When you’re in need of samples for a new production a Porsche is probably not your first thought. It probably wouldn’t even be your 50th thought, but bear with me. Sound designer Stefan Toto has sampled various mechanical sounds for Audiomodern FWRD, a new sample pack containing recordings from a swish new 911 Carrera.
A Porsche 911 might not be the first musical instrument that springs to mind, but Audiomodern FWRD sample pack proves that you can make a beat from just about anything.
Now a seatbelt or a door shutting might not sound like a lullaby on their own, but layered and looped, these sounds can actually make for interesting textures in electronic production. Just have a listen to the samples to the video below.
Sound designer Stefan Torto is credited for the creation of the FWRD pack, who recorded various parts of the vehicle. Some of the recorded sounds include doors closing, alarms and windscreen wipers and each are sampled at 24-bit/48kHz.
“We extracted a variety of raw sources from a Porsche Carrera S to create tonal loops and Mechanical grooves,” states Audiomdoern.
Find out more about the FWRD sample pack and download it for free on the Audiomodern website.