For Multi-User Licensing: Please contact David Fienup via the “Contact” link on this website.
This library is UCS Compliant as of Feb 10, 2021, but only here are Soundopolis.net as of this date. If you have already purchased the library before that date, you can download the Metadata text file at the bottom of this page, and update your copy. There is also a pdf with instructions on how to do this using Soundminer Plus build 5.0v158, using Mac OS 10.13.6.
- Files: 77
- Size: ~723 MB unzipped
- Format: WAV
- Fidelity: 96k/24bit
- Channels: Stereo
- Metadata: SoundMiner
Bowling is a collection of sounds recorded at a private lane, completely devoid of extraneous human and HVAC sounds. This exclusive access allowed for recording various perspectives, including deep in the guts of the machinery, up-close to the pins, bowler’s perspective, and side perspectives. This library includes all of the mechanical sounds, machinery ambiences, ball “pass-by’s”, ball return, gutter balls, pins resetting, and even bowling sounds without any machinery noise at all – that’s right, I got to turn off the machinery for clean bowling sounds! A field recordist’s dream! So whether you need actual bowling sounds or just some really cool, vintage 1970’s mechanical sounds, this library is here for you!
Recording and Editing Fienup used a Rode NT-4, running into a Sound Devices 702, as well as a SONY PCM D50 for recording. Pro Tools HD, and iZotope Rx were used in the editing and mastering. Metadata was embedded using SoundMiner HD Check out the track list for more details.
This collection provides some new and interesting sounds, as well as a ton of variations so your soundtrack never gets old! All Soundopolis tracks include metadata tags so they are easy to find using any search engine. Collections come in easily downloadable zip files.
Music for the preview track was generously provided by Steve Sholtes at SholteSound - http://www.stevesholtes.com