9 CARS WORTH OF UNTAMED, MIND-BLOWING SFX
Introducing V8 CARS – FULLY RIGGED, the latest release in Pole Position Production’s extensive collection of multi-channel sports car, aviation, and military vehicle sound collections.
The V8 CARS – FULLY RIGGED sound library, a collaboration with BOOM Library, features the legendary sound of classics like the 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle, Ford Mustang, 1968 Plymouth Satellite and the sheer fury of a 750 horse-power Ford Shelby GT500, now available in astonishing definition and sublime detail.
CARS V8 – FULLY RIGGED
We captured every angle, every action, direction, level, nook and cranny the four-wheeled spitfires would surrender — which amounts to a staggering 115GB of sound material in the FULLY RIGGED version, offering enough mic positions to create elaborate multi-channel setups and fine-tune the sonic driving experience.
ONBOARD + EXTERIOR
All onboard engine recordings include slow, medium, fast, steady and other sounds from the engine, exhaust and interior perspective. The exterior features approaches, turning corners, distant sounds, passes, reverses, starts and rev-ups. Additional sounds like handling, horns and more round off the package.
FOR FILM, GAMES AND BEYOND
V8 CARS stands prepared to master any linear or interactive challenge that gets thrown your way as a sound designer. With the vast variety of sounds available, you will have the perfect audio to match at your disposal, whether authentic real-time engine ramps or heavily edited film scenes are on the table. Pay close attention to the changes in perspective in the announcement trailer.
What’s so special about this library?
You’ll know it when you hear it: from their unmistakable motor idling sound to the uncompromising roar at full speed, the early 70s muscle car sound is both unique in character and hard to come by, especially captured in this level of detail. V8 CARS also features a Chevrolet Express 1500 van and a Dodge Durango Magnum SUV as well as a supercharged, heavily upgraded Ford Shelby GT500 in the modern department.