The second in a series of WW Audio SFX Sample Packs. This is Volume 2 – Crowds & Ambiences and contains 70 high quality, professional random, sometimes eclectic sound effects for your theatre or film projects.
Marrakech skyline – calling for prayers, fireworks let off on a Spanish beach, the Church of the Nativity Bethlehem – the birthplace of Jesus, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre Jerusalem – the holy crucifixion site, Benidorm Old Town, Go Karting, The Cheesecake Factory – Las Vegas, The Ramblas – Barcelona, Dam Square – Amsterdam, Italian harbour, Leadenhall Market – London, Munich beer hall, London Aquatic Centre, The Old Town Square – Prague, British National Museum, Mersey ferry ambience, Ducks on a canal and much more.
All files include Soundminer, ID3v2.3.0 and Riff Info metadata embedded into the files to make for easy searching in your database of choice.
WW2 Aircraft is a collection of recordings of rare World War 2 aircraft. It features icons such as the Supermarine Spitfire, Bucker Bu-131 Jungmann, North American P-51 Mustang, Curtiss P-40 Warhawk, Grumman F8F Bearcat and others. The library consists of 59 recordings ranging from 13 seconds to over 10 minutes in length. The sounds have been recorded with the Sennheiser MKH416, MKH8040 and the Sony PCM D100.
The library covers exterior flybys from slow to very fast, aircraft taxiing by, engines starting up, idling, revving, stopping and a few takeoffs. It also includes an on-board recording of a Bucker Bu-131 biplane as it starts up, taxies, takes off, flies, lands and then stops. The planes have been recorded at a variety of distances, from close to relatively far away. As an added bonus, one of the P-51 Mustangs recorded had had its guns removed, which caused an awesome whistling sound every time it swooped down at a certain angle.
A special EFX collection of recordings of World War II weapons from both the US and Germany, featuring the STURMGEWEHR 44, WALTHER P 38, MAUSER KAR 98K, MP 40, COLT 1911, M1 GARAND and the THOMPSON A1.
WW2: German Weapon Pack
Featuring the STURMGEWEHR 44, WALTHER P 38, MAUSER KAR 98K and MP 40
181 sounds, 116 MB
WW2: US Weapon Pack
Featuring the COLT 1911, M1 GARAND and THOMPSON A1
203 sounds, 141 MB
Buy the two packs together in the WW2 Weapon Pack Bundle – and save 20%!
Yabby Pumping or Pumpin’ Yabbies (as we call it down under) is a process of sucking sand, mud and water to catch bait for fishing. In this library you will find 62 sound effects that capture those sounds. All files are metatagged.
Get the sounds of a Yamaha 24MX 125 cc dirtbike – featuring onboard and exterior recordings.
The recording consists of 11 channels, two exhaust, driver back, chain, two engine, intake and 4 synced exterior channels, left, right, surround and following shotgun. It contains several start, stop, idle, blips, revving at constant rpms without gear, various accelerations and decelerations, driving while braking to get even rpms etc.
Driver back channel is missing for the first startup, and chain channel suffers from bad contact last startup, but we decided to keep those in since they still contain many useful parts. The recording length is 19 min 3 s.
Recording of a Japanese Yamaha MT-07 motorcycle from 2015 with a 655 cc 2 cylinder gas engine modified with a performance exhaust.
The Japanese Yamaha MT-07 motorcycle sound library features 221 sounds from 14.96 gigabytes of field recordings. The collection documents the sound of 2015 version of its 655 cc 2 cylinder gas engine modified with a performance exhaust.
A mix of onboard and exterior perspectives depict driving in 13 synchronized takes. The onboard perspectives mount microphones to share driving at steady RPMs, with gearshifts, and ramps from the engine, exhaust, under the seat, and attached to the frame. The exterior microphones were spread around a track at four positions and two distances and present driving at slow, medium, and fast speeds as the car arrives, departs, passes, with other performances such as shut downs, start ups, idles, revving, and many more.
The bundle includes metadata keyword import files in 7 languages, 3 ready-to-use designed stereo mixes of the interior, exhaust, and engine microphones, 18 fields of Soundminer metadata, plus BWAV metadata and MacOS Finder comments, and Pro Tools and Reaper mixing sessions.
