Tag Archives: Splice Explores

Splice Explores – Ultrasonics (WAV)

By | January 19, 2021

  Publisher: Splice Explores Site: splice.com Format: WAV Quality: 24 bit 44.1 kHz stereo Description: Have you ever asked yourself what lies beyond our ears? What sounds are spinning around us, but our conscious brain does not pick them up? What conversations are there with plants and animals that we will never know about? The mysterious world of… Read More »

Splice Explores – Recycling (WAV)

By | December 23, 2020

  Publisher: Splice Explores Site: splice.com Format: WAV Quality: 24 bit 44.1 kHz stereo Description: In collaboration with MusicRecycle, Dhruv Goel presents a sample pack inspired by recycling. Recorded by Goel, Kaushlesh ‘Garry’ Purohit, and Josh Robertson of Splice at a recycling plant in downtown Los Angeles, this package is an eclectic mix of sounds emanating from metal,… Read More »

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… Read More »

Splice Explores – Outer Space (WAV)

By | August 11, 2020

  Publisher: Splice Explores Site: splice.com Format: WAV Quality: 24 bit 44.1 kHz stereo Description: Splice Explores travel to the edges of the solar system using Splice Explores: Outer Space. NASA has released amazing sounds from the space program to the public. These sounds include sound from spacecraft, launches, radar signals, and converted radio waves. Using these otherworldly… Read More »

Splice Explores – Bugs (WAV)

By | August 8, 2020

  Publisher: Splice Explores Site: splice.com Format: WAV Quality: 24 bit 44.1 kHz stereo Description: Animal music specialist and musician David Rothenberg reunites with his son Umru, an acclaimed experimental pop producer, to present the incredible sonic world of bugs. From seventeen-year-old “magic” cicadas to underwater beetles that vibrate as loudly as a whale, from humble honeybees to… Read More »