Lava from the Kilauea Volcano
Royalty-Free Audio Clip + Soundscape Library
19 WAV Files / 24 Minutes / 243 MB
Actual lava sound recordings from Kilauea on Hawaii. The ominous sound of molten rock as it flows toward the sea.
Loud and crackly – this is what real lava sounds like up close. You can hear it pop and snap, and occasionally rocks forming, shearing, and breaking apart. Thankfully – I didn’t melt the recorder! Audio from this short was featured in Dawn of Fire – a Vimeo Staff Pick also featured by National Geographic.
These audio tracks are stripped highlights from the hundreds of hours of field recordings I use to make my films. Demo clips from this library can be found in the video below. Please see the file manifest PDF to find individual track names, file sizes, types, and quality.
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