Cinematic Winds Library Review by The Sound Architect
“The level of quality in this library is testament to Alan and Ann’s skill as recordists, and luckily it makes life so much easier for the rest of us!”
The Sound Architect recently published a review of the Cinematic Winds sounds effects library – recorded by film sound pioneers Ann Kroeber and Alan Splet, and released by Pro Sound Effects earlier this year.
Written by Jake Basten, the review discusses the library’s background, specs, and organization as well impressions of the quality and possible use cases:
“Any seasoned recordist knows how difficult it is to capture a wind recording that is even remotely usable; it is often a frustrating task just trying to avoid clipping or muffling the signal as you record, which is why it is such a great feat that these recordings are not only nearly faultless, but also so full of character.”
“These are the winds of nightmares, ghosts and ghouls, and wow, are they effective at making you feel like you are in ‘The Shining’. If I had a horror project to work on, I wouldn’t think twice about these winds being my go-to resource.”
Read the review below, and take advantage of the exclusive $20 off coupon for the first 50 customers: