The GAZ-24-24 Volga 1985 is Flysound’s offering to the retro gods, comprising 135 sound files of pure nostalgic brilliance, recorded here in present day audio heaven.
We took our superannuated Soviet monster out of retirement, fuelling her up and revving her for one more day of glory on the track. Our beloved GAZ-24 is recorded on Neumann U 87 studio mics positioned above the engine, and the interior is captured in quadraphonic surround sound. File size total is 7 GB. The library comprises 283 minutes of absolutely clean recording.
This package is perfect for any project covering the Soviet era that involves cars. This car, the USSR equivalent of a Cadillac or (mildly more modest) Mustang, was an instant classic of the time, and an absolute legend of a nostalgia today. The car has been kept in good condition since the fall of communism, and it has finally been immortalised digitally for resynthesis into period projects. The library also works authentically for some Western European 20th century sounds, as GAZ exported this model to the Benelux countries under the Volga Scaldia brand.
The library covers the gamut of everything this car is designed to do; starting, taking off, braking, stopping, cruising, turning and manoeuvres, at different speeds and from different microphone positions. The files include new and improved metadata, and this library is suitable for projects of any complexity.
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