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Meticulously recorded old Soviet (USSR) radio with the significant sound of AM/FM frequency band switching, button clicks and clunks. Detailed resonance of the case infuse a unique vintage charm into the sound library.
What you'll get?
Super high quality royalty free sounds prepared for professional sound editors and sound designers. Suitable for film post production, animation, games, apps, music and whatever you want! Lots of fine electric clicks, buzzes, zaps and mechanical sounds, some AM/FM radio frequency band change sounds also included. Perfect source for creative sound design.
Number of Files: 36 Length: 20 minutes+ Size Unpacked: 0.45 Gb Sample Rate: 96kHz/24bit Gear Used: Rode NTG3 shotgun and Rode NT4 stereo microphone with DR60d and DR44wl recorders. Other Info: Not Meta-Tagged
I found this guy in granny's house couple years ago and immediately love it. This old dusty receiver sounds... like an old dusty receiver! All analog goodiness and vintage warmth that bring you back in time where all thing were nicer and neattier. Produced during 1970s, over time this model changed their brand several times, under which was exported abroad of the Soviet Union. At different times they were VEF-202 (export name VEF-206), VEGA, COMIX and TENTO. For recordings I've use 2 microphones to capture all that's character and charm. Rode NTG-3 capture all nuances in close while Rode NT-4 record "average" perspective. All sound were created from only one radio. Listen demos and examples in my special baked SoundCloud track.