Tibetan Atmospheres contains more than 63 audio tracks and offers more than two hours of sound material from everyday life in Tibet. Unlike the archive Tibetan Monastery Atmospheres, which focuses on monks, prayer wheels and monasteries as well as ceremonies, Tibetan Atmospheres expands the soundscape to include the people and their country. Tibetan Atmospheres takes you into the cities and villages, high up to the grasslands where nomads and yaks roam, as well as deep into forests and gorges. The journey ends on the mountain pass Mt Amnye Machen, which is considered the roof of the world.
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The Tibetan Monastery Atmospheres Sound Archive contains recordings from the everyday monastic environment of Tibetan monks. Apart from atmospheric recordings of the monasteries in Sachung, Rebkong, Langmusi and the religious centre in Labrang, 'Tibetan Monastery Atmospheres' also contains the chanting of the monks as well as the rattle of prayer wheels and various other devices.
All recordings were made in the Tibetan highlands of the Amdo region, north-east of the capital city of Lhasa - which was cut off entirely from the rest of the world during our stay there. There was no way to get to Lhasa without a Chinese passport (not even for Tibetans).
Create your own 3D Space! Our IR1 Impulse Response Set contains more than 50 Sets of Impulse Responses - from Stereo up to Auro-3D® 11.1 Spaces compatible to TL Space and NEW! Altiverb platforms.
The IR1 impulse responses are designed to create true multichannel reverb for 'every-day rooms' up to Auro-3D® 11.1 Space with the existing plug-in formats Avid's TL Space or Altiverb. Read more about the IR1 Impulse Response Set, about multichannel reverb or have a look in our detailed tutorial about creating 3D impulse responses!
Room Tones: no matter where we are, they are there as well. They usually go unnoticed, but they surround us constantly. They are our daily companions. They are everywhere. Always. They are here with me right now and they are with you too, as you read these lines. They stay in the background, but they are there. They are the low hum of a computer, the continuous whir of a vent, the consistent noise of a fan, the sound of an electric device. They are the sum of an infinite number of reflections, i.e. static noise. Read more about the Soundeffects.ch Room Tones Sound Library
The first part of our 'City Sound Collection' consists of the Munich sound pack. 'City Sounds - Munich' contains 53 new and contemporary recordings of Bavaria's capital city. This compact sound collection contains 53 new stereo and 5.1 Surround Sound audio tracks with more than 100 minutes of sound material that will transport you straight to the hustle and bustle of Munich's city centre.
Stroll through the Bavarian capital and take an acoustic tour of the city. Visit one of the famous art galleries (Pinakotheken), frolic in the park of the Nymphenburg castle, join the crowds at the Viktualienmarkt, listen to the famous Glockenspiel on Munich's Marienplatz or drink beer in one of the city's numerous (and fabulous) 'Biergärten'.
All the recordings in 'City Sounds - Munich' were made in cutting-edge 24Bit 96kHz sound quality for a realistic reproduction of the location's current soundscape.
In June 2012, Soundeffects.ch journeyed to China to make sound recordings in China and Tibet. Finally, new and up-to-date recordings from those regions in 5.1 Surround Sound!
The following recordings were made: