Thermal Flux is a sound effects library formed by extreme temperature reactions. With materials ranging from -119°F to 1900°F all captured at 192kHz/24bit, it’s a fiery (and icy) collection of unique sound design source material.
In each recording, props with vast temperature differentials interact with each other… Red hot ball bearings vaporize liquids, melt ice, and destroy various household products. Extremely cold metal instantly freezes water. Molten metals and glass pour into water, groaning, chirping, and crackling, as they solidify. Dry ice causes coins to viciously chatter. Water beads bounce, whine, and buzz on blazing hot pans. White hot sand roars and erupts upon contact with water. All of this and more was recorded with mics capturing quality frequency information up to ~65kHz. This ultrasonic content allows for extreme pitch shifting without compromising fidelity.
Farts are our bodies’ way of punctuating important moments. Everyone knows this and agrees on it. It’s basically accepted scientific fact.
And now, after decades of research and a couple days of intensely private foley work, George brings you 216 separate files of completely original yet hauntingly familiar fart sounds that will add ripe, satisfying definition to your every soundscape.
Employ George’s rich, mouth-made ass-noises to create emphasis, intrigue, a sense of accomplishment, desperation, true love, and more.
With over 20 minutes of quick bursts and ambient loops, we’re fairly confident when we say you really shouldn’t ever need more fart noises than this.
“Thin Ice” is a handy collection of gripping ice sound effects.
It offers raw sound materials encompassing 315 sounds of cracklings, frictions, impacts, and squashes.
Thriller Whooshes sound library brings you 200 tension-building transition sound effects perfect for horror, thriller and action movies, trailers, games, music, and more! In contrast to Sound Response’s first installment of whoosh sound effects Whooshes & Transitions that features predominantly sci-fi whoosh sound effects, Thriller Whooshes soundpack contains transition sound effects designed using exclusively organic source sounds recorded with high-end recorders and microphones, in order for effects to be more raw-sounding.
A must have for anyone looking for sinister-sounding transition sounds, these sound effects will instantly find a way into your production and help you with intensifying the atmosphere of your project!
Thriller Whooshes sound library contains 547MB (200 sound effects) of high definition 24bit/96khz Stereo WAV files, embedded with metadata to speed up your workflow.
Thunder & Rain is a sound library that delivers the recordings of two storms. It includes a total of 46 audio files, split into three folders: STEREO, MS and UPMIX 5.1. It also comes with 40 audio files in the AS REC MS (NO De-Noise) folder.
De-noise was applied to most of the recordings, to only preserve thunder FX, but you have the NO De-Noise folder included too.
Create your own thunder ambiences with the included Winds/Storm/Rain files (in the preview below, I used the Rain file in addition to thunder files).
TREMENDOUS WEATHER CONDITIONS – CAPTURED AT LENGTH
THUNDER & RAIN is the third SFX library from our series of high quality and amazing nature recordings by Emmy-winner and nature recording genius Gordon Hempton. Hempton has searched the globe for more than three decades to record nature at its most pristine and we are proud to be the exclusive distributor besides Gordon’s very own company QUIET PLANET.
DETAILED, ISOLATED AND FLEXIBLE METEROLOGICAL ELEMENTS
This collection provides everything you need to produce the perfect storm: 22 isolated thunder recordings, including close strikes, resonant peels and distant rolls; plus 35 different rain intensities, and nine storm recordings. There’s one entire, hour-long rainstorm (61 min.) and one complete thunderstorm (41 min.) for quickly finding just the sound you need at the length you want. None of these thunder and rain files appear in the Nature Essentials” Collection.
This Library is also part of The Complete Quiet Planet Bundle.Libraries from Quiet Planet are covered by a special EULA - read it here.
Looking for sounds that make you want to grab a warm blanket and stay inside? This collection has thunder and rain recordings collected during window-shaking storms from 2012 to 2015.
Most sounds are recorded in Helsinki, where summers contain a few weeks of hot weather accompanied by dramatic thunderstorms.
It also features a hot, violent storm captured in France that lasted several hours.
With recordings that last from 13 seconds to over a half hour, you're sure to get all the drizzling and cracking thunderclaps you're looking for!
Thunder Tube offers you an extensive collection of sounds from a unique resonant source, ideal for any sound design purpose.
