Airport & Planes was recorded between 2015-2018, in airports from Rome to Qatar, and in a variety of large capacity commercial passenger craft.
It presents modern air travel from the passenger perspective, covering everything from airport shopping areas and security checks, to
taxiing, takeoff, cruising and landing – with and without passenger walla, rummaging with luggage compartments and seat belt buckles.
Note: includes airplane ambiances with NO talking!
It was all recorded stealth style, but nevertheless delivers lots of different perspectives and variation. Room tones from airplane interiors
come in different timbres (read: flavors of background noise), ranging from the tonally dry and flat, to rumbling and wheezing.
You will also find spoken announcements in various languages from English to Japanese; in both airports and onboard planes.
The characteristic bell or ping accompanying announcements in flight is also included, in two different versions:
One was isolated from an actual recording, while the other was synthesized to match the first, but sounding cleaner.
As a tasty little bonus, I’m throwing in a couple interiors from a bona-fide airliner lavatory.
All in all, lots of suitcase wheels, rolling sidewalks and whooshy airplane tones.
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