BOOM Library Birds of Prey
Bird Samples in WAV Format
Your Access to Higher Levels of Sound Design
Birds Of Prey is a sound collection full of extraordinary flying raptors: buzzards, cranes, eagles, falcons, goshawks, vultures, owls, and more. The wildlife of the skies represents itself with calling, chirping, shrieking, cawing, screeching, growling, and other unique bird voices. Whether aggressive or social, anxious or relaxed, melodic or irregular – get ready for a concert of the remarkable!
Your Source for Super-Detailed, Extraordinary Bird Sounds
BIRDS OF PREY contains very carefully recorded and high-quality sounds with lots of different characteristics of the majestic hunters, all aiming to enrich and enlarge your possibilities. From melodic singing to harsh and aggressive shouts, BIRDS OF PREY is a treasure chest packed with really rare and exceptional recordings.
192 Khz - Perfectly Suited for Creature Sound Design
Besides designing conventional bird sounds, BIRDS OF PREY is best for very exceptional creature sound design. Due to the very high sample rate of 192 kHz, the recordings can be heavily pitched, stretched, and further processed to achieve absolutely ingenious sounds for your creatures.
- 164 files
- 975 sounds
- 5.4GB total size
- 24-bit 192kHz WAV Format
- Content Info
What's Special About This Library?
BIRDS OF PREY is not only a very comprehensive sound effects library when it comes to common bird sounds. Think outside the box: our sound designers for example use the high sample rate content to heavily pitch and process the sounds to achieve extraordinary and striking creature sounds. Together without other animal-related products (Creatures, Dogs, Wildcats, Horses), BIRDS OF PREY will substantially increase your creature sound design vocabulary.
BOOM Library sound FX come as WAV files, meaning you can import and work with them in any software that can handle this file type.
Rich Metadata Embedded
To provide you with the fastest and easiest workflow possible, all files contain extensive metadata like file description & keywords to quickly find the sounds you’re looking for. Metadata can be read and processed by audio management tools. Some digital audio workstations feature an included search tool that can also read embedded metadata.