Tibetan Singing Bowls – The ancient brain entrainment methodology for healing and meditation. Tibetan Singing Bowls have been used for centuries for healing and meditation purposes. They create a range of sounds to restore the normal vibratory frequencies of diseased and out-of-harmony parts of the body, mind and soul. They are also used for sound baths, which is when participants lay on the floor and let the waves of sound from the Tibetan Singing Bowls wash over them.
9 total bowls were recorded. Notes C, D, D#, E, F, G, A, A one octave up and B. A variety of bowl sizes were used from 8 to 12 inches.
Tick Tock contains a wide range of loopable clock ticking sounds, meticulously crafted from recordings of antique clocks, machines, victorian equipment, the human body, and household items by our award-winning Sound Designers.
These sounds are perfect for adding unique clock effects to your library and projects. All effects were recorded in 24Bit 96kHz, allowing for further sonic manipulation.
If you’re tired of using the same, mundane clock sounds, then this library is for you! Tick Tock is ideal for use in Film, TV and Game projects, and will make a perfect addition to your sound design arsenal.
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Unique recording of the world’s only running Tiger II heavy tank, also known as a King Tiger II Ausf. B, Köningstiger, or Royal Tiger, equipped with a German V-12 Maybach HL 230 P30 gasoline engine with 700 PS (690 hp, 515 kW).
This beauty was built in 1943 and is equipped with a 130 hp, 4-cylinder Gipsy Major 1F engine. The recordings consist of five channels including two engine channels, one exhaust channel and two distance channels recorded from different directions. It contains startups, stops, the engine running at different RPMs, and a surround fly-by at the very end. Enjoy!
‘Tile Footwork’ by Badlands Sound includes 110 high-quality footsteps great for your projects.
Perfect for video games with many different variations within each file.
The library features different types of shoes; Boots, Heels, Dress Shoes, Slippers, Old Shoes, Sandals, and Trainers on two different surfaces – Tile and dirty tile.
FabFilter Timeless 2 is not only a perfectly modelled classic tape delay. Its unique high-quality filters and many creative options turn it into the ultimate sound-mangling machine! Create echo, chorus, flanger, phaser, scratch effects and much more.
The delay signal is fed to two high-quality multimode filters, and then routed back to the delays with adjustable feedback and cross-feedback knobs. Per-channel phase inversion is provided to create jaw-dropping flanger and phasing effects.
Finally, you get all the usual FabFilter goodies: perfectly tuned knobs, MIDI Learn, Smart Parameter Interpolation for smooth parameter transitions, extensive help with interactive help hints, AltiVec and SSE optimization, and much more!
Timeless SLR’s is a collection of high quality 35mm SLR camera sound effects. It features 1392 .wav files,
all of which were recorded with Sennheiser MKH8040 and MKH8060 at the same time at 192kHz/24Bit with a Sound Devices recorder.
Discover iconic sounds of some of the most popular 35mm SLR cameras ever made. Timeless SLR’s is full of excellent mechanical sounds, captured at 192kHz, thus allowing you extreme pitch shifting and any further processing, which makes it perfect for sound designers.
It was recorded with two excellent Sennheiser microphones at the same time: MKH8040 and MKH8060.
MKH8060 sounds a bit brighter and was recorded from 2ft away.
MKH8040 sounds a bit more beefier and was recorded from 1ft away.
You’ll find sounds such as: motorized cannon auto winder, mechanical LOMO self timer, steampunk sounding Pentax film winder, shutter curtains recorded at multiple different speeds, all the cranks, dials, knobs and switches, self-timer beeps, aperture clicks, lens screw ins and unscrews, dry fires, loading film sequences, advancing film with open back, rewinding, doors opens and closes, rollers and more.
Please check SFX LIST for more information
RECORDED WITH: Sound Devices MixPre 6 + Sennheiser MKH8040 + Sennheiser MKH8060
EDITED AND MASTERED WITH: RX, Pro Tools, Brufri.
‘Tinnitus’ by Badlands Sound features twenty ear piercing sounds perfect for your projects. These sounds are becoming iconic in the media industry and are becoming common in films and games.
We believe these sounds will greatly benefit sound editors and sound designers allowing them to skip through the painful process of designing these sounds.
Disclaimer: Music in the audio demo is not included in the product.
30 ear piercing samples created from organic recordings which were then stretched and manipulated using various professional plugins.
