As a recordist, i recording samples and sound libraries for SoundExMachina since 2015.
Here you can hear some of my libraries recording work by push the images bellow. Find more on the company’s site
This library is dedicated to popular farm animals, rural backgrounds and agricultural activities – all you need around farm life. It features 165 sounds in total, from 14 different species with multiple variations for each animal, 25 discreet rural backgrounds and 10 types of modern and traditional agricultural activities.
Recorded and mastered at 24-bit/96kHz high-resolution, Animal Farm took over a year to get ready, since the goal was to capture as many seasonal work activities, weather conditions, and animal habits, as possible.
Scratches is a comprehensive library of 700 recordings of scraping, cutting, scuffing, peeling and rubbing sounds. This high-quality collection of versatile sounds will make your skin crawl and hair stand on end.
Rolling Objects, is the next step of our Materials & Textures SFX series, providing a diverse collection of 270 HQ sounds and covering a wide range of small to large-sized props rolling on various surfaces. Some of the most exciting elements used were large metallic pipes rolled on concrete, skidding tree logs and gravel, Chinese meditation balls sliding on aluminum, metal barrels moving on a multitude of surfaces, various childrens’ toys rolled against wooden surfaces. The possibilities you have with this library are genuinely endless. It could be used to cover anything from vehicle sound design and giant boulder landslides to more innovative concepts like drone textures and sci-fi mechanical movements.
Vintage Telephones SFX library contains 244 sounds extracted from 10 vintage, rotary dial devices manufactured between the 1880s and 1980s. In this library, you’ll find three common ringing patterns (used in the USA, Australia, and Europe) for each telephone type, handset pickups/set downs, number dials 1-0, hook toggles, as well as single ringings with natural long ring decays to design your own ring timings according to your project needs.
This SFX library contains a wide range of reactions and emotional responses varying from quiet crowds to roared battle cries to a large selection of exclamations generated by a group of passionate theatrical actors in indoor venues.
Apart from the vocalizations, we’ve also included recordings of more unusual crowd ambiances like people walking around the mics, falling down, sitting down and getting up, jumping around, marching, or just being present in the space.