Using impulse responses, you can apply the acoustic characteristics of a particular location to your target audio as if it had been recorded in that place.
Realistic outdoor reverbs, fast and easy
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Included sounds - keywords
impulses, outdoor, responses, fields, narrows, trees, echoes, craters, forests, planes, hillsides, valleys, creeks, houses, mountains, slap, back, reverbs, dense, bouncing, delays, urban, slopes, wides, streets, canyons, locations, tail
Setting the scene
With our BOOM Library OUTDOOR IMPULSE RESPONSES library, you get 68 great outdoor impulse responses to place your sounds into specific locations and make them sound as plausible and realistic as possible.
Compatible with convolution reverb plugins
To use BOOM Library OUTDOOR IMPULSE RESPONSES, you need a convolution reverb plugin that allows importing impulse responses. This is not included in this library.
What does MICRO-BOOM mean?
|Format||WAV - 24bit - 192kHz / Windows + Mac|
What we recorded
We recorded a lot of different outdoor locations such as FIELDS, FORESTS, HILLS, MOUNTAINS, VALLEYS and URBAN LOCATIONS. We have ensured that each recording has a rich and detailed reverb tail to capture every characteristic delicacy of the respective location. All files come in high definition audio (192kHz). Each location is documented with a picture to get an impression of the surrounding area.
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. Here are the most common audio and video editing software tools that work perfectly with our sound FX
- Logic Pro
- Ableton Live
- Pro Tools
Video Editing Software
- Premiere Pro
- Final Cut Pro X
- After Effects
- Vegas Pro
- Media Composer
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. Here are the most common audio management tools: