99Sounds Underground Sounds WAV [FREE]
WAV | 785 MB
99Sounds has announced the release of the Underground Sounds sample library by Marcel Gnauk of Free To Use Sounds.
The pack features a set of field recordings that were captured using the LOM Geofón, a rather sensitive geophone that is calibrated for field recording purposes.
“But what is a geophone?” you may be wondering. Simply put, a geophone is an unusual recording device that picks up the reverberation of seismic waves. It isn’t a part of any standard audio recording kit, which is the exact reason why the recordings in the Underground Sounds library have such a unique sonic vibe.
Marcel visited various locations all across Iceland. He captured a range of field recordings in some very unusual places, including old lighthouses, caves, fjords, riverbanks, and even the remains of a wrecked airplane.
The result is Underground Sounds, a freely downloadable sound library that you can use in video projects, game development, sound design, and more.
The free download comprises a total of 33 individual recordings, including room tones, water splashes, bubbles, river sounds, impacts, laundry machine sounds, dark atmosphere, underwater sounds, noise, metallic hits, and more.