This library features the original Hummer with the model name H1. The Hummer was originally designed for military use, the Humvee M998, but became popular also on the civilian market. This vehicle has the bigger V8 turbo diesel engine with 195 horsepower. The recordings consist of eight onboard channels, four engine, two exhaust, interior left & right and twelve exterior channels. It contains startups, idle, shutdowns, blips, steady RPMs, accelerations and decelerations, passbys, approaches, aways, and more.
This plane sound effects library features the American World War II transport aircraft Curtiss C-46 Commando, equipped with two Pratt & Whitney R-2800 Double Wasp engines.
The library contains two stationary ground runs, and covers startup, idle, steady rpms ranging from low to high, ramps, throttle movement to simulate broken engine and shutdown, recorded to more than 24 channels from different perspectives, both onboard and exterior.
Recording of a 2018 Mercedes AMG GT R sports car with a twin-turbocharged V8 petrol engine.
The Chevrolet Silverado Tow Truck fx collection features 25 takes of a 2012 American heavy-duty pickup truck. Also known as the GMC Sierra and Chevrolet Cheyenne, the sound library includes 556 sound effects and 18.65 gigabytes of varied perspectives from its 6.6 litre V8 Duramax diesel engine.
The package synchronizes 34 channels from exterior (22 channels) and onboard (12 channels) perspectives. The onboard microphones (8 perspectives) at the interior, exhaust, and engine capture driving at slow, medium, and fast speeds. The exterior microphones (10 perspectives) are located in four distinct positions to record passes, departures, arrivals, and idles. Also included are driving at steady RPMs and ramps, as well as idles with blips and steadies in neutral. Additionally included are a variety of performed effects of doors, windows, and more. The sound library includes an Ambisonic AMBEO recording of the car interior performance, as well as 18+ fields of metadata (Soundminer, BWAV, MacOS Finder).
The Peugeot 307 SW sound fx library features 463 clips in 17.98 gigabytes of a 2004 French model. A total of 27 takes depict the sound of the car’s 2.0 litre 134 horsepower petrol straight 4 cylinder engine.
The collection includes 19 perspectives of the car. 11 onboard perspectives arrange 16 channels of microphones on the engine, at the exhaust, and in the interior (including an Ambisonic perspective). They capture driving at fast, medium, and slow speeds with constant RPMs, ramps, and gearshifts. The exterior perspectives (18 channels) include recordings on straightaways, corners, and at various distances with the car starting, turning off, departing, arriving, and passing by. The collection includes discrete performed effects of doors, dashboard instruments, horns, and more. There are also Altiverb and Waves impulse responses.
Every clip is embedded with 18+ fields of professional metadata.
The 1966 Volvo P1800S sound fx collection features hours of recordings of a vintage Swedish sports car. 16 perspectives detail the B18 in-line 4 cylinder ohv 115 horsepower engine also similar to the models 1800S, 1800E and 1800ES.
The sound library includes 363 sounds from 17 exterior and 12 onboard channels totalling over 15 gigabytes of audio. The performances include departure, passes, and approaches at slow, medium, and fast speeds while accelerating, with ramps, gear shifts, and at constant RPMs. The collection also has idles, horns, an Altiverb impulse response and an extensive range of performed effects.
The Fiat 500 sound fx collection features 263 clips and 17.73 gigabytes of the 2016 Abarth 595 version of the Italian vehicle. The collection gathers 18 synchronized takes of the car’s 1.368 L l4 turbo engine with 158 horsepower and a 5750 Akrapovic exhaust system.
The sound library includes both onboard and exterior perspectives. 10 channels from microphones mounted in the engine, interior, and at the exhaust depict driving at slow, medium, and fast speeds. Performances include steady RPMs, gearshifts, and ramps. The 18 exterior channels share 9 perspectives of the small car starting, stoping, departing, passing, and approaching on straightaways and around corners.
Each track is embedded with Soundminer, BWAV, and MacOS Finder metadata, with bonus metadata import files for Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Korean, and Spanish. The collection also includes carefully mixed quick-access, all-in-one blended stereo versions of the interior, exhaust, and engine stems. The Fiat 500 library is packaged with Pro Tools and Reaper sessions with all fx pre-aligned to allow editors to begin mixing and editing immediately.
