Computer Noises is based on a wide palette of noises that computers emit when booting, reading from their CD-ROM drives, or accessing a hard disk. The library contains several complete boot sequences of 10 different laptop and desktop computers ranging from an old ATARI PC-2, going over to Pentium I and III, Celerons and Core Duo machines. Each booting sequence was recorded from different microphone positions within the computer casings. Additionally, some components are included as separate takes so that each computer can be featured by the sounds of hard disks, power- and CPU fans plus all those other strange noises that occurred. As bonus, 25 extra sounds from external hard disks and blowers of all kind are included in this library.
Detunized develops sound libraries that cover a wide range of wanted themes like all kinds of field recordings, processed oddities or virtual instruments.
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With background experience in video editing, I understand what is needed when it come to sound for TV production. With this and my love for sound I founded Detunized in 2009. Under the Detunized brand I release themed sound libraries that are handy in size and will allow the sound editor to quickly find what they are looking for whilst working on a production with tight schedules. My catalog of sound libraries and virtual instruments are available in universal formats (WAV and/or SFZ, NKI and others) currently spans across 80+ releases and will definitely grow over time.
Stephan Marche / Detunized.com