Punching sound effects in kickboxing studio
Royalty Free Sound LibraryKickboxing Studio Ambience
Specs: 2 files • 24 bit / 96 kHz • 494 MB
Duration: Approx. 14 Minutes
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Recording punching sound effects Orange County, California
While living in the US I had to do something! When I lived in Switzerland my main sports are running and road cycling! I loved it and spent at least 20 hours a week on my bikes and on the weekends we went to cycling competitions in Germany, Italy or France for example! So when we stayed in California for 3 months I decided to do something more than just go running in the morning. I found a kickboxing club offering a special for 2 classes on Groupon and thought it would be fun to try something new!
To be honest, I didn’t like the classes much but it was a great workout. The sound of the space was really nice. I was able to capture audio of actually official UFC Fighters! More and more people showed up so it gets slowly more intense and more people practicing on the punching bags. The warm-up is with jump ropes before everybody starts kicking and punching the bags!
About the punching sound effects
- In the beginning, you can hear one guy kicking and boxing while making some crazy noises!
- The trainer tells him how to hit.
- You can hear a squeaking noise and the ventilator on top of the roof.
- Now it gets slowly busy. More people warming up with jump ropes and kicking the punching bag.
- There is the trainer talking again and lower punches up to the intense punch.
- More screaming from the UFC Fighters.
- The training begins with jump ropes.
- Somebody working out near the recorder makes some funny “swishing” noises and the punching bag starts to squeak as well.
- Before the recording ends I went to a punching bag and made some “cleaner” kicks on the bags.
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