The Peugeot P4 sound fx collection includes 26 takes from a French military unarmored off-road jeep. It includes a total of 276 sound clips and 9.52 gigabytes of recordings from the jeep’s 2.5 L XD3 diesel I4 engine in 25 channels.
The bundle includes both onboard and exterior clips at slow, medium, and fast speeds. The onboard seven perspectives includes takes from the interior, the engine, and exhaust at steady RPM and with ramps. The eight exterior perspectives include departures, passes, arrivals, and 3 point turns from microphones arranged at 3 locations. Also included are various performed effects of doors, switches, and so on. Each clip includes 18 fields of Soundminer metadata, plus BWAV metadata and MacOS spotlight comments.
The Volvo S60 Polestar sound library collects 309 sound fx totalling 18.39 gigabytes of audio. The 21 takes feature recordings of the 2015 Swedish vehicle and its 3.0 T6 AWD 6-cylinder, 350 horsepower with turbo.
10 onboard perspectives (14 channels) present the car driving at slow, medium, and fast speeds, as well as at constant RPMs, with gearshifts, and with ramps. The 8 exterior perspectives (23 channels) depict the “compact executive car” departing, arriving, starting, stopping, shutting off, and also passing with constant RPMs, gearshifts, and ramps. The 20 takes also include stationary idles, blips, and engine cooling ticks. Includes full metadata for Soundminer, BWAV, and MacOS Spotlight.
The Volvo XC70 III features 473 clips in 20.89 gigabytes of a 2008 model of the car. Twenty-one field recordings capture the Swedish car’s AWD Diesel D5 2.4 litre engine.
The collection includes a combined 36 channels of synchronized recordings. The onboard takes highlight 11 perspectives of driving at fast to slow speeds at steady RPMs, with gearshifts, and ramps. Exterior microphones are positioned at 9 close and distant positions to capture arrivals, departures, and passes on straightaways and corners. The library is complemented with Ambisonic recordings, 18+ field of metadata, and Waves and Altiverb impulse responses.
A Dutch barge equipped with a 2-cylinder 1941 Bronz diesel engine with Dutch fuel injection system and 80 horsepower.
This library features a French armoured personnel carrier VAB manufactured by Renault, equipped with a 320 hp Renault MIDR engine. The recording consists of 15 onboard channels covering the engine, exhaust, fans, interior front and rear, and 17 exterior channels positioned around the recording location. It also contains startups, idling, blips, steady RPMs in neutral, driving and reversing at slow, medium and fast speeds, aways, approaches, passbys, stops, shutdown, horn and more.
Recording of an American Polaris Indy Trail Deluxe snowmobile from 1991 with a Fuji fan-cooled, oil injected 488cc Indy Trail engine with 2 Mikuni 34 mm carburetors.
The Car Destruction sound effects collection contains chassis scrapes, dragging, flipping, road rail scratching, multiple car chassis dropping takes include rolling down a slope, falling onto the ground, and impacting other cars.damaged engine idling and slow to fast driving with gearshifts, ramps, and steady RPMs from both onboard and exterior perspectives both on two cylinders and without oil and more.
The Polonez 1500 police car sound fx library features 649 clips in 28.01 gigabytes of audio. It showcases the sound of a 1984 Polish FSO car with an inline 4, four-stroke engine running at 75 horsepower.
The collection includes 30 tandem takes from onboard and exterior perspectives, as well as 4 stereo mixes of the engine, interior, onboard, and siren tracks. Ten exterior perspectives document driving at slow, medium, and fast speeds while departing, passing, arriving, and starting and stopping. The 11 onboard perspectives feature ramps, gearshifts, and steady RPM driving from the interior (including an Ambisonic perspective), engine, onboard, and exhaust. Also included are ready-to-use designed mixes of the interior, engine, and exhaust perspectives as well as performed effects of doors, horns, sirens, brake pedals, and more.
The package includes full Soundminer, BWAV, and MacOS Finder metadata, Pro Tools and Reaper mix sessions, and impulse responses of the interior.