Recording of a Japanese MT-09 motorcycle from 2015 with a 847 cc, 114.9 hp inline 3-cylinder gas engine and performance exhaust.
The Japanese MT-09 motorcycle sound effects library gathers 201 clips in 14.58 gigabytes of audio. Also known as the FZ-09 and similar to the Tracer 900 and XSR900, it shares performances from a 2015 version of the motorbike with a 847 cc, 114.9 hp inline 3-cylinder gas engine and performance exhaust.
A total of 11 synchronized takes share both onboard and exterior field recordings of driving. The 9 exterior perspectives arrange microphones at 4 positions to capture arriving, departing, and passing by at fast, medium, and slow speeds. The 9 onboard perspectives mount microphones on the frame, at the exhaust, license plate, and engine to share driving with gearshifts, ramps, and steady RPMs.
The collection includes custom stereo mixes of the onboard microphones, Pro Tools and Reaper sessions with all fx pre-aligned to allow editors to begin mixing and editing immediately, metadata keyword import files for 7 languages, and extensive embedded professional metadata.
This library packed with high-quality recordings of classic Yamaha Rajdoot RD 350, the most powerful motorcycle of its time, 350 cc 2 stroke parallel twin-cylinder engine.
Kick starts, rides, pass bys, engine idles, horns much more recorded with Sound Devices MixPre 6 at 24 bit/192 kHz.
All sounds include metadata.
Recording of a Yamaha RS Venture snowmobile from 2006 with a carbureted 3-cylinder horizontal in-line 4-stroke engine.
The Yamaha YZ250 Dirt Bike SFX library from Watson Wu delivers the sounds of this 2004 motorcycle with a 250cc 2 stroke engine. Files are divided into external static sounds, external following sounds, foley sounds, and onboard sounds. Captured Onboard – from the driver's point of view. External recordings: External Static is from a fixed stereo microphone. External Following is from an MS Stereo Shotgun mic following the traveling dirt bike.
Yellowstone is a unique sound effect library created by renowned sound supervisor and SFX editor Tim Nielsen, featuring giant geysers, bubbling mud pots, fumaroles, hot springs, water streams and much more.
Extensive humanoid creatures actions, emotions and reactions.
The “Yeti Monster” library is an extensive collection of rare humanoid creature sounds. They were carefully recorded, edited, classified, thoroughly metatagged. It comprises expressive cinematic designed sounds with over 25 different type of articulations, actions and reactions; as well as cartoon-like interpretations.
Ultra High Samplerate
More than 10 real voice actors were recorded for this library. The unique Sanken Co-100K microphone captured an astounding broad frequency spectrum, up to 100KHz. Thus allowing for extra pitching and treatment on the signal while keeping its natural character! The impressive result are authentic realistic ape-like creature sounds which will surely bring an added value to your projects.
Versatile Humanoid Sounds
Over 25 different articulations, actions, emotions and reactions included. These sounds are suitable for yetis, bigfoots but also for any humanoid or ape-like monsters! It is delivered in 192Khz which allows for additional pitchings and treatments.
Impacts, friction, and destruction of large objects on wood, various metals, dirt, leaves, glass, plastic, brick, and concrete! There’s no shortage of destruction and debris in this library with over 350 sounds to choose from.
These files were recorded at a destination of a heaping pile of debris waiting to be hauled to a landfill. Whether you need smashes, thuds, heavy falls, glass breaking, shingles scraping, shovels digging, wood and metal bending and creaking, and hoisting large objects followed by destruction this library has got your back. Combine these files to create the most epic destructions or use them by themselves for direct impacts or friction of materials. Enjoy You Me & Debris!
The sounds were recorded in stereo at 96 kHz 24 bit. The equipment used was a Sony PCM-M10 and the files were processed, edited, and mastered in Reaper.
A massive electro-acoustic drone SFX library reft from a custom designed and hand-built instrument! These drones were coaxed from a unique instrument using the power of air. No harsh picking or plucking, just assorted techniques for moving air deftly across the strings.
