Protest Sound Effects Climate Change Lisbon
Royalty Free Sound LibraryProtest & Demonstration Sound Effects
- Specs: 19 files • 24 bit / 192 kHz • 3.5 GB • Includes metadata
- Duration: Approx. 35 Minutes
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- License type: Royalty-Free
“Friday is for Future” is an international movement started by Greta Thunberg in August, 2018. School students and others from all over the world take time off from class and work to protest by demanding change to prevent further climate change.
While living in Lisbon our friend Miguel told me about the upcoming climate strike so we joined the demonstration to archive and record crowd sounds.
People go on the street to be loud and these sounds can be heard from far away. They sounds created by the people for the people. While standing amongst the crowd listening and watching their actions moved me.
While it was loud to witness it was clearly non-violent and peaceful demonstration. Many people created a ruckus with shouting, singing, amplifying their voices with megaphones, banging on drums, and other musical instruments.
We recorded on several locations starting at Praça Luís de Camões, walked along Calçada do Combro, and ended the march in front of the Assembly of the Republic (the parliament building) of Lisbon.
Not only did we close up sounds but we also positioned ourselves inside these streets to record distance sounds between 50 and 200 meters away to get a different perspective of the sound field.
Watch the video to see how we recorded these sounds!
Files: 28 files • Including metadata
Size: 3.2 GB
Sample Rate: 192-32 WAV
Duration: Approx. 35 min
Gear: Zoom F6, Wildtronics SAAM
Delivery: Instant – Blazingly-Fast – Digital Download On Bandcamp
License type: Royalty-Free
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Recording Protest Sounds In Lisbon, Portugal
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