SOMA ETHER SOUND SAMPLE LIBRARY
Royalty Free Sound LibraryElectromagnetic Sound Effects
Specs: 53 files • 32 bit / 192 kHz • 5 GB
Duration: Approx. 65 Minutes
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License type: Royalty-Free
Recording electromagnetic sound effects with SOMA Ether V2
This is a new exciting device that I have in my travel kit. Over several days I captured electromagnetic fields with the SOMA Ether V2 and created a massive new sample library.
I have published several other electromagnetic sound sample libraries with the LOM Priezor in the past and love this device. It creates a very rich and thick-sounding effect, but I’m always looking for alternatives and new interesting ways to record sounds that I can provide for others to use. I contacted SOMA and luckily they have the Ether in stock.
You need additional equipment for the Ether
When you receive the ETHER, you will need additional equipment like 2 AAA batteries and an extra cable. I use it with the Zoom F6 and found a store that sold a mini-jack to 2 XLR L&R cables. But I can also use it with a Zoom H1n and an auxiliary cable.
When you have these additional products, you can start recording all kinds of electromagnetic fields in your home or outside.
One of the biggest advantages is the size and I have to say that I feel a lot more comfortable with the ETHER. When I go for a walk with the ETHER and record sounds in a subway station or a shopping mall, it is not at all suspicious or intimidating. With the Priezor it’s a different story.
The ETHER allows you to set the high-frequency intensity with the upper control wheel and the volume with the lower control wheel. However, you must be very careful when setting these levels and using headphones. When I record electromagnetic sound effects, I also wear earplugs to protect my hearing.
What’s In The Sample Sound Library
I included 53 different recordings and recorded different lights, power light switches, MacBooks, oven, water cookers, toasters, and power supply boxes.
Besides this, I recorded electromagnetic sound effects inside the car and during driving. All files are recorded in 192kHz 32 bit and the frequency range is below 1kHz and goes beyond 70kHz. With that said you can go crazy.
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Our recordings are provided as wav files and can be used with Logic Pro, Cubase, Nuendo, Ableton, Pro Tools, Reaper, Audacity, Adobe or any other audio/video editing software!
The library tracks are recorded in 192 kHz / 32 bit which gives you all the flexibility you need.
Since we embedded these files with rich metadata like file description & keywords you are able to quickly find the sounds. We suggest using professional audio management tools like Soundly, Soundminer, Basehead or Sound Grinder.