- In the second installment of the High Desert Winds Series, get the blustery sounds of High Desert Winds 2 recorded in the resonant mountains of West Texas. This library was recorded during a massive two-day wind storm with gusts up 75 mph! These extreme winds rattled and shook the house in wonderful ways. The creaking and groaning windows, doors, and walls were vibrating so much that I could record wind for the first time using a contact microphone! There are also recordings of leaf vortexes, sand blasts, tarps popping, umbrella destruction, and much more. If you need the sounds of a stunning desert storm to complement the recordings in High Desert Winds 1, this is the library to check out.
- 90% bird and insect free
- Turbulent hurricane-force gusts ranging from 20-75 mph
- Droning and singing wind whistles
- Open plastic bottle and wine bottle wind whistles
- Mountain ridge top wind
- Desert grass, scrub oak, and pinyon pine wind
- Indoor ORTF perspectives: adobe house, wooden storage shed, and mid-sized truck
- Indoor contact mic perspectives: chimneys, windows, doors, and walls
- Plastic tarps and umbrellas whipping in 50-75 mph winds
- Named markers are included in each file to help find interesting events in an otherwise uniform waveform.
- Markers are included in the Soundminer and BWAV description fields starting with the prefix "Marker Text".
- Sennheiser MKH 8040 Matched Pair
- Aquarian Audio H2a-XLR Hydrophone - Used as contact microphone
- Sound Devices 702
- Rycote ORTF Blimp
|Specs: 10.5 GB – 192 kHz / 24-bit – 59 stereo WAV files – 59+ sounds – Approx. 165 min (2.75 hours) total|
|Metadata: CSV, Soundminer, BWAV, Text Markers|
Categories: Environments, Weather
Location: Davis Mountains, Texas
|Mastering: read my Field Recording Mastering Rules for more info.|
|Delivery: Instant - blazingly-fast - digital download|
|License type: Single user, royalty-free - for a multi-user license, click here|
|Sound Library Guarantee: If you're unhappy with my field recordings in any way, I'll give you store credit equal to the cost of the sound library. Read the full details – here.|