You get a huge amount of cloth and prop foley sounds in this one: 16 types of cloth and 15 surfaces with 15+ variations – captured by Foley Supervisor and sound designer Joshua Reinhardt, and professional Foley walker Lara Dale.
Crunchy leather, crisp gun movement, trendy purses, big chains, smooth cloth, great sounding bags, and coats, this library has it all. This is hands down the most extensive cloth and prop library anywhere. Note: Does not contain embedded metadata, but features descriptive file names.
Not only does this library contain walking but it’s pretty much every performance you can think of from scuffs to jumps and lands and scrapes. With this library you can cut foley for pretty much any film or game that comes your way. And EVERY PERFORMANCE SYNCS UP PERFECTLY TO ULTIMATE FOOTSTEPS! These recordings were recorded using the same tempo and performances as our first popular Ultimate Footsteps Library so this will add even more depth to your characters and project!
• Every file is labeled with a description of the shoe, surface, performance type and microphone.
• Combine cloth with different props and footsteps to get great sounds.
• Same recording studio mics and preamps used in over 50 major motion pictures
• Same boots and army gear that was used in THE EXPENDABLES
• Mix and match shoes, surfaces and sweeteners to make your own custom characters.
• Can be used as a stereo or separated and mixed/matched as a mono depending which mic works best for your project
Props used: Rifle, hand gun, backpack school, backpack leather, heavy chains, dog tags, duffle bag, paper bags, plastic bags, keys, purse, purse cloth, small chains.
Cloth Used: Heavy coat, coat wool, Denim, heavy denim, fringe suade, fringe, leather heavy, leather crunch, leather biker, sequin, shirt, shirt light, shirt heavy, silk, tutu, wind breaker.
Performances: Extremely Slow Walk, Medium Slow Walk, Walk, Jog, Run, Stairs Slow, Stairs Fast, Stomp, Land, Scuff, Scrape 1, Scrape 2, Scrape 3, Scrape 4, Scrape 5.
Ultrasonic Dry Ice is a library containing over 600 sounds themed metal resonances, scrapes and all sorts of weird.
All the content has been recorded at 192KHz with a Sanken CO100K, a couple of Sennheiser MKH8040 and a MKH416.
The resulting ultrasonic spectrum is rich and allows for truly extreme manipulation of the content.
Another exciting game character voice sound library has arrived. Hello and welcome – AAA Game Character Undead – a riveting collection of interactive, in-game dialogue featuring a grotesque set of fantasy undead creature audio assets. Inside you’ll find over 400+ rich and immersive in-game character audio files, provided in high quality 24bit 96k .wav file format.
This library include a wide range of construction site sounds. Here are collected the general ambiences of the construction site, machines and instruments. There are also separate tools, such as a jackhammer, drill, screwdriver, etc.
All sounds were recorded at various sites in Kiev, Ukraine. Some sounds contain the voices of workers, but their speech is not intelligible, and individual words cannot be identified.
Recording was made both inside and outside the sites. Some sounds were recorded from different perspectives, which will help you choose a more suitable sound for your scene.
All files are meta-tagged, that describe everything in more detail. This collection can also be used as a construction kit to create the general atmosphere of a construction site.
A collection of ambiences from underneath every railway bridge crossing the Thames in London. Most recordings are dynamic enough to allow for easy isolation of train sounds for use as an individual effect, with periods of quieter urban and suburban soundscapes in between – 2 kinds of library for the price of one, essentially.
All recordings made with a pair of DPA 4060s into a Tascam Dr-100mk3.
An underground parking is a place where you don’t feel safe. A squeaky door, a car in approach or simply someone playing with keys. Once again you will have a lot of possibility with those surround sounds for creating space and depth.
Underwater is a collection of 185 individual sounds to get you started on your underwater adventure. These sounds work especially well in documentaries involving underwater photography, as well as films that need bullets penetrating water as the hero dives under and swims away from the villains.
This collection provides underwater motion, impacts, bubbles, objects penetrating the surface, tapping, bouncing, dripping water, and some miscellaneous sounds for when your sound design imagination goes off the deep end.
Underwater sound effects features 200 professionally produced sound effects, ready for use in your productions. These sounds are all hand-picked from the Sound Ideas Underwater Sound Effects library.
Looking for that ‘lost world’ outdoor adventure ambience? The Rupununi region has it all: Pristine landscapes, rich biodiversity, and local myths – and this sound effects library captures its ambience.
