AndrÃ©Â Klar fromÂ DepthÂ of SoundÂ released a 2.94Â GB sizedÂ sound library calledÂ Water, composed of 84 waterÂ soundsÂ recorded in WAV, 24 bit & 96kHz. AndrÃ© himself told us the story behind the library:
The library I have taken over two years and planned. The sounds are all from Germany, Austria, Czechia and Switzerland. Most of the sounds were recorded on major hikes in the mountains and through canyons. The main difficulty in the walks was the amount of equipment. Infact most of the time I was accompanied by an assistant.
AndrÃ© isÂ continuing to collect material on water sounds, which will be released as soon as possible.
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