Here are all the sound actions and maybe even more than you would expect. Openings, shuts, knockings, bangs, slams and “Angry” slams, door kicks and kick outs with “Angry” versions, squeaks, creaks, movements in the hinges, rumbles, locking and unlocking, handle shaking, door squaking, falling off plaster, sound of keys falling down on the ground.
Recorded on up to 5 mics, you will find these perspective variations for selected sound objects:
“Close-Up” – mono mix usually consisting of DPA 4060 layer as a handle perspective. DPA 4007 has been used to catch hard, loud slams. And Schertler Dyn Uni P48 contact mic helps to support low-mid frequency body in some cases.
“Near” and “Middle” perspectives – recorded on Sanken CO100K and Sennheiser MKH30, this stereo mix offers both details and distance characteristics, including a colorful stereo image.
“Behind” perspective – used the same mic setup like before, but placed on the other side of the door – in a completely different acoustic-reverberant environment.