T5 – 4Motion

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Offroad Track : Salento – Toche – Colombia

Offtrack between Salento and Toche, near the Cocora Valley – Colombia

The tracks is around 3200m high and lead through giant wax palm forest, deep valley. Many “Finca” (farm) and cattle.

We were driving here with our T5 4motion, for recording sounds and ambiance of the wax palms forest.

More information about this project : www.phonography.world

music by : “The Cheatcode” full album free to download here : www.dataglitch.org

Offroad Track : Los Nevados – Colombia

Offtrack around the Los Nevados NP – Colombia

The tracks is around 4100m high and lead inside a “Paramo” (high altitude plain).

The road turn around the active volcano ” Cerro del Ruiz”

We were driving here with our T5 4motion, for recording sounds and ambiance of the Paramo.

more information about this project : www.phonography.world

music by : “The Cheatcode” full album free to download here : www.dataglitch.org

CITY LIFE: CENTRAL AMERICA

Hey! Our new sound library “City Life : CENTRAL AMERICA” is now live on asoundeffect :

https://www.asoundeffect.com/sou…/city-life-central-america/

“City Life : Central America” is a collection of sounds captured across 3 country of central america : Mexico, Guatemala and Nicaragua.
This library focus on city atmosphere, especially in street/cover markets, pedestrian areas, parks, and many more.
The sounds captured in Mexico show a more “modern” spanish atmosphere, compared to the Maya’s markets of Guatemala, where the people speak a mix of spanish and k’iche'(traditional mayan language used in some parts of Guatemala)
For this 3 country we visit a large amount of cities (x10) to captured the exceptional urban soundscape of central america.

WILDERNESS AMERICAS : GEYSER AND VOLCANO

Hey audio folks! our new sound library : “WILDERNESS AMERICAS : GEYSER AND VOLCANO” is out on asoundeffect :

https://www.asoundeffect.com/…/wilderness-americas-geyser-…/

“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.

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