There’ve been some really interesting sound effect libraries added to A Sound Effect recently. Here’s a look at four of them:
Interesting new sound effects:
Wild whooshes from bobsleds
Stephan Marche from Detunized had the clever idea to record the sounds of bobsleds for his latest SFX library. They produce some great, lively sounds as they whirl by at more than 100km/hr – really useful for spicing up your whoosh arsenal, or perhaps for designing interesting new vehicle or spacecraft sounds?
Undercover agent SFX tools
Another great collection of SFX comes from Mikkel Nielsen over at Sonic Salute. His latest library captures bumps, hums and other quirky sounds from old recorders, video cams, dictaphones and more – perfect for surveillance, stakeouts and secret agent missions.
Bizarre metal sounds
Mattia Cellotto returns with his third SFX library – capturing some truly bizarre and fascinating metallic rattles, moans and groans. These are equally useful for a lot of purposes – from dark soundscapes and spooky, shocking stingers, to strange groans from otherworldly creatures
Authentic sounds from Japan
A new release from Original Sounds that captures the ambiences of Tokyo. They’ve been recorded in the Tokyo city centre, busy streets, pedestrian streets, parks, residential areas, trains and subways – exterior and interior recordings captured at different times of day.
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