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New SFX Library: Cruising Europe

New sound library release: Cruising Europe!


As some of you know by following me on Instagram, I spent last fall traveling through Europe, and I'm excited to announce that I've just released a new sound library that captures the sounds of my adventures. I visited several countries and towns during my travels, and I made sure to capture the unique ambience of each location. In this post, I'll give you a glimpse of what you can expect from "Cruising Europe."

One of my favorite destinations was Amsterdam, where I spent several days exploring the canals and taking in the city's relaxed atmosphere. I captured the gentle lapping of the water against the houseboats, the chimes of the Westerkerk bells, and the sounds of people chatting on the terraces of cafes.


In Bamburg, a picturesque town in Germany, I was struck by the beauty of the old town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. I recorded the sounds of the Altes Rathaus, the town hall that sits on a small island in the middle of the Regnitz river, as well as the bustling market square.


Budapest was another highlight of my trip, with its stunning architecture, thermal baths, and delicious food. I captured the sound of the Széchenyi Chain Bridge spanning the Danube River, the chatter of people in the famous ruin bars, and the clatter of the funicular that takes you up to Buda Castle.


In Miltenberg, a small town in Bavaria, I wandered the narrow streets lined with half-timbered houses and captured the sounds of church bells, the gentle flow of the Main river, and the clinking of glasses in the traditional beer gardens.


Regensburg, another UNESCO World Heritage Site, charmed me with its medieval architecture and lively market square. I recorded the sounds of street musicians, the clink of glasses in the beer gardens, and the hum of people enjoying a warm afternoon in the city.


Vienna, the capital of Austria, was a sensory feast with its grand palaces, opulent cafes, and classical music. I recorded the sounds of horses and carriages trotting down the streets, the busy cathedral shopping square and the buzz of the Naschmarkt food market.


Finally, Wurzburg, another Bavarian gem, enchanted me with its hilltop fortress, Baroque palace, and winding alleys. I recorded the sounds of a unique underground wine cellar, the clatter of the old Main Bridge, and the chatter of people enjoying a glass of Franconian wine.


All of these sounds, and more, can be found in my new sound library, "Cruising Europe." Whether you're a filmmaker, game developer, or sound designer, these authentic recordings will transport your audience to some of Europe's most charming destinations. I hope you enjoy listening to them as much as I enjoyed capturing them!


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