Recording Destruction

We learn early on to be careful with material things that are fragile, like glass cups, or ceramic figurines. As you continue to grow up you know that to make something last you have to take care of it, make sure it doesn’t get damaged. It is so deeply ingrained into us, that when we are told to purposefully break something it is close to being sacrilege. Once you get over that initial shock of it though, you almost gleefully get carried away.

Wood Breaking Recording
Wood Breaking Recording

Recording the sounds for our latest release (HD – Smash & Crash) had us hesitating at the start, but in no time at all it turned into a guilty pleasure! Our recording studio saw a lot of destruction in order for us to bring you these specialty sound effects.

When we were looking to create this collection, we decided on three main ingredients; glass, wood and metal. Then the fun began as we subjected each ingredient to dropping, bouncing, breaking, smashing, crashing, rattling and clanking to see what kind of sounds we could come up with. The clean-up afterwards was definitely a lot less fun, but we think it was well worth it!

Written by: Erin Dunt (@ErinAmber_D)

2 thoughts on “Recording Destruction

  1. Do you mind іf I ԛuotе a couple of your posts aѕ long as I provide
    credit and sources back to your webpage? My blog is in the very
    same area of interest as үours and my visitors would
    certainly benefit from some of the information you provide here.

    Pleaѕe let me know if this alright with you. Thanks a ⅼot!

    1. Hello Music Promoters,

      You are certainly permitted to quote from our posts as long as you credit and source back to us! Feel free to email us via the Contact Us page with your blog link so we can check out your content as well!

      Thanks!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *