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By Request: More Metal Madness

Posted: September 13th, 2009 | Author: | Filed under: field recording, found sound objects, sound design

That’s right, Noise Jockey does requests!

An earlier post spurred a couple of commenters to wonder about hearing some sounds from my shovel-in-wheelbarrow recording session pitched down by an octave. I recorded that session at 96kHz, so the sounds could easily manage to be stretched and pitched down.

So, here are the results, as requested. Definitely leans towards a cinematic feel, and I find that sounds like these have 1,001 uses! Enjoy, and happy Pitchshiftember!

Heavier Metal, By Request by noisejockey

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3 Comments on “By Request: More Metal Madness”

  1. 1 Michael said at 5:45 pm on September 13th, 2009:

    Keep em coming Nathan. The material sounds great.

  2. 2 Michael Maroussas said at 12:05 pm on September 16th, 2009:

    like it!

  3. 3 lowtronik said at 4:11 pm on April 13th, 2010:

    hehe, i have a this really old metal ‘cupboard’ , that its rusty doors sound almost identical. The thing is, its in my yard and it’s not quiet out there.. and its really heavy to move it inside the house! (plus all the spiders and roaches and bugs that live inside it want their peace)


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