Recorded using the Sennheiser MKH 8020 Stereo Pair and Sound Devices Mix-Pre 6, this library is delivered to you at 24bit/96khz for all your sound design needs.
‘Tinnitus Designed’ is a collection of 25 sounds to replicate the noises of tinnitus. The library is a realistic approach at creating some of the sounds experienced by people with tinnitus.
Suitable for post-production sound designers.
‘Tiny Transitions’ deivers 275 short Whooshes and other Transition sounds. Instead of the huge, more cinematic transitional sounds that you are accustomed to hear from SoundBits, this sound pack focuses more on the smaller, not-so-intrusive production elements that come in very handy for any Sound Designer, All-In-One Film Editor or Web-, App- and Game-Developers.
All these small motion-supporting elements that you need in your everyday work for game menus, apps, general motion designs, … or as parts of more complex moving stuff.
You get 275 designed sounds + a selection of 290 cleaned and edited source sounds that were used to design the Tiny Transitions. These sounds are mostly different props that are scraping or sliding on different surfaces and also some vocalized whoosh attempts.
All source sounds were recorded with Sonosax SX-R4+ and Sennheiser MKH8050+MKH30 M/S rig.
All sounds come with embedded Soundminer Metadata.
“Tiny Transitions 2” is the successor to the very popular Tiny Transitions sound effects library.
If you already knew the first library you know what to expect: even more, even better and more versatile to bring instant sonic support for all kinds of small animations, motion graphics, pass-bys, menues, projectiles and more.
Re-load your ammo belt with not-so-intrusive production elements that come in very handy for any Sound Designer, All-In-One Film Editor or Web-, App- and Game-Developers.
All the small motion elements that you need in your everyday work for games, apps, commercial, films or general motion designs.
You get 350 ready to use designed sounds+ a composite selection of 320 cleaned and edited source soundsthat were used to design the Tiny Transitions. These sounds are mostly different props that are scraping or sliding on different surfaces and also some vocalized whoosh attempts.
If you don’t need the extra source sounds you can grab the “Designed Sounds only” pack.
All source sounds were recorded with Sonosax SX-R4+ with a Sennheiser MKH8050+MKH30 M/S rig, a Sound Devices MixPre-6 with a MK8060+ATE208 M/S rig and a Sony PCM-D100. All sounds come with embedded Metadata.
Metadata embedded by “The Audioville – India”
This compact pack gives you a few sound effects of summer Toboggan Run. Loud lift clicking sound of the track, fast downhill ride and passbys of the bobsleds.
Recorded in Czech entertainment park on Line Audio CM3 (XY pattern) and Tascam DR 701-D.
From toilets to urinals, trains to planes, this library explores the many different flushing sounds that can be heard in American and European bathrooms.
The flushes were recorded in several varieties; the toilet lid up, the toilet lid down, the recorder close to the toilet, the recorder distant from the toilet, and even some of the refilling cycles as well as the dreaded sound when a toilet won’t flush.
Of all the flushes recorded, 55 are from European toilets, 29 from American toilets, 14 from urinals, 7 from a train, and 6 from a plane, for a total of 111 unique flushing sounds with over 50 minutes of refilling cycles.
Also included in the “2017 InspectorJ Bundle” for 50% off!
Get the sounds of everyday life in Tokyo, Japan. A quiet neighborhood with moderate traffic, birds singing and a dog barking in the distance. Recorded in densely populated, but quiet and civil Setagaya Ward, Tokyo.
Sounds include traffic in the form of cars, trucks, lots of bicycles and pedestrians, commuters at Kyodo Station, cicadas at night, Japanese crows cawing, as well as the unmistakable sounds of a Buddhist cemetery in a light breeze (!). In short; just the right sounds to make Japanese suburbia come alive in your productions.
Recorded exclusively using stealth methods (near-concealed microphones), this is a slice of life, as lived by the locals of this rather pleasant middle-class neighborhood.
Get the authentic sounds of Tokyo City in this library from Original Sounds. It features everything from sounds captured in the city centre, busy streets, pedestrian streets, parks, residential areas, trains and subways – exterior and interior recordings captured at different times of day. Check out the full sound list below.
So If you’re looking for the sounds of Tokyo, this one gets you 1 hour and 46 minutes of great, authentic recordings!
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