The Richard King Vehicle Series features world-class vehicle sound effects libraries developed from the private collection of four-time Academy Award®-winner Richard King (Dunkirk, Inception, The Dark Knight). All sounds were expertly captured by industry-leading recordists – often from various perspectives to give editors maximum flexibility. Explore the full series here.
This truly one-of-a-kind library captures the futuristic sound of a Tesla Roadster prototype electric car pushed to its limits. Recorded on a dynamometer (a device used for testing and analyzing vehicle performance while stationary), this library focuses on the high-performance electric engine rather than the usual set of passbys and interaction sounds.
Among the 191 hyper-detailed recordings, you’ll find all the whirs, revs, spin-ups, and wind-downs you need to design unique sci-fi vehicles, spacecraft, robots, and whatever else you can dream up. Specific RPM levels and acceleration intervals are provided to make this electric car sound effects library especially useful for video game sound design.
What is a workup? A workup is a thorough series of recordings of the same subject from many different perspectives, angles, and distances. To ensure you have the sounds needed for any scene, a workup of a specific vehicle provides recordings of every action the vehicle performs – both interior, exterior, and at different speeds including pass bys, engine rumble, mechanical sounds, car Foley, and more.
Each sound file is embedded with rich metadata to help you find the exact sound effect you need with fast, pinpoint search. Advanced metadata fields ensure compatibility across any database search platform such as SoundQ, Soundminer, BaseHead, Netmix, Workspace (Pro Tools), Find Tool (Media Composer), Media Bay (Nuendo), Reaper, Adobe Premiere, and beyond.
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