I volunteer my field recording skills at political protests and then give away those sounds to help spread the message of the protesters. This sound library is freely available to verified non-profits, low-revenue social justice organizations, documentary films, other similar organizations upon request. Basically, I'll give you the recordings for free if you are working on a project that is benefiting a social justice or environmental cause in some way. Unsure if your project fits the requirements? Just fill out the form and I'll let you know!
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Philadelphia Crowds and Protest Chants has the rowdy and raucous chants from three political protests following the 2016 US Election. The recordings include a wide variety of chants ranging from the universal "What do we want? Freedom! When do we want it? Now!", to the timely "Hey, Ho, Donald Trump has got to go!", to bucket-drummers accompanying "No hate, no fear, refugees are welcome here!"
I recorded intense and emotional perspectives by wading into the unruliest crowds. Recorded with a boom-mounted Sennheiser MKH 50 and 30, you can hear these chants from above for the best balance of voices and sound quality. Plus, you receive many types of emotional crowd reactions, news helicopters hovering, and much more. If you need the sounds of civil disobedience for your podcast or documentary film, listen to Philadelphia Crowds and Protest Chants.