Sounddogs Sounddogs - Military

Sounddogs Sounddogs - Military

  • The Sounddogs Military Sounds Archive features 729 sounds and noises in the armed forces category, including fighter jets, all-terrain vehicles, tanks and armoured vehicles. Welcome to the world of the military! Military noises offer all kinds of potential for real ear damage. So be there when an F-14 Tomcat is catapulted from the deck of an aircraft carrier into the sky. Let a dark cloud of exhaust gas blow in your face when historical and current tanks start their engines and move noisily over various surfaces, or why not let a captain yell at you?

The Sounddogs Military Sound Effects Library

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The Sounddogs Military Sounds Archive features 729 sounds and noises in the armed forces category, including fighter jets, Humvees, tanks and other armoured vehicles. The Sounddogs Military Sounds Library has a nice collection of tanks and army vehicles, including good old Hummer and historic tanks from WWII. Rob Nokes, the founder of Sounddogs, lets the tanks rattle over different surfaces at different speeds.

The Military Sounds Archive is not concerned with superior firepower but instead contains a comprehensive range of vehicle and airplane sounds.

The Sounddogs Military Noise Archive not only brings tank clatter, the roar of airplanes and helicopters, it also brings you directly to the deck of an aircraft carrier.

Sounddogs - Military is a Sounddogs product.

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Sounddogs Sounddogs - Military - Overview

Overview of Sounddogs - Military

This overview lists the sound effects categories of the Sounddogs Sounddogs - Military according to the original track list. This list is based on the original metadata from the products sound files and allows a simple and easy way to import the files into your sound library administration software like Soundminer.

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Sounddogs - Military contains 31 categories

  • Aircraft
  • Aircraft Carrier Jets Jet Activity
  • Aircraft Carrier Jets S 3 Viking
  • Aircraft Jet Military
  • Airplanes Helicopters
  • Bgs
  • Birds
  • Bottles Drinks
  • Bus
  • Crow
  • Desert
  • F 100 Jet
  • F 14
  • F 15
  • F 8
  • Fighter Jets Afo
  • Harrier Jet
  • Household
  • Humvee M998
  • Jeep Patriot
  • Jet Fighter
  • Lav Light Armoured Vehicle
  • M60 Tank Onboard
  • Military
  • Military Base
  • Panzer Tank
  • Tanks
  • Thunder
  • Trucks
  • Various
  • Vehicle Military

This list is merely an overview. Please consult the Sounddogs - Military track sheet for more information and a complete overview of all the recordings.

The Sounddogs Military Sound Library - Military Airplane Sounds

The Sounddogs Military Sounds Archive contains an impressive collection of fighter jets, including the classic F-14 Tomcat and the Harrier Jet. Both of these jets, however, are more likely to be bound in a scrapyard than on a runway these days. If the name doesn't immediately ring a bell, the Harrier was the plane that could take off vertically because of its rotatable jets (and, yes, it did look very weird and somehow just, er, wrong).

The good old F-14 is famous for being the jet of choice for Tom Cruise (aka Maverick) in Top Gun.

Raising hell with fighter jets

The feats of human engineering in the world of aviation continue to dazzle - particularly in relation to the sound level created by some of these fighter jets. It will probably remain a mystery forever if these engines really need to be this loud; maybe they were deliberately engineered to be this noisy in order to make sound recordists happy...or to scare off enemies...or simply to annoy the general public.

Ride a tank with Sounddog

The Sounddogs Military Sounds Archive contains a wealth of recordings of tanks and armoured vehicles. Once again, Rob Nokes' recordings - although focused on a few select models - are as comprehensive as possible.

Aboard the M41A2 tank

Comprehensive sound recordings of tanks and armoured vehicles.
Sounddogs Picture: Tank Top left: M42A1 Duster; Top right: M4A2E8 Sherman; Bottom lefts: M41A2 Walker Bulldog; Bottom right: M5A1 Stuart Tank Sounddogs Image: Top L: M42A1 Duster; Top R: M4A2E8 Sherman; Bottom L: M41A2 Walker Bulldog; Bottom R: M5A1 Stuart Tan

Rob Nokes and his Sounddogs team went to great lengths to document the listed tanks in detail and capture as many recordings as possible of each vehicle. Recordings include: tracks, driving at different speeds and from different perspectives, interior and exterior recordings.

The material also includes some multi-channel recordings of individual parts of the tanks, i.e. each recording comes with several audio channels. These recordings include the cockpit, the motor and the exhaust among other interesting elements.

For more information about the featured vehicles and recordings, please refer to the Avosound online track sheet.