Movement Construction Kit

Movement Construction Kit

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In the spirit of Ben Burtt's 'light saber' design methods...

The movement construction kit is a collection of whooshes and passbys created by moving a microphone in front of source sounds. Source recordings range from white noise to bizarre synthesizer performances. By doing this, an organic doppler effect is captured.

The end result is a bundle of very natural sounding movement effects perfect for use as design elements or cinematic transitions.

Technical Specifications

- Recorded / Designed at 24 Bit 96kHz

- 321 Sounds 3+ Gigabytes

Production Details / Equipment Used

Recorded source materials with Sony PCM-D100

Demo Sound / Session

Have a listen to some full-resolution samples of the library or play around with them in a Reaper Session or Radium Patch

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Track List / Metadata

View the full track list including detailed metadata

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