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Detunized Bob Skeleton sound library features action sounds of Bobsleighs and Skeletons that rush down the ice tube with more than 100 km/hour.

The recordings were gathered at 9 spots along a track in Altenberg in the south of Germany. Each take is sorted by spot and extensively meta-tagged. The content of this library allows for assembling a complete run from start to finish or even to extend it by easily combining start sceneries, energetic passes in different speeds and noisy brakings past finishing line. Furthermore Bob Skeleton content is a resource for sound mangling experiments and artificial foley design.

Bob Skeleton is available in three formats:

  • Live Pack requires Live 8/9, 42 Instrument Racks, 200 MB ; Price: € 15.00
  • Universal Light : 40 Broadcast WAV files with embedded description in 24/48 resolution ; 200 MB content, Price: € 15.00
  • Universal HD96 : 82Broadcast WAV files with embedded description in 24/96 resolution, 830 MB content, Price: € 32.00

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