Soundmorph Matter Mayhem sound library
Soundmorph launches a new chaotic sound library designed in collaboration with Frederic Devanlay (Sinematic) and Cedric Denooz (Future Weapons).
Matter Mayhem features 5.75 GB of destructive and explosive sound material for sound design and movie scores, with bomb explosions, stone, metal, wood and pebble blow ups, glass, plastic and other debris, metal impacts, whooshes and different sound perspectives.
In total, Matter Mayhem offer more than 1,500 sounds in 24-bit / 96 kHz, with files that include Soundminer and Basehead metadata.
The library is available for the introductory price of $99.83 instead of $149 until April 28th at soundmorph.com.
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