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  • Environments & Ambiences Symphonic Ambiences: Volume 1 Play Track 283 sounds included, 1092 mins total $120

    The world’s first modular ambience library. Themes include cities, suburbs, public places, fictional locations, and more.

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  • As a sound editor, I always found it frustrating when cutting cellphone ringtones and beeps for movies or TV shows. Firstly, we are unable to use copyrighted tunes, often leading us to resort to old 90s cellphone ringtones. Secondly, the challenge lies in ensuring that the beeps and ringtones are not overly intrusive while still being easily recognizable.

    To address these issues, I developed the “Telephones and Computers Survival Toolkit” sound effects library. This comprehensive collection includes 1221 sound effects, encompassing mouse clicks and movements, USB drive insert/eject sounds, power-up chords, old-school beeps, animation sounds, cellphone ringtones, cellphone beeps, haptics, etc. Additionally, some cellphone ringtones are organized in patterns, allowing users to mix pattern “stems” and create new variations of ringtones.

    All sound effects are provided at 48kHz/24-bit, in raw or “full bandwidth” format. This enables users to modify the sounds using their preferred plugins.

    Regarding the provided demo files on SoundCloud:
    The sound effects have intentionally been altered to give listeners a realistic sense of how they would sound in a real-life situation.

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  • Ringtones and notifications for movies, games or TV production are tricky things.

    You just can’t use stock ringtones from smartphone manufacturers because of copyrights.

    Ringtones with strong harmony can clash with background music.

    Many ringtones from SFX libraries are just overused.

    There is a way out!

    This library consists of 423 files (1600+ sounds), which are divided into categories, such as: ringtones, alarms, notifications, UI,ย  lock-unlock and etc.

    You’ll also find Foley folder, which contains vibrations, mechanical buttons, tone dials and etc, recorded with four smartphones of different age.

    But that’s not all: every sound was re-recorded using stereo microphones from three different smartphones, ranging from vintage to modern, for instant worldizing and authentic cinematic feel.

    This library will strengthen up your sonic arsenal like heavy duty smartphone tempered glass!

    Main features:

    • 423 files/1600+ sounds
    • Copyright free
    • 96khz/24bit stereo
    • Handy smartphone (or any electronic phone) toolkit, consists of several categories, such as Ringtones, Alarms, UI, Notifications, Camera and etc.
    • Completely worldized (re-recorded in real world using stereo mics) with 3 different smartphones, ranging from vintage to modern
    • Foley folder with vibrations, mechanical buttons and etc
    • Extensive Soundminer and BWF metadata for search engines
    • Universal Category System (UCS) compliant

    Equipment used:ย  Sennheiser MKH8040/MKH30, Sound Devices MixPre 6, Samsung s5830, Motorola MotoG 1st gen, Xiaomi MiMix2, Xiaomi Mi4

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  • Punchy Transients is an organized toolbox that serves as a reliable source of ”layers of impact” which many, many sounds do require to be in their best fit. It is also a trusty stash for designers who need to save some time to focus on something else.

    The library content was made by recording a collection of hits on a punching bag using many techniques. Also, a dry version of each sample and a folder of bonus thumps are included.

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  • Mechanical Sound Effects Gizmo Play Track 2500+ sounds included, 244 mins total $83.75

    Gizmo is a mechanism library for designing mechanical actions in machinery without the engines. This library covers the gambit of steam, ronks, clicks, clanks, clunks, servos and all sorts of mechanical actions from various props.

    Unlike most libraries, this one was recorded at 192 with a stereo pair of Sanken CO100k microphones for extreme lossless pitching, so you can take something small like a typewriter, and make it sound like a massive printing machine.

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