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Everyday Heroes: Welcome to the jungle

USD 4.40

Disturbing reports have come from the Brazilian Amazon about the fate of Grayson McGuire, an investigative reporter, and his TV crew. He went into the rainforest three weeks ago for reasons unknown. The last anyone heard of him was when he made a satellite call from the middle of the jungle and gave a garbled account of “ghosts” and a “phantom shaman” – but surely, that can’t be true? REDEMPTION is sending their best agents into the field with instructions to find out exactly what happened.

This SoundSet features all of the sounds that you need to run the thrilling Everyday Heroes - Welcome to the Jungle adventure. From the lush sounds of the jungle, steady drone of the CH-53 chopper, and the haunting sounds of the ghost all accompanied by epic music. Your players will feel like they are in a movie!

Is this Everyday Heroes SoundSet useful when I am not running a Everyday Heroes Adventure?

Yes! The "Welcome to the jungle" SoundPack supports:

  • Helicopter rides
  • Lush green jungles
  • Ghostly warriors
  • Jungle campsites
  • Quicksand
  • Firefights
  • and so much more

These SoundSets will appear by default in the Syrinscape Sci-Fi Player app, but you can make them appear in any of the apps by using the Campaign Manager.



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SoundSet Specifics

Moods

Helicopter ride
Mission briefing
Time to disembark
The clearing
The jungle
The Jungle (nighttime)
Meeting the Kambarkuka
Angered Kambarkuka
The Dreadlands
A grisly find
Ambush
Making camp
Quicksand
Deep in the jungle
Morro de Jumari
Final Countdown (battle)
Final Countdown (helicopter)
Homeward bound

Elements

Combat music
Opening music
End music
Grisly music
Ghostly warriors music
Tiger drums (all)
Arrow in flesh
Arrow in wood
Reload
Eating
Spitting
Strange walla
Rattle snakes
Underbrush
Hissing snake
Bow draw
Bow fire
Boiling water
Water canteen
Mosquitos
Machete the bush
Camp cooking
Happy birdies
Distant growls
Insect thrum
Insect flybys
Crows
Eagle calls
Frogs
Weird bugs
Lizard hisses
Monkey hoots
Hot day insects
Cicadas
Weird frogs
Growls
Distant wildlife
Wildlife
Bird songs
More birds
Underbrush occasional
Exotic birds
Apes and monkeys
Distant cicadas
Jungle animal cries
Footsteps on soil
Owls
Cuckcoos
Tumbling pebbles
Night insects
Creaking trees
Quiet rainforest (with distant thunder)
Jungle (loop)
Footsteps in mud
Elephants
Rainforest
Surprised bird
Rich jungle atmosphere
Fly
Wrapper rustle
Clinking
Cooking
Portacabin radio
Grunts and shouts
Shouts and cries
Impacts
Gunfire
Helicopter landing
Helicopter takeoff
Creaking helicopter
Radio comms
Helicopter inflight
Helicopter flairs
Helicopter accelerating
Helicopter inflight (delayed)
Helicopter inflight (with fade out for song)
Sword swoosh
Quicksand
Flashbang
Ghostly howls shifting
Ghostly howls
Climb fence
Cut fence
Chewing tobacco
Spit tobacco
Laptop
Grenade launcher
Grenade toss
Radio signoff
Silenced shot
Silenced burst
Mag reload
Jump
sliding door
LZ dropoff
Recording
Snake bite
Action stabs
Large explosion
Big splash
Pistol shot
Automatic fire

Credits

Everyday Heroes - Welcome to the jungle

This SoundSet was imagined, compiled, designed, created, mixed and finished by Steve Barr for Syrinscape, using samples created by him and also the following list of samples from the collaborative Internet database of creative-commons licensed sounds freesound.org:

"Grunts" by "mattgarkusha" (https://freesound.org/people/mattgarkusha/)
"crow" by "vixuxx" (http://www.freesound.org/people/vixuxx/)
"Frying sausages" by "Iceofdoom" (https://freesound.org/people/Iceofdooms/)
"Mosquito" by “Vilatzara” (https://freesound.org/people/Vilatzara/)
"Mag reload" by “bunny-clark” (https://freesound.org/people/bunny-clark/)
"grod-11-animal-5a" by "erh" (http://www.freesound.org/people/ERH/)
"Copeter accelerating" by “Dobroide” (https://freesound.org/people/Dobroide/)
"Cutting fence" by “Department64” (https://freesound.org/people/Department64/)
"rbh-rope-swishes-01" by "rhumphries" (https://freesound.org/people/rhumphries/)
“Boiling geothermal mud” by “SDLx” (https://freesound.org/people/SDLx/)
"Spitting" created by bmcken (https://freesound.org/people/bmcken/)
"morning-in-the-forest-2007-04-15" by "reinsamba" (http://www.freesound.org/people/reinsamba/)
"female grunts breaths" by "martian" (https://freesound.org/people/martian/sounds/218908/")
"grod-11-animal-4f" by "erh" (http://www.freesound.org/people/ERH/)
"bunchofflies" by "herbertboland" (http://www.freesound.org/people/herbertboland/)
"rbh-rope-swishes-01" by "rhumphries" (http://www.freesound.org/people/rhumphries/)
"pumpmkin-guts-squish-4" by "mwlandi" (http://www.freesound.org/people/mwlandi/)
"Flashbang in war" by “The Hidden Voice” (https://freesound.org/people/TheHiddenVoice/)
"Grunts" by "mattgarkusha" (https://freesound.org/people/mattgarkusha/)
"rubble-017" by "dj-chronos" (https://freesound.org/people/dj-chronos/)
"Borneo Jungle – Day" by "RTB45" (https://freesound.org/people/RTB45/)
"rubble-015" by "dj-chronos" (https://freesound.org/people/dj-chronos/)
"female grunts breaths" by "martian" (https://freesound.org/people/martian/)
"craw" by "inchadney" (http://www.freesound.org/people/inchadney/)
"grod-chipmonk" by "erh" (http://www.freesound.org/people/erh/)
"carrion-crows" by "benboncan" (http://www.freesound.org/people/benboncan/)
"babycry01" by "pfly" (http://www.freesound.org/people/pfly/)

