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SoundFxWizard Particles [WAV]

SoundFxWizard Particles
Team DECiBEL | 17 September 2020 | 2.03 GB
Say Hello to Particles the new sonic weapon for creative sound designers, video makers, filmmakers and motion designers. A must-have sound effect library to give a sense of organic and hyper-realistic to your projects in a fast and creative way.

- 287 high quality pristine sound effects with an organic and granular taste divided into 6 categories.
- Stereo 24bit and 96khz for extreme pitch shifting and sound manipulation.
- BaseHead embedded metadata

CATEGORIES:
Hyper- Realistic Textures (104 sounds)
These are hyper close-up recordings of various kinds of props (food, fabrics, materials).

Since they are really rough, they'll inspire you to create something cool using them as sound sources.

Their proximity allows you to use them for macro-shots, CGI and motion pieces, hyper-detailed images.

Granular Whooshes (76 sounds)
From sci-fi granular to totally organic, a large number of whooshes, passbys, dopplers to give a natural sense of motion to your project.

Minimal One Shots (62 sounds)
This is the category of short and tiny sounds: small collapsing, fractures, all with a premium high-end sonic detail.

You can make your organic foley drumkit using them as a sample into your electronic music project.

Organic Impacts (17 sounds)
Powerful, organic, natural-sounding with a big low end, these impacts are ready for your earth's destruction shots.

Granular Atmospheres (16 sounds)
Abstract but generated from organic recordings, these atmospheres will help you to get the right "other world" dimension to your project

Low End Rumbles (12 sounds)
Last but not least, do you need more power in the low end? You can layer these sounds to enforce subsonic frequencies giving a new taste to other existing sounds.

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