhill and "meticulously vandalized" in order to capture larger than life rolling textures, metal impact, and loud squeaks.
In addition to those raw material-based sounds, the library includes a number of designed sounds of low-frequency impacts, rumble drones, and different types of ground movements and disaster scenarios, such as rockfalls, mud and lava flows, landslides, earthquakes, avalanches, building collapses, car crashes, and explosions – all you need to design the Second Coming and beyond...
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DETAILED METADATA EMBEDDED
All files have comprehensive filenames and descriptive metadata produced using the Soundminer Asset Management tool, which can be read by various applications and services, making them very easy to find and edit.
You can view the full tracklists by downloading the metadata in PDF format.
The sounds are royalty-free and licensed to you under this license agreement.
Find out more: https://soundexmachina.com/library/destruction-zone/