Magnetic Fields Volume Two. A science fiction adventure. Following up to the ever popular volume one, volume two is an extension or a standalone introduction to the Magnetic Fields libraries. From the delicate high frequencies of an OLED display panel, to the huge low frequencies of the London Underground, and the beautiful rhythms of an LED open sign. This library has been slowly assembled and pieced together since the release of the original library in 2016. Hear the magnetic tension of a public bus, the grind and stress of a lint shaver servo, and the soft intricate pulses and rhythms of computer processors.
Magnetic Fields Volume Two gives you 104 minutes of pure meta tagged charged particles, sounds of the unheard and the purest science fiction base for your sound library. Volume Two is best paired of Volume One for the definitive experience and sound set.
Full: The complete library.
Micro: A cut down library featuring some of our favourite sounds from the complete collection.
Transformers, Televisions, Servos, Hard Drives, Sound Recorders, Telephones, Computers, Disk Drives, Trains, Motors, Billboards, Buses and Power Supplies.
“Minacious” is a collection of 369 sounds suited for horror/paranormal productions.
If you need to induce tension, fear and oppression in your game, movie or trailer and evoke the sensation that someone or something is hiding and watching you ready to scare or kill, this library full of textures and atmospheric elements is great for you.
The library consist of 50 WAV files at 24 Bit / 96 kHz with 6 variations in each file. You will get metallic movements, abnormal textures, dark pianos and guitars, dark vocals, atmospheric elements, reverses, noises and glitches.
Also you will get the sources used to create the pack. 69 WAV files at 24 Bit / 96 kHz. Pianos, vocal effects, guitar noises and metallic cups are some of the things you will encounter in the sources section.
The sounds in this pack can be used to add rare textures to musical compositions too.
If you liked my library “DARE“, you are gonna love this one.
This construction kit creates the world of various rotating gear sounds. Medieval astronomical clocks, fantasy inventions and steampunk gizmos with a lot of wooden shafts, cogs, sprockets and other parts. From tiny to large objects, you can hear the wooden material working in all its nudity – friction, knocking, clacking, rattling, squeaking, crackling, howling and so on.
The product includes 75+75 source recordings and 65 designed tracks of different wooden and sometimes metal gears, variety of styles, types, speeds and timbres.
Winter Parks by Badlands Sound features 31 ambiences of parks in or near the city recorded during the winter months. These sounds are three minutes long and are loopable allowing for easy editing while cutting ambiences for the projects you are working on. This was recorded in 96k / 24 bit with high level professional gear: Sound Devices 702t, a pair of Sennheiser MKH 8040's and a Rycote in ORTF configuration.
Pedestrian Streets is a library of 50 ambiences from around 15 different streets, recorded in about 7 cities mostly in Bulgaria.
Most recordings are made in late autumn or winter because bird life is minimized. The task of this library is to capture much of the different dynamics of pedestrian streets: from zero activity to busy streets, basically concentrating on light activity periods.
It's principally recorded in the morning, and you'll hear the sounds of single footsteps, light voices, shopping streets, dogs, air conditioners, and more of the sounds of a rising city.
Another basic idea is the minimal presence of cars (as much as possible). There are also atmospheres with greater dynamism, lively streets and various periods of the day.
All files are meta-tagged in Soundminer
Gear used: Sound Devices 633, Edirol R4pro, Neumann KM184 st, Rode NT4, Zoom H4,
Enjoy the City Life
WASHER is a collection of 121 washing machine SFX.
The collection consists of verity of sounds captured with different mics at various positions – from an almost 3D, extremely close-mic’d, crisp AB setup to narrower XY and M/S setups. Extremely detailed recordings of water flow inside of a washer, spinning cycles, pump, draining etc. PM Washer also provides you with numerous seamlessly looping audio clips, great for editors and sound designers.
All SFX have baked-in, comprehensive Soundminer’s meta data
RECORDED WITH: Sound Devices MixPre-6 + 2x DPA 4060, Sony PMCD100, 2x JrF C Series
EDITED WITH: iZotope RX7, FabFilter, Pro Tools
This library features atmospheres from all aspects of children’s, private and public hospitals. Locations include entrance halls, hallways, wards, wings, emergency departments, waiting rooms, receptions and nurse stations.
All sounds were recorded using DPA 4060’s and Sound Devices Mix-Pre 6.
This comprehensive sound collection contains all sound effects made by The Sound Pack Tree. It includes 8,533 diverse sounds from a large variety of categories such as:
All sound files have been edited carefully to be as useful as possible in post production and game audio workflows. Wherever applicable, sounds are seamless loopable. All sounds have clear, catchy file names and rich metadata keywords. The duration of this library is 33 hours while all files have been edited to a meaningful, non-exaggerating length.
