Jet engines are a distinctive type of sound generator. The liquid or gaseous fuel is extremely diluted with very intense pressured air and is then ignited (don't attempt this at home!). This is just one aspect that makes the noise. The other components are the fan the compressor and the combustor. The turbine - what's the matter is it that sounds so amazing.
We've all heard about how jet flybys sound because we hear them constantly over us from passenger aircraft. If you're living in an area where fighter planes are practicing testing flights, then you've heard the low-flying sound of jet engines. We made it even more clear by introducing our Micro BOOM SFX library JET FLY BYS.
WHAT We recorded
The recordings were made by F18 Hornet jets of the United States Navy that were very low over our microphones. We broadcast the sounds of these jets flying in three different distances (close medium, distant) as well as three different microphone configurations (MS, XY, and HH = Hammerhead, which is a unique configuration that our sound engineers invented and is the perfect setup for these recordings). Medium and close have different versions that contain the standard jet engine sound.
What's special about This book?
These sounds are ideal for obvious reasons such as jet flybys, but with a bit of processing, they can also be useful in other situations like whooshes, rockets, and others.
BOOM Library Sound FX is available in WAV format, which means they can be imported and worked with them using any program that supports the format of this file. Here are the most popular editing and audio software tools that work flawlessly in conjunction with sound FX.
SOFTWARE FOR AUDIO
VIDEO Editing Software
Final Cut Pro X
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