Morphed Fireworks

Morphed Fireworks

Regular price $39.99

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Uniquely explosive energy, perfect for sci-fi designs...

Morphed Fireworks (Formerly The Boom, Crackle and Scream library) is the first in a planned series of Glitch Factory mini libraries.  This library uses sounds recorded of Fireworks ranging from large booms to small sparklers and mangles them into interesting textures in varying degrees.

The sounds have been manipulated using analog synthesizers, custom Reaktor instruments and other types of granular processing.  They will work well for Sci-Fi weapon layers, user interface sounds and more.

Technical Specifications

- Recorded / Designed at 24 Bit 96kHz

- 114 Sounds 300+ Megabytes

Production Details / Equipment Used

Recorded source materials with Fostex FR-2LE Oade Modded, Rode NT4

Track List / Metadata

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The title of Morphed Fireworks sounds very electronic (something i’m not normally drawn to) but so many of the sounds within it would have been fantastic when I did the BBC’s War & Peace a few years ago. Decent shrapnel sounds are hard to find but the crackles at the end of each of the Boom Crackle FX are great sweeteners to add to post explosion shrapnel. It’s helped me hear things in slightly different ways and helps solve problems that have niggled me for a while.

David Thomas, Sound Designer

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