Recording of a Volkswagen Polo from 2003 with a 1.4L straight 4 cylinder, 16-valve petrol (79 horsepower) engine.
Very in-depth recording of a Porsche 911 SC 1981 with the 3.0 liter engine. It is rated 204 horsepower at 5900rpm. The car has the 5-speed 915 gearbox. The recording includes all kinds of driving at different speeds, cruising, startups, shutdowns, reversing, driving at constant rpms, various accelerations and decelerations, ramps and even faked unsteady bad driving. Lots of foley is also included like doors, hoods, switches and knobs, horn, seatbelt, electric windows and more.
Approx 25 channels out of which 8 channels are inboards covering interior, engine and exhausts.
The exterior microphones are positioned at different spots around the recording location and covers approaches, aways, passbys and more at different speeds.
A fun trivia is that this library was used for the main character’s car in the Swedish version of the TV-series “The Bridge”. Total recording time is 75min 28s.
This library features a Ural 4320, a Russian 6×6 off-road military truck equipped with a 14.9 litres diesel V8 engine. The recordings consist of 10 onboard channels (interior left and right, three engine, two exhaust, intake, airfilter and air pipes) and 8 exterior tracks covering various perspectives. The library contains startups, idling, blips, shutdowns, steady RPMs in neutral, driving at various speeds, accelerations, decelerations, gearing, reversing, aways, approaches, passbys, foley and more.
The Junkyard Metal sound library includes 3183 clips in 98.49 GB. It collects the sound of metal hits, drops, pick ups, rattles and clatters, rumbles and rummaging, rocking, rolling, and scraping.
Featuring diverse props ranging from large metal storage containers, diesel tanks, shopping carts, and tractor buckets to to smaller propane tanks, crates, shopping carts, and bolts, nails, and ammunition, the collection provides multiple performances in each clip.
The sounds were performed from light to heavy intensities and captured at 192 kHz, 24-bit resolution with Sanken, Sennheiser, Neumann, and Schoeps microphones.
The bundle is delivered with Pro Tools and Reaper mixing sessions, full professional embedded metadata, and metadata keyword import files in 7 languages.
SCI-FI BUNDLE consists of 2454 high-quality futuristic sound effects and was created with game devs, animators and sounds designers in mind.
Bundle covers a broad range of sound effects: UI/HUD, Robotics, Ambiences, Drones, Weapons, Doors, Objects, Misc and more.
Sound effects from this bundle were used on projects like: Archer Season 10, Robot Will Protect You, Encodya, Final Space and many more.
PMSFX SCI-FI Bundle consist of following libraries:
FOUNDATION SERIES SCI-FI VOL2
1.1GB • 627 FILES • MONO + STEREO • META DATA (96/24 + 44.1/16)
FOUNDATION SERIES SCI-FI VOL1
739.8MB • 164 FILES • META DATA (96/24 + 44.1/16)
1.1GB • 415 FILES • META DATA (96/24 + 44.1/16)
86MB • 165 FILES • STEREO • META DATA (96/24 + 44.1/16)
157.7MB • 195 FILES • STEREO • META DATA (96/24 + 44.1/16)
1.32GB • 30 FILES • 38MIN • STEREO • META DATA • LOOPS ↻ (96/24 + 44.1/16)
180MB • 226 FILES • STEREO • META DATA (96/24 + 44.1/16)
187MB • 293 FILES • STEREO + MONO • META DATA (96-192/24 + 44.1/16)
1.14GB • 340 FILES • META DATA (96/24)
636.6MB • 301 FILES • META DATA (96/24)
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Here is the thunder I recorded in 1988, to DAT with an ORTF pair of Schoeps MK-4s, which includes a strike from ~12′ away! Hair standing up on end and everything. You may know some of this material as what I released through “The Hollywood Edge Signature Series” back in 1993. Well, a lot has changed. More than half the material was then unusable back then due to rain ‘ruining’ the recordings. Not so with Izotope RX 7 Advanced. Rain? What rain? Not a drop survived. Not. A. Drop.
