8-Bit Retro sound library is a collection of retro-sounding beeps, bleeps, loops, and jingles, that all sound like they came straight out of those legendary arcade video games and the time when Nintendo, C64 and Atari ruled The Earth!
Perfect for games, cartoons, movies, and other projects involving retro game themes, you can use these 8-bit sound effects as they are, or explore vast new sound possibilities by playing around with them, combining, looping, and layering them. If you need a fresh and versatile collection of retro-sounding 8-bit sound effects for your production that will instantly throw your audience back to the 80’s era and the time of classic arcade games and consoles, 8-Bit Retro sound library is a must-have!
8-Bit Retro sound library contains 672 sound effects (116MB) in 16 Bit / 44.1 kHz Stereo WAV format, embedded with metadata to speed up your workflow, and separated into three categories: 1.Loops 2.Jingles 3.Various
SMOOTH is a collection of 140 24-bit/48khz wave sound effects.
I’ts delicate, soft, deep, eerie, cinematic. Its sounds are crafted for slow motion shots, abstract film sequences, motion design shots and mysterious, not aggressive, evocative and ethereal projects.
All sounds are organized into 8 categories:
They are total wet and 100% reverbered, designed with a “light touch”, definitely the opposite of big distorted and punchy sounds.
Synthetic Drones is the beginning of a new, affordable series aimed at delivering high quality cinematic soundscapes, with variety and flexibility in mind to induce dread and discomfort onto your audiovisual ventures.
Synthetic Drones was achieved by running a multitude of analog synthesizers through complex effects chains, resulting in resonant, cold, mechanical ambiences where its source remains abstract and mysterious.
Each audio file contains several variations of the same synthesizer and effects chain, ranging from simple resonant notes, abstract rhythmic clanging and organic soundscapes, rounded up with a futuristic approach, perfect for gloomy science-fiction projects. The takes are long and evolving, giving you creative freedom to use them however deemed necessary.
This library provides the highest quality vocal sounds of the members of a wolves pack in their social interaction: Howls solo and in groups from 2 to 9, fierce growls, extremely bassy grumblings, barks, snorts, whines, yapping. All the raw material was collected using the method of passive week-long observation with minimal intrusion, nothing was staged or provoked. A large part of the library is made of unintentional recordings of the accidental territorial quarrel between a polar wolf SEVER and an alpha male HORT: very aggressive growls, teeth clacking and other fight sounds. Luckily, despite the terrifying sonic impression, no one was injured. About 60 hours of raw recordings were edited into 1 hour 18 minutes, 151 files with 500+ individual sounds. Wolves are very emotional, expressive and surprisingly musical. So, these sounds can be equally useful for films and games representing wolves, as well as for creature and monster sound design. Some of the recordings sound very humanlike.
10% of this library revenue goes to the shelter for wolves.
JUST WHOOSH 4 sends forth an armada of highly trained and bloodthirsty Whoosh Sweeteners, ready to take over and beef up any feeble Whooshes, spineless Pass-Bys and wimpy Transition sound effects in no time.
So they finally do what they should: intensifying the sense of motion and velocity of anything that moves on screen.
From short, fast pass-bys, through magical fireballs to massive, droning, portly passing spaceships – This Whoosh Sweetener Toolkit does the job.
To strike with even more precision and efficiency, the fleet splits up into three squadrons:
|JUST WHOOSH 4
Noise & Interference
Rattle & Mechanics
Spacecrafts & SciFi
537 Sounds | 1,84 GB
|JUST WHOOSH 4
Abstract & Fantasy
Engines & Motors
Projectiles & Ballistics
545 Sounds | 1,82 GB
JUST WHOOSH 4
Friction & Organic
Metallic & Dystopian
Synthetic & Artificial
Water & Bubbles
532 Sounds | 1,58 GB
A sound library of the digital electronic world of 1s and 0s created from digital sources.
