Splice Explores – Bird Maestros (WAV)

By | December 4, 2020

 

Publisher: Splice Explores
Site: splice.com
Format: WAV
Quality: 24 bit 44.1 kHz stereo


Description: Did you know that the original samplers are birds? Certain breeds have copied, pasted and modified the sounds of many other birds over millions of years. In particular, the North Carolina mockingbird, the Berlin nightingale, the Helsinki nightingale and the Queensland lyrebird.
For this Explores package, nature sound specialist David Rothenberg, author of Why Birds Sing and Nightingales in Berlin, extracted the best parts of the hour-long songs of these four species. Then his son, a music producer, Umru finished, cut and turned these songs into sounds that will naturally fit into your work.
The next time you taste sound, remember that these maestro birds did it millions of years before humans ever appeared on this earth. And now you can share their genius.

Content :
128 LOOPS
166 ONE SHOTS


 

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