NEWS: Announcing “Shadow Oscillations” Sound Collection by Radium Audio. Immerse yourself into our world of Hollywood trailer sound design, and grab yourself for the first time ever a FREE sound collection, created by sonic explorers Radium Audio and featuring Facebook guest Richard Libor.
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For those of you who don’t know us, we are an Emmy award winning sound design & music production team working on feature film trailers, major TV campaigns, premium brand advertising, and leading edge new media projects. If you’d like to check out what we do, play the above video of some of our recent work which we made for aspiring creatives applying to join us. You’ll find our recent film trailers for Ghost in the Shell, Alien Covenant and Warcraft, as well as some of our TV, Advert, Gaming and New Media projects.
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Click here to apply to join the team. We’re always happy to hear from talented creative sonic explorers!
If you’ve been following on Facebook, you’ll already be up to speed on our journey to create our SHADOW OSCILLATIONS collection! To recap, having set aside a couple of days for creative sound R&D, we asked Radium Facebookers to share their creative wishlists for a day in our sound garden. We had a great creative discussion opening up, and then aspiring sound creative Richard Libor posted that he’d love to record subsonic vibrations using metal sheets and dry ice. Given that we’d been planning a similar session and we had the materials in studio, we invited Richard as a special guest to spend the day with the Radium team, and all do the session together. Join us on the journey …
The best way to learn is by doing, so we asked Richard what he’d learned during his day with us. Richard says his takeaway points were:
- Always try to get the cleanest, best recording you can in the actual session. It saves a lot of time later.
- Find the sweet spot whilst recording each sound, hone in on that, and max it out.
- Experiment with tools and approaches in the recording session, what works well might surprise you.
We loved having Richard in studio with us for the day. A fresh pair of eyes and ears always makes us think about what we do from a different perspective. We’re definitely going to do this again after the dust settles on some upcoming projects. Meanwhile, our SHADOW OSCILLATIONS journey continues below …
- Sound Garden in Bloom
- Metal Stash Stockpile
- Auditioning the Metal
- Coppersonic Vibration
- 2 Second Reverb Room
- Dense & Hollow Resonance
- Tools of the Trade
- Sound Garden Instruments
- Sonic Performance
- Machines & Man
- Sound Garden in Bloom
About Shadow Oscillations
Shadow Oscillations is a creative sound collection we made for our sonic community, recorded in Radium’s 6second reverb chamber and designed to slot straight into both commercial and non paid music and sound design projects. We recorded, edited, designed and mastered the sounds specifically to bring a dark metallic sub colour to your personal sound library. Just for the record, we bear no latent hostility toward metal objects, we just wanted to get some edgy and interesting new sounds! Big props to our special guest for the day Richard Libor who assisted in the recording sessions and contributed some sounds to this collection – it was Richard’s first sound creation & design experience in a professional environment, and we think he did great!
Shadow Oscillations Tones Timbres Flavours
Dark Abyss, Shuddering Resonance, Hard Hitting Dissonance, Sub Shaking, Earth Moving, Tremoring, Metallic Vibration, Infrasonic Subliminal, Tensile Stress, Tormented Metal, Twisting,Distorting,Contorting, Sub Waveform Manipulation, Seismic Shifts, Hits, Impacts, Abstract Tensile Sounds, Tales from and for a Darker Palette…
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Sharing, licensing, reselling, redistributing the sounds in standalone form for any use. Sharing, licensing reselling or sharing the sounds as part of an SFX pack, SFX or Music Library, sample instrument, or software application, whether paid or unpaid.
TOTALLY OK. GO RIGHT AHEAD!
Include these sounds in your music tracks, whether freely distributed, or released and commercially sold. Include these sounds in your film/tv/advertising/media soundtracks designed to picture, whether paid or unpaid. If you’d like to share SHADOW OSCILLATIONS with a friend, send them on over to this page so they can download it for themselves!
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