Sounds include glitch, static, snaps, pops, interference, signal malfunction, dropouts, data transmissions, unreferenced issues, bad clocking or incorrect timing effect and pitch/time manipulation.
Captured as found or created from any digital format device including computers, software, hardware interfaces, optical and coaxial streams, file-based, mobile devices, streaming media, digital synthesizers, and samplers.
All sourced from the output jacks and speakers from the digital devices as well as broadcast facilities, transmission sites, data paths, wifi, and cellular data.
The files have been normally left raw with its range of frequencies and dynamics, but have been normalized so be careful and check your volume level!
Great for those moments needing an emanation from a digital electronic device, glitchy transitions, data transmissions and clock timing for tech, sci-fi, horror, and dystopia or creating electronic beats and ambient drone material.
From 24/96 Sound Effects. Immersive Room tones features 28 HD 24bit/96khz Surround Sound Effects with a large selection of Interior Room tones and Quiet Places. Empty rooms, Hallways, Automobiles and more. Recorded with a Voyage Audio 2nd Order Spatial Microphone. Mastered with ProTools Ultimate in 3 configurations: Ambisonic (Ambix 2nd Order (Wyzxrstuv), Atmos™ 7.1.2 Surround Sound (LRCLfeLssRssLrsRrsLtsRts) and Stereo (L-R) Most tracks are 2 Minutes in length with embedded metadata. All new, original recordings. Want a taste of what’s included? Download the O2A and 7.1.2 Surround Demo files HERE and try it out on your own system!
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.
Here are diffused soundscapes of one of the largest and fastest-growing city on the planet: Dubai. The traffic and activity level is constant in this metropolis.
There are ambiences recorded at ground floor, and traffic tones recorded from high-rise buildings, at the 38th floor, from indoor and outdoor. One bonus included: a Bangkok traffic ambience from 25th floor.
From a real chocolate factory, we recorded specific sounds and ambiences.
Included different mechanical sounds and manipulation, captured through various perspectives.
This surreal time of COVID-19 and global lockdowns has inspired me to experiment with previously recorded urban soundscapes.
City streetscapes have been stretched and manipulated to create eerie, foreboding drones and a sense of desolation.
Stay healthy and stay safe.
Recording of a Bell 206L-3 LongRanger III helicopter with an Allison 250-C30P engine with 435 hp.
The Bell 206L-3 LongRanger III sound fx collection presents 233 clips in 48.61 gigabytes of a 1983 American helicopter. Also known as the Bell OH-58 Kiowa, it showcases the sound of an Allison 250-C30P engine with 435 hp.
The bundle shares 17 synchronized takes of onboard and exterior performances. 5 onboard perspectives include recordings from the cockpit, luggage compartment, and passenger area, as well as recordings from handheld microphones. The 16 exterior perspectives arrange multiple microphones around the helicopter to document starting, stopping, idling, taking off, passing by, and landing. Bonus 192 kHz recordings of stationary idles are offered for flexibility in sound design.
The collection embeds 18+ fields of metadata in every clip. It provides Pro Tools and Reaper mixing sessions, as well as metadata keyword import files in 7 languages.
Recorded with a magnetic coil microphone, this library unveils the hidden, rich sound-world of your household appliances and a 3D printer at work. It records the oscillations in the electric sound field that’s emitted from electrical devices. Also includes several longer sequences that can be used as building blocks for creating your now sci-fi sounds, and more…
This extensive collection of industrial ambiences features heavy machinery, mechanical rumbles and diffuse urbanscapes from the following locations:
All sounds were recorded using the Sound Devices Mix-Pre 6 and Sennheiser MKH 8020s to capture the extensive low frequencies present within the aforementioned locations.
A great add-on library for anyone looking to expand their weather sounds. A collection of recordings made during travels in Iceland, Sweden, England and France. A couple surround versions as well as stereo versions of rich and moody winds across plains and through leaves, plenty of interior winds through window gaps and chimneys, and water in several forms; rain, bubbles, geysers and more.
