Welcome to the year's first look at exciting new indie SFX libraries - and for this one, we have quite a few new libraries that will give you distinct elements for your soundscapes.
We have sounds of London's famous metro system, a concise pack of Ambisonic city recordings, more lush ambiences from the Rocky Mountains, and sounds of ice being obliterated.
We also have a rowdy jet ski, cybernetic weapons, and interesting EMF recordings, too! Happy listening, and happy new year!
Sounds of the London Underground
'Sounds of the London Underground'
by Infrastructure Recordings
gets you sounds from The Tube, London's famous underground transportation system. You'll hear the familiar sounds of the cars clattering and whooshing by, plus their squeaky breaks, doors opening and closing, and interior recordings. You'll even know if the train car is a Class 172 Turbostar, 1972 Stock, Class 317, etc., and you'll get platform ambiences with conversing travelers and faraway sirens. For authentic details in your city sounds, give this one a listen.
by Sound Response
gets you over 500 sound effects from 12 newly designed sci-fi guns. This collection packs some futuristic punch with rifles, guns, pistols, SMGs, grenades, and more that have a cybernetic feel for your 22nd-century battles. And these guns don't just fire standard 5.56mm rounds - they are electric, plasmic, and biological, too! Whether you need heavy firepower or a pistol at your side, this library has you covered for your high-tech warfare.
Northern Rockies: miNiATURE
by Thomas Rex Beverly
gets you even more peaceful sounds of the beautiful Montana mountains. In this pack, you'll get over 100 minutes of new ambiences with woodpeckers, grouses, and songbirds, as well as a 45-minute extended recording with two loon calls. You'll also get quiet sounds of swaying trees and some absolute stillness. Don't forget, if you like this pack, check out 'Northern Rockies: Quiet Nature' and 'Northern Rockies: Common Loons', too.
has sounds of ice being broken into pieces in a variety of ways. You'll hear scraps, cracks, swishes, and impacts as the ice blocks are crushed by kettle bells, chisels, ice picks, saws, bats, spatulas, drills, knives, crowbars, axes, and more. All together you get 348 clean, close-up studio-recorded sounds that will give your debris, impacts, or snowy monsters a below-zero edge. If you need a flexible library featuring the destruction of ice, look no further.
Ambisonic City Life
'Ambisonic City Life'
is a quick pack of sounds from the city. With 24 recordings, you'll get the essential elements you need to infuse your soundscape with an urban flavor. You'll hear sirens, crowds, busy traffic, skate parks, parking lots, fountains, markets, and more. And of course, each sound is available in both First Order Ambix B-Format and Stereo. If you need city sounds for you VR project, check this one out.
PWC – Jet Ski – Sea Doo
'PWC – Jet Ski – Sea Doo'
by The Chris Alan
takes you out for some summer fun on a Sea-Doo watercraft. This library contains sounds of this vehicle as it accelerates, decelerates, passes by, float on the water, and rides around for fun. You also get wave ambiences and varying perspectives from the exhaust pipe and the driver's seat, as well as careful transitions for audio middleware use. If you're looking for the fun sounds of riding a jet ski, you'll find them here!
Electromagnetic – Field & Emissions
Fox Audio Post-Production
has once again used the power of manipulation to create interesting new sounds. 'Electromagnetic – Field & Emissions'
is a collection of the various machines we see in our day-to-day - such as coffee makers, washing machines, phones, WiFi routers, shavers, TVs, etc. - but you wouldn't know it from hearing the demo. These sounds have been twisted and experimented with to bring out static rhythms, buzzes, and sweeps that are perfect for your harsh transmissions or ghostly ambiences. Check out the demo and hear for yourself!
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