Now here’s a sound I guarantee you won’t have in your library, radio and call tones from a Police Radio currently the standard radio (as of writing this June 2011 the Motorola MTP580) for most UK Police forces. Included are the touch tones and various ring tones. The audio is recorded at 96khz/24bit so it’s a nice hi res file using a Rode NT3. It was recorded in a nice acoustically dull space so you’re getting a pure dry sound. Once again, this is all entirely free, no royalties/credits/small print. Just use however you want within your projects be them professional or personal. It is available for download here http://www.samueljustice.net/downloads/2011/06/ELECTRONIC_POLICE_RADIO_TONES_MOTOROLA_MTP580_96KHZ_24BIT_MONO_H4N_RODENT3_20110625.wav As per usual, here is the soundcloud preview – ELECTRONIC POLICE RADIO TONES MOTOROLA MTP580 96KHZ 24BIT MONO H4N RODENT3 20110625 by samueljustice
Hey guys, I haven’t posted for a bit as I’m busy getting ready my first sound library for sale. I don’t plan on charging much (20-40USD), it’s a collection of rock smashes, impacts and debris that me and my buddy recorded for my own library. Although the recordings came out really nice so I thought it would be a nice idea to create a library for others to use. The bulk of the recording was done at Cocking Chalk Quarry, West Sussex (over here in England). Situated high on the face of the South Downs above Cocking. The now disused quarry served the Chalk works below it. On 18th September 1833, William Marshall working on the quarry face was killed when an earthquake struck the area. Since then it has remained virtually untouched (even some of the old equipment is there!). Which meant there were loads of loose massive boulders and rocks we were able to kick down and record, which resulted in some great debris effects. Here’s a picture of one small part of the quarry (with my buddy to the right) If all goes to plan I should have it out by next week so fingers crossed!