Bowed Cymbal 2 HD is a collection of 102 bowed cymbal samples using a broken and cut up cymbal, which gives some insane tonalities.
This pack contains a selection of kinetic whooshes and growls designed to be used to underline and characterize every weapon motion sound you could be working on.
Every sample is carefully synthesized to bring a specific feedback and tone, but there’s also room for a lot of customization.
Massive 1.4.2 patches [with macros] are also included for further customization on the direct source.
Here you will find various close-up of single pigs grunts recorded in different farms, well edited, ready to use in your projects. Files includes glued, and separated version.
These can serve as source material for monster/creature presence breathe. Keywords: Grunt, Snort, Raspy, Throaty, Flatulent, Farty, Strident, Beast, Bark, Slurp, Moan
RETRIEVE is a simple but intense collection of 55 Cinematic Rhythmic Loops at 120 BPM (WAV, 96kHz–24bit). They were created with the intention of evoke movement in trailers and musical compositions.
You will find Hi-hats, pulses and a vast selection of rhythmic textures ready to be used as building blocks of tracks or to add a cinematic flavor to your project. Thanks to their cinematic nature this sounds can be used to create very intense cinematic sound design moments.
A sound library of the organic electronic world of inherent signal noise created from analog sources.
Sounds include hum, buzz, hiss, static, distortion & overdriving, feedback loops, signal malfunction, dropouts, crackling, fuzz, and glitch.
540 files • 24 Bit / 96 kHz • 4.59Go • 2hrs11:16 mins
Water Experiment is a library regrouping several water recording sessions. This bundle contains many different methods to manipulate and to hear water. In this first bundle of a series, you can hear Water waves ambiance and flap, river stream and different water flow perspectives; Bubbles of water in movement with objects manipulation or only with hand; Blowing and boiling water bubbles; Different sizes of water splash movements and dripping; Spraying water sounds from a water hose, bottle and pump bottle; And movements, splash, flow, and bubbles from underwater recordings. The bundle includes 540 files recorded at 96khz – 24bits.
A great tool to have for any audio production.
Each sound has been meticulously edited individually. All files were recorded and are delivered in 24bit 96kHz Broadcast Wave files, all embedded with metadata information for easy import and ensure fast and easy workflow.
The gondolas lifts of Whistler are one of the most wonderful machinery pieces made by man to move them around the mountains.
This Sound Effects Library recorded the sounds of these unique vehicles during wintertime. The library shows multiple gondola perspectives, from its interiors to many Pass bys, and P.O.V’s of the cables that suspend this huge lifts. You will find different sizes and kinds of gondolas. Enjoy them and enjoy the experience of sound
FundamentalDoors aims to be a library that is fundamental to any door-related audio assets that are required. Whilst it isn’t a complete ‘one for all’ solution, it is a good choice for the amount of content that is contained within the library. It is a strong start or a great addition to any door library as a construction kit.
Each sausage file has 0.1s of silence between each sound which can be strip silenced for GameAudio purposes.
Categories in the library include: Door Opens, Closes, Slams, Creaks, Handle Turns, Handle Rattles, Handle Pulls, Bangs, Knocks, Hits, ‘Sneaking’ & more.
FundamentalDoors can also be used for sound design due to its high quality assets, which are perfect for any impacts / textures / stretching / pitching that marry well with other content.
Recordings of a potato gun made of PVC tubes (one barrel connected to a combustion chamber) and using hair spray for combustion. Shots are triggered manually by a lighter producing a sparkle in the combustion chamber.
This library consists of 32 shots in various configurations: with projectiles (apples), without projectiles, without the barrel, and finally with the combustion chamber opened. Shots were recorded from close perspective using two stereo microphone configurations: AB and MS. Both encoded and decoded versions are included in the library.
Recorded with: Sound Device Mix Pre 6 II, LOM Usi Pro, Oktava MK12
Edited and Mastered with: Reaper, Izotope RX, Voxengo MSED, Soundly
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