Virtually untouched by modern human activity, its nature combines a mixture of savannahs, shrubs, wetlands and forests located in South America. The amerindians inhabit the area for millennia and are in total osmose with their surroundings.
Local myths and legends
In fact the region is soaked with legends and myths, like the famed yet unfound El Dorado city claimed by many explorers like sir Walter Raleigh expeditions in 1592.
Rich Wildlife & Biodiversity
Rupununi bolsters evolving serenades of sounds throughout days and nights due to its incredibly lush eco-systems including thousands of bird species, insects, reptiles and mamals.
The library is available in stereo, and surround (Quad & 5.1).
Undoing computer is a package of destroying actions and metal sounds. The library contains 125 files of various metal case computer destruction sounds. Hit, Rubbing, Drop, Bend, Twist, Crush. A collection of several sounds of Scrap Metal, Rattle, Smash on the floor and object debris! The perfect little scrap metal pack!
Each sound has been meticulously edited individually, All files were recorded and are delivered in 24 Bit / 96kHz Broadcast Wave files, all embedded with metadata information for easy import and ensure a fast and easy workflow.
UnEarthy Ambience features 74 designed ambiences ranging from eerie organic textures, thick industrial machine rooms, and futuristic sci-fi atmospheres.
Add a polished layer of subtle tension, evolving textures, otherworldly roomtones, complex soundscapes or natural environments twisted into new spaces. UnEarthy Ambience gets you 2.8 GB of dark, futuristic, organic, designed drones and soundscapes from original field recordings and modular synth sampling in total.
Don't be afraid to jump off the deep end and explore those murky depths.
Carefully recorded and designed, Unfathomed brings you rich sonic audio assets to compliment your underwater and ambient textural projects. A wide assortment of performances await, comprised of impacts, raking, scraping, bursts, bubbles, pressure, suction, and many more all enacted underwater in various vessels of different sizes and materials.
There are two types of content in this library: raw hydrophone recordings and designed assets created solely from those recordings. The raw recordings are only lightly and carefully edited, to be mindful of and preserve the ultra- and sub-sonics captured by the hydrophone. This is so that when wielding and rending these assets, you can push them to the extreme and get the widest possible range of results.
Whether you want cacophonous noise, or deep calming drones, Unfathomed is sure to be a boon companion on your submariner adventures.
Welcome to the sonic world of electromagnetic fields – sounds that are everywhere but rarely heard!
This library consists of a collection of 82 sounds, with each sound ranging from 6 seconds in length up to almost 7 minutes, exploring the buzzing, clicking, and general weirdness that is found to be emitted in the electromagnetic fields of 21 devices. These include a washing machine, guitar effects pedal, Ford Focus, and a factory Security System.
These recordings range from a variety of straight buzzes and hums to sounds the morph and change over time. They are be great for something as simple as adding a hum to a refrigerator, to creating more complex soundscapes for your sci-fi projects, or to use as samples for music. This collection has been put together using little-to-no processing so as to give you sounds that can be manipulated however you may need.
The ‘Universal Emotes’ sound library is the largest collection of human voice reactions and emotions spanning across all ages and sexes.
This comprehensive bundle totalizes 8771 files, more than 2850 unique sounds, recorded by 20 actors through more than 40 various actions and emotions.
These sounds are meant to be as ubiquitous as possible, with no speech or actual wordings (only interjections and grunts).
Each of the 8771 files included are thoroughly edited, named and metatagged, making them easy to retrieve and ready to use!
The meticulous categorization of the emotions follows the work of the professor/psychologist Robert Plutchik on the theory of emotions and its famous wheel helping us to distinguish and classify the variety of human being emotions.
Thanks to “The Audioville” and “Vincent Fliniaux” for their support on the Edit and Metadata.
This library comes with 2 download options included : the simple version 96KHz (1 simple file per sound), and the full version 192 Khz with 2 mics variations (2 files) per sound.
This library delivers 70 recordings, each 5 minutes in length and recorded at 96khz at 5 different universities.
You’ll find find a range of distinctive locations from exterior walkways to interior study spaces, stairwells and many more. Each sound file is contains useful metadata describing the location and distinct sounds present in the recording.
All sounds were recorded using the Sound Devices Mix Pre 6 and a stereo pair of Sennheiser MKH 8020s.