Painstakingly remastered to 96kHz 32-bit floating-point (no shortcuts padding it with useless zeros: That would be cheap and lazy). Embrace it; it’s our near-future and everything I publish from here on out will be as such.
Hundreds and hundreds of mic capsule failures were repaired along with plenty of distortion – without removing any time; so if you line up the old with the now new, they won’t hold sync for long. Back then all I could do was cut out time. No more. Come hear the utter clarity and crispness of this thunder as it should be. To differentiate and make it quick and easy for people to cut, I’ve called the very close strikes “Lightning” and the not-as-close strikes “Thunder”. Already prepped in/for Soundminer ready to go, and a spreadsheet document for those using other systems.
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Get an elite cache of cinematic power and creative expression. Collision FX delivers an exceptional pallete of sound to design, compose, score, sweeten and create astonishingly impressive cinematic elements that absolutely get noticed. Built on a sonic foundation of cinematic source FX, composers, musicians, DJ’s and sound designers alike are empowered with unmatched inspiration for creating breathtaking cinematic dynamics and orchestrated elements.
The city of Kolkata, India, is one of the sonically richest locations in the world. This library features over 25 locations and 276 files of both day and night time recordings in 5.1 and stereo formats. Feel the relentless energy of Bagbazar Street, the traffic rumble over Howrah Bridge, walk through the flower market along the Ganges river, and much more…
This library consists of two different sessions where we dropped cars from a crane onto other cars and onto the ground. The first session contains lots of windows being smashed and sounds of car body debris from two hanging cars scratching against each other. During this session, microphones were positioned inside the vehicles as they were dropped from the crane as well. The left side of the onboard recorder comes and goes, but we decided to leave it in the library since it has some very nice bits in it.
A must-have collection for winter sounds, this library consists of many years' recordings of snow and ice, skiing, textures, ambiences, foley and so on. It contains lots of skiing, jumping, rails, freezing cold winds, ski resort ambiences, lifts, walking in snow and on ice, texture details such as snow spray, tires driving, skidding and spinning on ice and snow, drilling in ice and much more.
Get the sounds of actual industrial robots – and more – in this special sound effects library. In addition to industrial robot SFX, it delivers hydraulic and pneumatic sounds from various machines at different speeds, such as lathes, plastic molding machines, tank turrets and other sources. Various microphones have been used such as lavs, shotguns, contact and induction microphones etc.
Who doesn't love the sounds of speed? In this library, you'll hear the fast, harsh sounds of a drift car skidding on tarmac. The library contains skidding with engine running, skidding with engine switching off, skidding on wet tarmac, roll bys on wet and dry tarmac, spinning in circles, rolling with flat tire and much more. Both onboard and exterior perspectives are covered, and several microphones were positioned at each wheel, inside the car, and along the skidding path.
Some additional material is included, such as a supercharged Chevy -57 burnout, handbrake skids from a Skoda, and more.
An incredible assortment of organic, elemental and abstract source files at delivered in .WAV 192k 24Bit. The beauty of this library besides the stunning recorded quality is that it was recored with top gear like Apogee Symphony and Sennheiser MKH 416 in a professional sound studio. This is a go to pack to grab for those wanting the cleanest audio files to manipulate.
307 Abstract Source files • 264 Cinematic • 125 Clicks Hits and Buttons • 202 Cloth and Plastic • 132 Construction • 185 Household • 165 Kitchen • 54 Laundry and Bathroom • 1080 Metals • 67 Metal Chains • 177 Metal Slide • 196 Pantry Cabnets Pots • 63 Paper • 214 Plastic • 360 Tools and Machines • 1151 Bonus files (Mud, Stone, Dirt, Glass, Clicks + more)
A total of more than 4700 files in 24 bit / 192 kHz – 18 GB in total
Get the sounds of a Sea Doo RXT 260 RS jet-ski with a four stroke four cylinder Rotax engine. It consists of six channels, two engine, one exhaust, one engine air-filter and left and right passenger back. It contains engine start ups and stops on land and in water, steady rpms, blips, slow and fast take offs, ramps and reckless driving. The recording length is 16 min 1 s.
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.
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