Key: "sample name" by "username". Find user freesound accounts under http://www.freesound.org/people/[username]

AND

Uncomfortable bowels recorded, mixed and mastered by Benjamin Loomes for Syrinscape
Powerful distant monster recorded, mixed and mastered by Benjamin Loomes for Syrinscape
Laughing monster recorded, mixed and mastered by Benjamin Loomes for Syrinscape
Flatuous beast recorded, mixed and mastered by Benjamin Loomes for Syrinscape
Water canteen sounds created by Steve Barr for Syrinscape
"WTJ Video Recording" Performed by Dan Tharp and edited by Steve Barr for Syrinscape
Giant snake bite sound created by Barry Doublet for Syrinscape
Vistani Walla sounds performed by Matilda Loomes, edited by Barry Doublet for Syrinscape
Grenade launcher sounds created by Steve Barr for Syrinscape
Landing sequence sounds created by Steve Barr for Syrinscape
A manly wolf created by Benjamin Loomes for Syrinscape
Elephant bird created by Christian Koerding for Syrinscape
Footsteps in mud created by Barry Doublet for Syrinscape
Matilda's Vistani babble sounds performed by Matilda Loomes, edited by Barry Doublet for Syrinscape
Brush movement sounds created by Chris Koerding for Syrinscape
Wrapper rustle sounds created by Steve Barr for Syrinscape
Helicopter flavour sounds created by Steve Barr for Syrinscape
Wolf howl recorded, mixed and mastered by Benjamin Loomes for Syrinscape
Female Walla sounds performed by Karen Loomes, edited by Barry Doublet for Syrinscape
This sample is used under Creative Commons: Zero licence
Elephant bird wings created by Christian Koerding for Syrinscape from a CC0 sample
Complete silence performed by Chris Koerding for Syrinscape
"Dramatic new note—shock" created by Benjamin Loomes for Syrinscape
Footsteps on Titan sounds created by Barry Doublet for Syrinscape
Parrot distant sounds created by Barry Doublet for Syrinscape
Bolivia Rainforest Quiet sounds created by Barry Doublet for Syrinscape
Chewing tobacco sounds created by Steve Barr for Syrinscape
Jumping onto dirt sounds created by Steve Barr for Syrinscape
Barry babble sounds created by Barry Doublet for Syrinscape
Child babble sounds performed by Robin Doublet, edited by Barry Doublet for Syrinscape
Barry Phandelver babble created by Barry Doublet for Syrinscape
Grenade toss sounds created by Steve Barr for Syrinscape
Barry Vistani babble performed by & edited by Barry Doublet for Syrinscape
Barry Vistani babble performed by & edited by Barry Doublet for Syrinscape
Bolivia rainforest sounds created by Barry Doublet for Syrinscape
Machete the bush sounds created by Steve Barr for Syrinscape
Boiling water sounds created by Steve Barr for Syrinscape
Laptop bootup sounds created by Steve Barr for Syrinscape

AND

Music Composed, performed, recorded and mixed by Benjamin Loomes for Syrinscape and also:
"Part 1" – by Deroot. Used with permission from Robert Mulligan, Capacity Productions inc
"9 Out Of 10 " – by Deroot. Used with permission from Robert Mulligan, Capacity Productions inc
"Imaginary Friend" – by Deroot. Used with permission from Robert Mulligan, Capacity Productions inc
"Flying With Fidelity" – by Deroot. Used with permission from Robert Mulligan, Capacity Productions inc
"Minstrel boys" – sung, performed, recorded, mixed and mastered by Benjamin Loomes for Syrinscape
"Rico Rock-2" composed, performed and mixed by Joe Mccullough for Syrinscape
"Tiger drums" performed by Benjamin Loomes for Syrinscape
"Bodies are people too" composed and performed by Benjamin Loomes for Syrinscape
"Helicopter low" composed and performed by Benjamin Loomes for Syrinscape
"Fighting chance" – composed, performed, mixed and mastered by Benjamin Loomes for Syrinscape
"Fist of a serpent " composed and performed by Barry Doublet for Syrinscape
"musical stabs" – composed by Barry Doublet for Syrinscape
"Fist of a Serpent" composed and performed by Barry Doublet for Syrinscape

All weapons recorded and mastered by Benjamin Loomes at www.syrinscape.com

Icons made by:
Lorc, (http://lorcblog.blogspot.com)
Delapouite, (http://delapouite.com)
John Colburn, (http://ninmunanmu.com)
Felbrigg, (http://blackdogofdoom.blogspot.co.uk)
Available on http://game-icons.net
And Karen Loomes for syrinscape.com

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