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Here are the FREE CRAZY SOUNDS that I have made available for download through SoundCloud for 2013. Some files are 24-Bit 96kHz (HD) and others are CD quality. Please Note: The standard “The Recordist single user license” applies to these free sound effects. Copyright laws, international copyright treaties, and intellectual property laws protect The Recordist Sound Effects. Copyright infringement is a serious offense. The Recordist protects its copyrights by all necessary means, including legal action.

21 May 13

This is the downloadable CRAZY SOUND OF THE WEEK for May 21, 2013. Recorded with a Sennheiser MKH-8040 at 24-Bit 96K. Two plastic water bottles getting a little intimate. The first part is played at normal pitch and the second part is half speed. :) Enjoy -Frank

 

02 May 13

The universe dropped a couple of horses next door to my ranch a while back. When the owners take one out and ride this one goes nuts. I call him the Crazy Horse. He was quiet for a while after I arrived to record him but then he ignored me and started to make lots of noise. He even kicked up once as he was running by me. Recorded at 24-Bit 192kHz with a Sennheiser MKH-8040 to a Sound Devices SD-702 recorder. This Soundcloud audio file is downloadable at 24-Bit 96kHz.

 

03 Apr 13

Every Spring without fail a disgusting fly swarm returns to my garage. This year I captured them in ORTF with a MKH8040ST microphone setup. They even sound smelly. This is the downloadable 24-Bit 96K CRAZY SOUND OF THE MONTH for April 2013. :) Enjoy -Frank

 

09 Apr 13

I had nothing better to do today so I put together this compilation of a B-1B Lancer. This is a recording I made back in 1994. I was living in Seattle when they had a air show at King County Airport very close to downtown. Gone are the days of fly-bys over the city. This plane was seriously fast and loud. I was very close on the West side of the runway when this jet took off and ripped by a few times not very far over the runway. After it passed it would go straight up like a rocket. (It sounded like a rocket at times) The B-1B entered service in 1986 with the USAF Strategic Air Command as a nuclear bomber. :) Enjoy -Frank

 

07 Apr 13

If you have ever wondered what the inside of a massive airplane factory sounds like, here is what it sounds like. I recorded this in the late 1990s at the Boeing 737-757 airplane plant in Renton Washington. I think they only make 737s there now. I was granted exclusive access to record sounds for a corporate video and was lucky enough to be there during lunch break. I was able to get the microphone close up on some automated wing drilling and riveting machines. They also started up the huge paint drying room turbine for me which was 3 floors under the building. I also recorded the ambience from a catwalk high above the assembly line. :) Enjoy!. This is a FREE sound effect.

 

22 Mar 13

FREE Crazy Sound of the Week for March 22, 2013: Rain Drips Splatty MKH8040ST ORTF. I’ve been doing quite a bit of ORTF recording lately and this week the weather was perfect for recording in the field. The weather changed on a dime this week, one minute it was sunny and the next hail and rain stormed through. I recorded this downpour on my deck during a hail storm which then gave way to some heavy rain. The sound is mostly the drips hitting the wood deck. I am just loving the stereo image of this setup. Recorded with a MKH8040ST set in ORTF inside a ORTF Rycote system. It’s FREE at 24/48. :) Enjoy -Frank

 

04 Mar 13

Dog Chomping Tennis Ball. One last Free “Ricey” dog sound for a while. This time I recorded him chewing a tennis ball up close with a Sennheiser MKH-8060 Shotgun microphone. Let me know what you think after playing with it for a while pitched down and I might release a Mini SoundBox HD with all his sounds at 192K. :) Enjoy -Frank

 

03 Mar 13

Wind Through Fir Trees ORTF MKH8040ST. I finally got around to recording some wind with the Rycote ORTF system and a Sennheiser MKH8040 Stereo Pair. I used the microphone on a long boom pole and stood under some beautiful fir trees I have on my property. The wind was gusting just right, not too soft and not too strong and it made the trees sway back and forth. The stereo image is very wide and even. There is also a distant Raven that chimes in at the end, they do not like to be excluded or they will swoop down and grab your cat if you have one. :) Enjoy -Frank

 

02 Mar 13

This is Ricey! He is a Pomeranian/American Eskimo crazy dog. He played around with a tennis ball today and I had my MKH8040 microphone out and recorded some barks and growls along with him attacking and chomping the tennis ball. The first section is played back at 22% speed. Then there is the normal speed and a short tennis ball chomping session. This sound is the FREE “Ricey The Giant Wolf Monster” Crazy Sound Of The Week. 24-Bit 96k. :) Enjoy -Frank

 

05 Feb 13

Here is the Crazy Sound of the Week for February 5, 2013: Water Drips Into Cold Snow Holes. This is a mono 24-Bit 96kHz (MKH-8040) recording of drips off my roof into snow and ice holes drilled by the drips over time. It was a very quiet evening and the rain had just stopped. The water makes strange sounds when it hits the water inside the hole. Grab short sections for use in video game interface sound design or pitch down for crazy bubble like water sounds. Enjoy this free sound! -Frank

 

23 Jan 13

Presenting the Crazy Sound of the Week: Snow Farts. Squeezing very cold snow crystals (not fine snow flakes) with my hand. Recorded with a MKH-8040 very close up. Free to download at 24-Bit 96kHz. :) Enjoy! -Frank

 

12 Jan 13

Cold Wind Gusts MKH8040 ORTF: This is a test I conducted recording some very cold gusty wind on January 10, 2013 at 10:30 PM PST with a pair of Sennheiser MKH8040 microphones inside The new Rycote ORTF setup. The recording was made at 24-Bit 96kHz but this file is the 24-Bit 48kHz version. I have been using a MKH8040ST XY rig for a couple of years now and have become quite used to the stereo width and sound. This ORTF recording really shows off how wide the ORTF image can be. I have just begun recording in ORTF and will post more sounds as they become more interesting. :) Enjoy! -Frank

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