You can hear libraries full of animal sounds, babies’ coos, cartoon vocalizations, and a man counting up floors, plus you can check out new collections of Shepard tones, massive farts, dragons, ghosts, metal junkyards, skateboards, Steampunk gizmos, tortured string instruments, sounds for post-apocalyptic games, mobile games and explainer videos, and a variety bundle.
You can also hear an incredibly detailed libraries featuring weapons and armor, South Asian ambiences, a ’00 Chevy Camaro, quiet winter shores, AMBEO VR recordings from Cromer Beach, Surround urban environments, and doors of all varieties. Happy listening!
'Ancient Armour & Weapons' by Output Audio is the result of months of recording, editing and arranging historic prop Foley and combat sounds. Recorded at a dedicated Foley stage in London, UK, this library has been designed to give sound editors and media creators the core elements needed to create epic sword fights, brutal melee conflicts and more; whilst proving multiple content options for editors to layer sounds or use original recordings from a choice of microphones.
'Urban USA – 3D Surround Ambiences' by BOOM Library covers an immense spectrum of different settings of urban city life. From bustling downtown areas such as subway stations, financial districts, as well as marinas and construction sites, to quieter areas including beaches, parks, and suburbs, 'Urban USA' offers an authentic and detailed picture of American everyday city-life - in glorious 3D Surround and stereo.
'The Junkyard Metal Library' by Pole Position Production includes 3,183 sounds of metal, including hits, drops, pick ups, rattles, rumbles, rummaging, rocking, rolling and scraping. It features diverse props like large metal storage containers, diesel tanks, shopping carts, tractor buckets, propane tanks, crates, and smaller items like bolts, nails and ammunition. You'll receive multiple performances - from light to heavy intensities - all captured in 192 kHz, 24-bit resolution.
'Gizmo' by Kaibrary is a mechanism library for designing mechanical actions in machinery without the engines. This library covers the gambit of steam, clicks, clanks, clunks, servos and all sorts of mechanical actions from various props. This collection was recorded at 192 kHz with a stereo pair of Sanken CO100k microphones for extreme lossless pitching, allowing you to take something small like a typewriter and make it sound like a massive printing machine.
'Animal Hyperrealism Vol II' by Mattia Cellotto has over 2,000 animal vocalizations from real and designed creatures. The sounds came from animals trained for media production, as well as ones from zoos and wildlife centers. You'll hear sounds of leopards, bottlenose dolphins, sea lions, walruses, lemurs, owls, parrots, fruit bats, hamsters, guinea pigs and more, recorded at 192kHz and even some at 384kHz.
'Explainer Video Sound Kit' by Epic Stock Media offers you everything you need to create dynamic sound tracks for commercials, animations, and marketing and explainer videos. It's an all-in-one power pack with 1,200 designed sounds, cinematic elements, transitions, Foley, natural and organic sounds and a sweet selection of background music all ready to go. Create compelling experiences easier than ever!
'Asia Echoes - Laos / Vietnam' by Spectravelers is a unique collection of sounds captured in Laos and Vietnam providing more than 2 hours of various atmospheres at different times of the day. From Cat Ba island National Park to Luang Prabang's night and food markets to the mountains of Sapa, Tam Coc Fields and more, this collection will allow you to explore these two beautiful countries.
'Doors Vol.1' by Edible Audio has over 1,500 sounds of doors opening, closing, slaming, creaking and squeaking, and it has sounds of locks, knocks and handles from 175 various doors and drawers. These actions were performed in a variety of ways from numerous perspectives and multiple locations to include apartments, schools, offices, kitchens, bathrooms, toilets, bedrooms, car parks and more.
'Cartoon Voices' by Soundholder features cute and funky sound effects of made up characters designed to fit into cartoons and video games. It has more than 800 sound effects (raw and designed) of male and female laughing, screaming and singing, as well as emotional expressions like anger, sadness, happiness and more. All together you'll get 122 female and 283 male designed sound effects and 122 female and 290 male raw sounds.
'Baby Sounds' by Sound Ex Machina includes 160 indoor recordings of newborns, infants and toddlers as they laugh, sigh, scream, whimper, giggle and cry. All sounds were captured in real-life conditions over a 14-month period. Apart from pre-speech vocalizations, you'll also find cute recordings of the babies sucking pacifiers, breathing, breastfeeding, sneezing and farting that will help your Foley become more realistic and lifelike.
'Mobile Game 2 - Leveled Up SFX' by Epic Stock Media is a dynamic collection of 500 game sound effects inspired by top selling app-game hits like Candy Crush and Angry Birds. You'll experience tonal and non-melodic sounds, collects, coin sounds, pickups, treasures and specials, plus UI sound effects, app sounds, musical motifs, splash screens, logo sounds, alerts and game notifications.
