Sound Effects Library
Royalty Free Sound LibraryStrasbourg Sound Library
Specs: 3 files • 24 bit / 96 kHz • 800 MB
Duration: Approx. 17 Minutes
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Recording Strasbourg city ambience.
I have to admit I love France and it will always be one of my favorite countries in the world!
Since the age of 12 years, I was at least one time a year in this country. Most of the time I spent was in the south of France but after I moved to Kreuzlingen, Switzerland, I was at least four or five times a year in France. If you don’t know, Libby and I met in Nice.
Even closer is Strasbourg. Two hours drive and you will be in a completely different world. Strasbourg is cool and if you don’t believe it, do me a favor. Walk around Stuttgart for at least two hours and then hop over to Strasbourg and do the same thing!
When the evening comes, the people are out on the streets and hanging out in bars, cafes, restaurants and of course all around the Rhine.
Especially in Petit France which is the historic quarter of the city of Strasbourg. You feel the life in the streets and if you go with the city flow you can really enjoy the town.
I recorded ambience at 3 different locations
1st Recording – Place St. Étienne
I went to a little marketplace called Place St. Étienne with was filled with a few people and bicycle couriers waiting for delivery.
The market is surrounded by little bars and restaurants. It is more a calming recording with a few people talking to my left side.
2nd Recording – Krämergasse Cathedrale Notre Dame
You will listen to a crowd of people who stand in line. It must be a really good Ice Shop because that was the reason.
Very dynamic recordings and sound. People walking by and talking without break. Great “walla” or a great wall of people talking and laughing. It’s getting louder at the end of the recordings. Sometimes you can listen to the sound of bicycles and a motorbike.
Third Recording – Rue des Tonneliers
Besides the talking, you can listen to people who “cheers” and touch glasses.
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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 96 kHz / 24 bit which gives you all the flexibility you need.
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