Royalty Free Sound Effects & Sound Libraries
Are you curious about the magic behind sound design? Sound effects play a crucial role in bringing audio to life, and water sounds are some of the most versatile and useful sounds for sound designers. From tranquil ocean waves to dynamic water splashes, water sounds can create a rich, immersive auditory experience.
Water produces a broad range of frequencies, allowing sound designers to experiment and add texture to their projects. The frequency range of water sounds can vary depending on factors such as water depth and object size. Low frequencies of less than 10 Hz can be produced by large ships, while high frequencies of over 100 kHz are used by marine mammals for communication and echolocation.
Sennheiser is a renowned brand in the audio industry, and the MKH 8040 is a popular microphone for nature sound recording. It has a smooth frequency response and low self-noise, making it an excellent choice for capturing natural and detailed sound in a variety of recording situations. Its compact size and modular design make it easy to use and travel with, allowing for convenient field recording.
We’ve got you covered with our latest water sound library, featuring the sounds of rocks being tossed into the sea on the Croatian coast. Our recordings capture the unique and refreshing sound of water splashes, perfect for layering and adding texture to your sound design projects. The high-quality recordings are suitable for professionals and amateurs alike, so unleash your creativity and bring your projects to life.
So, whether you’re a professional sound designer, music producer, or just starting out, water sound effects are an essential tool for creating a rich, immersive sonic world.
Who would have thought a handy sound recorder in Cambodia would lead us here?
Hi there we’re Marcel and Libby and every sound on this site has been recorded by us. For nearly 7 years, we’ve been traveling around the world recording unique sounds for others to use!
If you’re curious and want to learn more about our journey traveling full-time as sound recordists you can read on here or on CNN Travel.