'Drone Shepard Tones' by Sound Spark LLC was carefully crafted from a variety of analog sources such as modular synthesizers, natural ambiences and electromagnetic recordings of many different devices. Every one of these recordings were painstakingly performed and many parameters were manipulated in real time to create evolving textures that have a true sense of life and uniqueness.
'Nature Ambients Bundle' by Soundholder is compilation of sounds recorded far away from the cities and roads. Since most of the sounds were recorded in late winter, there are no insects and very few birds in background. In this library you will find recordings of beautiful waves crashing onto the rocks and shores on calm and windy days from different perspectives in various stereo configurations. It also comes with Foley of walking, running and swimming in the water.
'Dragon - AAA Game Character' by Epic Stock Media lets you unleash the mighty dragon overlord in your next fantasy game production! This collection features a dominating villain who's ready to feast on your enemies' charred remains. He's hungry, smells terrible - and is thirsting for revenge, willing go to any length to get it. Some of his favorite hobbies are looting, hoarding treasure, frying nearby towns and sleeping the day away at the highest peaks in the mountains.
'Stringache' by Silence+Other Sounds is a modern horror library of mangled string noises. Using close microphone techniques, it captures lots of violin stabs and screeches, pizzicatos, cello staccatos, double bass jetè, crescendos, strident string gestures and bowed noises - all of them transformed in unsettling, hair-raising cinematic horror effects. Whether you need a subtle violin effect to create tension or a ear piercing string screech stab, 'Stringache' will be your weapon.
CAUTION: 'The Thousand Winds Project (Farts) [The Original]' by The Chris Alan contains the HIGHEST resolution fart winds that exist on this side of the internet - well, let's be real, all sides of the internet! With 1,000 individual pristine 192kHz 24-bit farts, you can modify, tweak or change pitch, without worry of any loss in resolution.
'Apocalyptic Game - Crafting & User Interface Sounds' by Epic Stock Media is a highly focused blend of post apocalyptic RPG game sounds. You'll get SFX that will let your players craft minerals and materials as well as create weapons, items or buildings. You can outfit your next dark dystopian game with a complete post nuclear collection inspired by hits like Apex Legends, Fortnite and Fallout.
'Ghost - AAA Game Character' by Epic Stock Media is a unique collection of ghost voiceover featuring a male antagonist inspired by medieval fantasy MMO and RPG games. This library provides you with more than 776 immersive, game-ready voiceover sound files, vocalizations, battle cries, custom dialogue lines, and everything needed to create compelling cinematic scenes and outstanding game-play audio experiences.
'Skate' by Mechanical Wave came from a little skateboard recording session giving you 114 recordings of rolling on surfaces such as wood, metal, concrete and asphalt. You'll hear board manipulations, wheels spinning, board impacts, grinding on metal and concrete, and more. Each sound has been meticulously edited and embedded with metadata for an easy workflow.
'Ambisonic Cromer Beach' by Chris Drohan Sound has Binaural and Ambisonic ambiences from Cromer Beach on the Norfolk North Coast. It has a mixture of sandy and stony beach ambiences from a variety of distances with no people. This collection is very useful for anyone working in VR, and it was all recorded with a Sennheiser AMBEO VR and a Zoom F8.
'48Kilos' by Eiravaein Works LLC provides you with over 400 sounds from a wide mix of content in a compact form. Sounds include breaking bulbs, mechanical gates and doors; smashing liquid-filled vessels; manipulating musical instruments, blades, books, ceramics, AC units and film; as well as resonant impacts and much more. These sounds are presented in an assortment of mono and stereo recordings and recorded in a variety of locations.
'Chevrolet Camaro 2000 Z28 V8' by Attic Sound Ltd includes interior recordings, exterior sounds of the engine and exhaust, and Foley of this sedan with a V8 engine and MagnaFlow exhaust. You'll hear multiple takes of this vehicle starting, idling, turning, passing by, spinning its wheels, accelerating, revving, and driving on quiet country roads and gravel. You'll also get sounds of the doors opening and closing, horn honking, and more.
'Babies & Kids' by Boom Box Library contains a variety of baby and kid vocalizations from children who are 6 months, 3 years, and 5 years old. The recordings in this library include breathing, cooing, coughing, fussing, squealing, laughing, sneezing, animal impressions, growling, screaming, pouting, spitting, and more. There are also recordings of older kids performing like babies, and all performances use non-English nonsense words.
'The Elevator Speaks' by John Silke is a sound pack that features a male English voice speaking floors and levels up to 100. Beyond the 100th floor you can concatenate the speech files, i.e "level two hundred and ten" or "three hundred and fiftieth floor." These recordings have also been processed into two sets: one that is unprocessed for you to use as-is or process as desired and one that sounds like it is coming through a small speaker.
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