PIG SOUND EFFECTS | OINK SOUNDS, SQEAL & SNORT SOUND EFFECTS
Royalty Free Sound LibraryPig Sound Effects Library
- Specs: 22 files • 24 bit / 192/96-24 kHz • 1.7 GB • Includes metadata
- Duration: Approx. 25 Minutes
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- License type: Royalty-Free
Recording Pig Sound Effects at a pig farm in Ubud, Bali!
What is the sound of the pig? A few days ago one of my friends here in Bali told me about this one pig farm close to his house and he knows that I am a field recorder and asked me if I also record pig sounds.
“Sure” I recorded everything that creates sounds and pig sounds are pretty cool especially if it comes to sound design. Pig or dog sounds are always a great base to start with so we met up again and went together to the pig farm.
It’s a little farm and not a mass farm that you might know from Europe or the US where hundreds of pigs have to share a few meters.
You can just walk into the farm and the farmer sits in a corner and prepared already the food for the pigs. He cuts off a complete banana tree with one sharp knife. I think he needs at least 3 hours for the complete tree and this every day. I asked him when its feeding time and the grumpy old man told me “5 pm”!
I know pigs go nuts and making a completely different sound than the one I recorded for this album.
I went back at 5 pm and waited but then he told me he is not going to feed them. Maybe he didn’t like the idea that we are there or he just changed his mind but I know from other farmers that they feed them around this time.
One pig was so cute. She was separated from the others and I guess because she is just younger. She wanted to be pet the whole time and was super calm and relaxed.
The other four pigs lived together on the other site of the wall and they had a lot to say.
I recorded not only “oink sound effects” I got pig breathing sounds on the microphone, pig eating sounds of the food that they still had in place and peeing sounds in one of the corners.
How did I record these Pig Oink Sound Effects
I recorded with both recorders. I used the Zoom F4 together with the DPA 4060 on my weird construction ( but it worked perfectly fine) and with my super handy Zoom H6 recorder and the XY microphones. Both sound great but the difference is the bitrate.
The F4 can record in 192/24 what I did and the H6 goes until 96/24 what I did.
For sound recreations 192/24 is your best bet. You can find the pig sound library down below embedded with Bandcamp
I split up the recordings in 22 tracks with a length of around one minute.
I attached the Zoom F4 and the DPA 4060 on one tripod and faced them over the pigs.
With the Zoom H6 was is much easier. The pigs are so funny and curious and came from alone very close to the recorder.
They always tried to bite in the windjammer but the teeth are so far behind that it is nearly impossible for them.
Files: 22 files
Size: 1.3 GB
Sample Rate: 192-24, 96-24 WAV
Duration: Approx. 22 min
Gear: Zoom F4, Zoom H6, DPA 4060,
Delivery: Instant – Blazingly-Fast – Digital Download On Bandcamp
License type: Royalty-Free
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The Pigs I Have Recorded
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