Get the pass-by sounds of unclassifiable objects, with a natural aspect and texture. They can be easily added into a natural, sci-fi, historical or fantasy world setting.
The source objects are items like toasters, gloves, paper, pipes, small motors, voices, an iron bowl, a garden hose, plastic sheets, air pumps, sticks, trolleys, ratchets. The elements are wind, water, underwater. The textures are plastic, metal and wood.
Unknown Pass-By contains fast, med, slow pass bys (from left to right). Both small and large objects are included, and the library is excellent for setting your sound design imagination free.
This sound collection contains 119 abstract ambiences, most of them as seamless loopable files. Their moods range from deep mysterious over science-fiction to chaotic glitches and weird noise.
Additionally, the Shepard Ambiences' 2×44 files are included.
The Unreal Machines I sound library includes 11 rattly and squeaky fictional metallic machines.
START. STOP. LOOP.
Each of the 11 machines is available as a kit that allows the user to extend its operation time:
Start & Stop file: The first sound file consists of the machine starting until it is running steady for a while, then it is turned off and shuts down.
Loop file: The second sound file is seamlessly loopable and can be used to extend the steady operation of the machine. Just customize it to the desired length and fade it into the middle.
Like in other recent sound libraries by The Sound Pack Tree, source material which has been used to create these sounds has been recorded with microphones that can catch ultrasonic frequencies. When pitched down, the machine sounds stay rich in high frequencies.
Unremarkable Ambiences delivers a lot of useful ambiences like traffic, crowds, birds, drones, weather, stations and more.
Over 50 long-form HD recordings for your delight – more than 4 1/2 hours total!
Electromagnetic informations are invisible and omnipresent. In every city, especially the big ones, an infinite number of electromagnetic waves is hidden: we can’t hear them, but they’re everywhere! Unseen Noises explores the “invisible” noise pollution transducing electromagnetic fields into audio signals with a telephone pickup: it acts like a radio antenna for hum and weird electromagnetic noises.
“We used telephone tap coils that receive electromagnetic signals around us and convert them into audible information to discover invisible and surprising aspects of the environment in which we live in.
To widen our sound palette, we explored cell phones, tablets, light systems, automated teller machines, wireless communication systems, anti-theft security devices, surveillance cameras, computers, navigation systems, wireless Internet routers, neon advertisings, public transportation networks.
We just used the system of electromagnetic induction as way of amplifying musical sounds. Our efforts were focused on finding “articulated” behaviours and other musical qualities in them.
Note that the files contained in “Unseen Noises” are real performances executed on different devices without editing.” – Matteo Milani
This Sound Effects library contains 633 files that feature over 1000 sounds of unsettling and unpleasant squeaking and creaking elements. It’s a great starting point for designing a vast number of different soundscapes in various genres – from just using the sounds as general Hard Effects, to Science Fiction and Horror.
All sounds are production ready: Cleaned, Edited, levelled, and come with embedded BWF Metadata.
You get heavy doors and furniture creaks, screaming dry ice, creaking leather, rubber and balloons, forks on ceramic tablets, disturbing metal squeaks and much more.
Unsettling Creaks and Squeaks – Extension I is the first extension to the very popular “Unsettling Creaks and Squeaks” sound library.
It delivers door and furniture creaks and squeaks, creaking leather, rubber and balloons, door handles, disturbing metal on metal squeaks and much more.
This sound effects library is a composite collection of 345 files with even more single sounds of unsettling and and unpleasant squeaking and creaking elements. It’s a great starting point for designing a vast number of different soundscapes in various genres – from just using the sounds as general Hard Effects, through Science Fiction to Horror. All sounds are production ready: Cleaned, edited and leveled, and all with with embedded BWF Metadata.
Need to create suspense, tension and mystery in your production? “UNSOLVED” is great for you.
Inspired by crime/investigation movies and series, this pack contains 141 Sound Effects (Wav, 24 Bit / 96 kHz) aimed to enhance the tension and drama of movies, games, series and trailers.
You will find atmospheric and musical elements with a powerful cinematic feel that can be used in musical context too, making this library a great addition to your collection.
A collection of footsteps and movements not usually found in sound libraries: Featuring stagger, struggle, fighting, drunken steps, sudden quick movements on unusual surfaces like plastic sheet, plastic floor mat and other surfaces.
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