The new Rabbit Ears Audio Library is coming your way on Tuesday August 2nd. Recording Geek Note: Library was recorded with Schoeps CMC5′s setup for MS and MKH 30/40’s. It was all tracked to a Sound Devices 744T at 24/96 with a Cooper CS-104 used a front end.
It’s official, I’m in the final stages of finishing up an ambience library of Brooks, Streams, and Waterfalls. For the last several months, I’ve been traveling throughout upstate New York and Massachusetts to find interesting water-flows for the next Rabbit Ears Audio release. As you might have guessed with a name like “Brooks, Streams, and Waterfalls”, the library is going … Read More
The last few months have been rough. My ears have been sparring non-stop with terribly loud sounds – first, a Military Vehicle SFX library with Rob Nokes (REA_005), then last week’s Bell SFX library (REA_006), which was not any easier on the ears. I needed a break. After releasing the bell library, I took a trip to upstate NY with … Read More
A few weeks ago I drove 3 hours north of NYC to a waterfall that sits on the back of a relative’s property, who was kind enough to let me drive up and record with my hydrophones. The location has so many features where the water changes speed and pitch as it moves across the rocks. The recording below is … Read More
Lately I’ve been working on a series of underwater and hydrophone based recordings for a sound library. One of my first stops was my brother-in-law’s pool for some scuba sounds. He’s a trained diver and he was nice enough to let me come out for the day and put him through his paces. Unfortunately, we couldn’t get started until late … Read More