This week we have five new sound libraries with three that are ready to be implemented into your game, featuring sounds of AI, UI, gun foley, body foley, and doors, item sounds and wind. We also have recordings of metal as it is captured in an automotive shop with a close mono and distant stereo pair, as well as outdoors across desolate, rolling landscapes with contact mics attached to fences and rails. If you’re looking for a specific or versatile library, this recap has something for you!
by Mindful Audio
takes you into the mind of this shiny element. This library has over two hours of metal atmospheres that were captured with two JrF contact mics. These mics were attached to rails and fences as they resonated with wind, producing dark textures, boinging hits, creaks, drones and much more. The mics were also attached to submerged wooden fences for sounds you may never have experienced. If you need dark ambiences, sounds to thicken your audio, or something that sounds out of this world, check out this library.
features tools and ambiences from, you guessed it, an automotive workshop. This library features sounds of compressed air, ceiling winches, hammers, doors, gates and wrenches, as well as skills such as welding, sawing and pressure washing. These sounds were captured with both a close-up mono and a distant stereo pair to allow you to fade between them whilst maintaining proper perspective and reverb. If you need sounds from a shop, this is one to listen to.
370 Various Sound Effects
'370 Various Sound Effects'
is a catch-all library for the sound designer in need of cinematic sounds. This library by surroundsoundlibrary.com
has sounds of impacts from bullets and knives, body sounds and weapon handling, doors and gates, monsters and creatures, water, whooshes, and plenty more. Though these sounds are 'various', most sounds have multiple takes and all were recorded at 96kHz, so they have room for you to make them your own. Whether you're working on a zombie shooter or monster movie, this library has sounds for you.
Gamemaster Pro Sound Collection
'Gamemaster Pro Sound Collection'
by Gamemaster Audio
has over 3,400 sounds for all your game audio needs. This versatile library features the most common sounds found in games with footsteps, gunshots, UI sounds, punches, doors, cartoon sounds, birds, alarms, various animals, wind, cinematics, item sounds, foley, voices, sci-fi ambiences, retro stingers, and much, much more. Each sound is designed to be dropped in your environment immediately, and all future updates will be provided for free with the purchase. Whether you're prototyping or looking for a multipurpose library, this is one to check out.
by Epic Stock Media
features the utterances of six characters as they recite commonly-heard phrases in video games—'Great job', 'Don't do that', 'You shouldn't be here', —as well as groans, mocking laughs, hellos, and much more. These characters are not the shaved-head male soldiers you often hear, instead this library features two young boys, a friendly girl and an intimidating woman, a Russian man, and a young man who likely plays DnD. With over 1,800 lines and a sample rate of 96kHz, this library can help you develop your AIs as you prototype your dialogue.
Popular sound effects this week:
Updated in real-time, so it always shows 3 of the most popular SFX libraries from the past week
Please share this:
THE WORLD’S EASIEST WAY TO GET INDEPENDENT SOUND EFFECTS:
A Sound Effect gives you easy access to an absolutely huge sound effects catalog from a myriad of independent sound creators, all covered by one license agreement
- a few highlights:
Explore the full, unique collection here
Latest sound effects libraries:
FOLLOW OR SUBSCRIBE FOR THE LATEST IN FANTASTIC SOUND: