Thought it was time to share some thoughts and spec. info on the new system Ive just finished setting up in the studio. Hope you will find it useful and maybe spare you of some troubleshooting. My old system was based around a Mac Pro cheese grater and Avid Hdx. All in all this system hasContinue reading »
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Quad cross recording adventure
This first new blog post in years, is going to be all about my newest way of recording specific ambience sounds. Downloadable snippets at the end of the post. Inspiration Recently I had talks with my friend Tim Nielsen about doing recordings with a big spaced quad setup. Tim is experimenting alot with setups likeContinue reading »
GDPR – Newsletter shut down
Starting the 25 of May 2018, the GDPR will come in effect. Because of these rules and lists of requirements , I have decided to shut down the Sonicsalute.com newsletter service. Sonicsalute will still be available on Facebook and Twitter, where I post about all my recording adventures. Thanks for you support 🙂 BestContinue reading »
An important note about the exterior sound recordings in this library Because of the extremely strong gusts appearing during a hurricane, the sound recordings have several points where the microphones had a hard time handling the gigantic pressure, and therefore a great deal of mic buffeting is going on. I have had the material testedContinue reading »
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Christmas and New Year Sale
Merry Christmas and happy New Year to all, and thank you for your support in 2013! From 12 of December 2013 – 1 of January 2014, Sonic Salute is having a Christmas & New Year combo sale on the following 2 libraries: Footsteps Snow ICE Tension Creaking Breaking During this sale, you can getContinue reading »
Electrical train vs. Diesel engine
Car Doors Exterior Open And Close
Title says it all. I have been spending a few days at the local car cemetery and recycling shop. This is where our 4 wheeled friends end their days. Before the poor things were being torn apart for spares and placed on top of each other, I had the pleasure of recording a lot ofContinue reading »
Distorted Thunder Recording….
…when 40 db’s of gain on your recorder is just WAY TOO MUCH…….Continue reading »