Two versions are included in your download – you can either choose one or download both of them:
The audio content of both versions is 100% identical.
All files from all 13 sound libraries yet released by The Sound Pack Tree are included – and additionally, more than 3,000 various sound FX.
This one-folder library is made for quick & easy use, not for endless searching. You will find common sounds as well as tons of rarities and practical material, so this sound library serves the novice as well as the established sound designer.
Recorded on the coasts of a small, quiet, desolate island. Near higher and lower cliffs and rocky shores. As well recordings inside and near coastal caves. Mostly lapping water, splashes and minimal waves. Highly usable for ocean-, sea- and lakeshores. As well for boats and open water.
All recordings are clear and completely free from external noise and other human disruptions. This is why this library will be especially useful for historical productions as well as nature documentaries.
For this recordings we simultaneously used three different microphone set-ups. A surround (5.0) set-up, a stereo set-up and an wide spaced AB stereo set-up, which also offers extended frequency response. A 2.0 mixdown of the surround recording is also provided. This brings you 4 variations of each recording. Within these variations the differences are sometimes subtle and sometimes more extreme. These different perspectives can provide flexibility for crosscutting within scenes.
Get more than 9 hours of unique, royalty-free and especially high quality recordings with this library.
Recorded in 24 bit / 96 kHz. Accurately edited and mastered to sound as natural as possible. The average length of each file is between 3-5 minutes, so enough time to use in longer scenes without looping.
For more detailed descriptions about the ambiences in this collection see the metadata in our file lists or listen to the preview montage.
This library is designed for instances when chewing rocks is not what you are looking for. There are various types of food being chewed with open and closed mouth. From soft and squishy, to hard and crunchy.
This library was recorded using the Shoeps CMIT5 and the Avedis MA5 pre.
This library contains a wide variety of modern day food packaging and wrappers. It is a variation of opening, closing, handling and tearing. This library is perfect for those close up shots of food products that require that very specific material to make it authentic. The library was recorded using the Avedis MA5 Pre, along with the Shoeps CMIT5 microphone at 96Khz 24Bit.
The Sack Of Coins sound effects library features 34 mono 96kHz files recorded with Rode NTG3, Sennheiser MKH 8040, LOM microphones and Zoom F8. The library covers different money-related activities, from shaking in different containers, rolling and spinning, handling noises, and gathering, touching and more.
• Dropping coins on concrete floor
• Touching, shaking, moving coins with hands
• Sounds of coins in metal container
• Sounds of coins on metal tray
• Sounds of coins on old wooden box
• Sounds of coins on wooden desk
• Sounds of coins in a sack
This library brings you 350 intricately designed user interface sounds with a mechanical aesthetic, recorded at 96kHz/24-bit stereo. These sounds were crafted from various machines, clockwork, buttons and switches alongside several other gadgets and tools. The library covers 10 UI categories, including:
Note: The sounds in the audio example have some panning added; the sounds in the library itself are entirely centred.
Places Ambience Library supplies you with 111 common or familiar locations from Airport to Zoo. Placing focus on locations with human involved or created environments such as public spaces, event gatherings, and public service infrastructures. Ambiences last from 1-2 minutes in length for use in any place to create a setting or local. 44k/24bit Soundminer enabled. What’s in the Pack? 111 Field Recordings Restaurants Schools Sports Traffic Underwater Hospital Subways Parks and many more…
Loading Sounds is a collection of various VCRs, CDs, Cassettes and Game console recordings focused on their mechanical requirements to play music or movies. There are even Printers loading paper and car CD players loading damaged CDs. The sounds are useful for the beginning of tracks, youtube video or sound effects for a movie, game or multimedia project.
Aotearoa New Zealand. A slice of heaven. This library is an amazing collection of the sweetness New Zealand has to offer. From the broad meadows of the Waikato basin, to the dawn chorus of the magical Marlborough Sounds, and thick bush of Wainuiamata. The library was pieced together between 2016-18 through all seasons with some of the most diverse sounds coming out of Summer. Hear the enchanted Tui, Bellbird and the melodic New Zealand Magpie in dawn chorus, as well as a swarm of Green & Gold Bell Frogs in the Hora Hora Wetlands.
Aotearoa New Zealand gives you a definitive cross-section of the country’s aural beauty in 372 minutes of metadata tagged ambience recordings. The majority of this library was recorded in; Mistletoe Bay, Matapouri, Ōtaki, Hora Hora, Remutaka Range, Mount Holdsworth, and Island Bay.
Full: The complete library.
Micro: A cut down library featuring some of our favourite sounds from the complete collection.
Sound Devices 744T + MixPre-D
Sennheiser MKH30 + MKH50 (M/S)
Sennheiser MKH8040 Pair (ORTF)
Rycote Windjammers + Blimps
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