The guitar, Yvaine, was recorded simultaneously via two tracks (one direct and another amped and mic'd) and was set to 23 different tunings to encompass the full spectrum of her voice, character, and soul. The tunings are as follows:
All5ths | B6th | Capo12th | CassianoPereiraViana | CrossnoteF | Cuba | DADGAD | DropB | Hawaiian | Koto | OpenA | OpenC | OpenD | OpenE | OpenF | OpenG | OpenPage | Orkney | Ostrich | Pentatonic | “Spira” | Standard | TheEdge
The files range from uber clean and harmonic to gritty, crackling, and distorted. For some of the overdriven amped recordings, we even experimented with creative NR settings for the modulation of artificial harmonics…and kept some of the more colorful results! Between the two different tracks, multiple takes were made per strength, per position, per recording. Depending on which takes were best, some of the DI and amped captures matched, while others were physically different. This offers unique layering capabilities for some sets while allowing for variety in others. Some of the sets are missing particular strength recordings at specific positions. But if a capture wasn't appropriate, we didn't include it.
This is a bountiful collection of droning goodness. Use it for good.
All files are recorded 24bit, 96 kHz, with Rode NTG1 and Shure VP88 microphones. Library contains wav files of driving, interior and exterior foley, mechanical and electrical sounds.
Recording of a 1977 Soviet ZiL-131 military truck with a 6 litre V8 engine.
The Soviet 1977 ZiL-131 military truck sound library shares 277 clips in 40.84 gigabytes of audio. A military version of the ZiL-130, it depicts the sound of 6 litre V8 engine driving with exterior and onboard recordings.
The bundle includes 40 synchronized channels of onboard and exterior recordings. 8 exterior perspectives provide driving at slow, medium, and fast speeds while passing by, arriving, and departing, along with start ups, idles, and shut downs. The 14 onboard perspectives include recordings from the interior (including an Ambisonic microphone), engine, rear compartment, and the interior while driving with ramps, gearshifts and steady RPMs. Also included are 4 stereo mixes of the onboard perspectives, impulse responses of the interior cabin, and performed effects of doors, pedals, and much more.
The collection includes BWAV, Soundminer, and MacOS Finder metadata, keyword import files for 7 languages, and Reaper and Pro Tools mixing sessions.
In a remote research lab in the north-east of England, scientists have been secretly carrying out experiments on a number of human test subjects. There is no record of what these experiments entailed or who authorized them, but one thing we do know is that something went horrendously wrong and transformed these once-innocent, everyday people into something else entirely… Something inherently evil.
Herein lies an audio documentation of these wretched beasts as they run amok with only one thing on their minds… To feed and to destroy.
Zombie Specimens contains a wide variety of zombie growls, groans and vocalisations straight from the zombie testing lab. We captured and designed voices from multiple actors to bring you these effects all in 24Bit 96kHz, allowing for further manipulation.
All vocalisations are provided without reverb, so that you can drop them straight into your mix and add your own spatial effects. Perfect for use in Film, TV, Game and horror productions.
Here are the included zombies:
Zombie Specimen CZ003: This zombie was partially decapitated in an attempt to stop the virus from spreading. Expect throaty growls with lots of character.
Zombie Specimen RK576: A more typical zombie, that was an average-sized test subject who escaped from the lab.
Zombie Specimen TX009: An aggressive zombie who often has a breathy and dynamic sound.
Zombie Specimen UT405: A heavier zombie who couldn’t escape in time before the virus spread.
Zombie Specimen WQ349: An aging zombie scientist who got locked in the lab during the outbreak, he sounds tired and weak.
Zombie Specimen YP555: One of the first infected zombies, YP555 has the highest dose of the virus, and sounds crazy and sporadic.
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Experience this huge soundbank of skin-crawling zombie sounds, expertly recorded for maximum scare factor!
Includes 330 audio files of stomach churning Hisses, Roars, Groans, Grunts, Sequenced sounds, Throat Fluids, Breath sounds and more… All in cutting-edge cinematic horror quality and multiple WAV and MP3 formats for your convenience.
GROW THE HORDE!
Featuring a huge variety of situational sounds, such as Warnings, Attacks, Fearful Screams, Hurt and Deaths voice sounds, and many more. Combine them together to create your very own undead horde! OR use the included Idle and Attack zombie horde sounds, pre-made for you!
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327 swooshes, designed for video transitions, Sci-Fi and game effects. Carefully designed swooshes, synthesised from metal, water and wind source material.
Many of these effects have differently panned versions, depending on the requirements of the picture.
All sounds were designed at 24-bit / 96kHz, with embedded meta data.
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