Suburbs of Chicago: Heavy Winds

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Suburbs of Chicago: Heavy Winds

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Suburbs of Chicago: Forest Preserve is the eighteenth sound effects library produced by All You Can Eat Audio. 

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Suburbs of Chicago: Heavy Winds is the 5th in the Suburbs of Chicago Series.  This collection takes you to the edge of a new suburban forest preserve, one that has a busy four lane road bordering the land.  Suburbs of Chicago: Heavy Winds includes 10 files of recordings during a windy day near tall straw, open fields, a busy road, and rustling leaves.  Take a listen as a small flying drone passes over the small lake, bikes and rollerblades pass by, and people and dogs take a nice walk on the path.  Recorded at 24 bit, 192 kHz using the Sennhesier MKH8050 and MKH30 into a Sound Devices Mix Pre-6

Over an hour and a half of recordings, all metadata tagged using Basehead and Soundly. As in the all the other packs in this series, you will hear distant traffic and planes throughout.  

10 Files
400+ Sounds

Duration
01:38:29
1 Hours, 38 Minutes, 29 Seconds

Sennhesier MKH8050 Hypercardioid Microphone
Sennheiser MKH30 Bi-Directional Microphone
Sound Devices Mix Pre-6 Recorder
192 kHz
24 Bit
Exported as Stereo .wav files

Suburbs of Chicago: Heavy Winds Cover Art designed in collaboration with: Elana Zussman