This package contains 287 high quality Sci-Fi sound effects. Covering ambiences, general sounds and weapons.
Plus an additional 645 bonus sounds effects covering guns, 8bit sci-fi and general sounds to help make this a must have collection for everyone working on Sci-Fi projects.
ALL sounds from this entire package are included in our complete sound collection Pro Sound Collection. So if you need more sound be sure to check it out before purchase.
(Please note that all sounds are in 24bit/96k, except for the bonus 8bit sci-fi sounds they are in 16bit/44.1k)
Crisp, clean, crunchy and closely mic’d impacts with various types of pebble and dust debris.
I recorded all these sounds with my brothers during a trip home to Ireland.
Close to our home (out in the middle of nowhere), there is a little quarry with a lot of sand, dust, stones, rocks and some grass. There was also a broken plough there that gave some nice stone on metal impact sounds.
2 Line Audio OM1s
2 Line Audio CM3s
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.
Need the sound of items being dropped?
This library gets you the sounds of ballpoint pens, cables, cake servers, cans, candy, cardboard boxes, empty and full plastic bottles, lighters, magazines, oranges, plastic caps, plastic pieces, remote controls, scissors, slippers, small glass bottles, small packages, small plastic boxes, plastic bottles, smartphones, teaspoons, wooden board and wooden logs being dropped onto various surfaces (such as concrete, thick carpet, carpeted floor, laminate, tiles).
2 versions are included:
• Combined Version: versions of a sound are combined into one file (24 files total)
• Split Version: versions of a sound appear as individual files (311 files total)
This sound pack is dedicated to marbles rolling, jumping, falling, colliding & being handled.
Most of these sounds have been recorderd with the Barcus Berry Planar Wave System 4000 contact microphones and the Neumann KM184.
2 versions are included:
• Combined Version: versions of a sound are combined into one file (42 files total)
• Split Version: versions of a sound appear as individual files (156 files total)
On the eternal search for new sounds, here is a hefty collection of creature voices created solely through the use of a metal flexatone.
This collection brings you 2,000 original sounds at 96kHz/24-bit stereo offering 4 distinct styles of vocalization prepared to breathe life into your creatures, whether they be alien or machine. Each style has over 450 variations covering over 15 different emotions such as “arguing”, “sad”, “scared”, “excited”, “laugh”, “question” and general “talking”. These 4 vocal styles are:
1. “Voice A”: The untouched raw voice created by the flexatone, perfect for metallic creatures! (0:55-1:12 in the audio example!)
2. “Voice B”: A slightly deeper voice with additional upper harmonics for a sci-fi aesthetic, ideal for futuristic machines! (0:02-0:13 in the audio example!)
3. “Voice C”: A more mature voice with some throaty quivering, suitable for many alien creatures! (0:16-0:32 in the audio example!)
4. “Voice D”: A brighter, lively, child-like voice perfect for younger, smaller creatures! (0:35-0:52 in the audio example!)
In addition to these 4 extensive voices, there are also over 150 traditional flexatone sounds such as the iconic comedic “boing” found in classic cartoons, as well as shakes, flicks, rises, falls and quivers!
Note: The sounds in the audio example have some panning added; the sounds in the library itself are entirely centred.
Hidden Voices is a sound library series dedicated to finding the voices that are hidden in the most obscure objects. Each library offers an extensive range of sounds created entirely from that object, ready to spice up your creature’s voices and add an original flavour to your sound palette. palette.
A sound pack full of money:
Falling, rolling & spinning coins, handling & counting coins and bills, rummage, pouring, digging in money piles, stacking money sacks & more.
Please insert coins to download.
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.
CAUTION: This library contains the HIGHEST resolution fart winds that exist on this side of the internet… Well, let’s be real, all sides of the internet!
Containing 1000 individual pristine 192kHz 24bit farts, you will never need another fart sample again. These winds were recorded using an ultra high resolution microphone which is capable of capturing frequency content up to and beyond 30kHz, so you can hear every nasty detail in these butt wrenching blows! This also means that when sound designers need to modify, tweak or change pitch, they can do so without worry of any loss in resolution.
This library contains a collection of futuristic door movement and access sounds.
2 versions are included:
• Combined Version: versions of a sound are combined into one file (27 files total)
• Split Version: versions of a sound appear as individual files (137 files total)
Introducing “Killy” character with his heavy growling, screaming, shouting, laughing, gibbering and more.
– 7 sub-characters with various voice-acting styles
– 310 files, start and end without silence gaps for immediate implementation, including dual mic recordings
– 192 kHz / 24 bit file resolution with ultrasonics, 407MB unpacked
– source files, clean
– volume normalized to -20 lufs
The Midlands Farm Sounds is a collection of sound effects recorded in the beautiful, quiet hillsides of Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa.
These 330 sounds range from animal noises, farm objects, metal squeaks to ambiences of rivers and fields. The aim of this library is to provide a large variety of farmyard sounds for film, games, documentaries, podcasts or musical projects.
A big thanks goes to the Bates, who let me record on their beautiful farm.
26 Natural ambiences
74 Animal sounds
61 Farm objects/Foley sounds
104 Metal sounds
60 Sound design elements
This extension to the PassBy sound effects series brings you a truckload full of Sporty Cars Pass Bys. Recorded at “Nürburg Ring“, Germany.
All sounds were cleaned and edited for direct use in your projects.
These sounds come in handy not only for for the obvious purpose but also work great as design elements and as a great starting point to create a vast number of whooshes and other pass-by and motion effects.
You will find 103 files with multiple cars passing by and 104 files with single car Pass Bys. The files are not named after specific cars/manufacturers.
This collaboration of the sound designers Bony Stoev and Saro Sahihi is the long awaited successor and main chapter of “Surrounding Horror – Prologue”.
In this library you’ll find all sounds from the “Surrounding Horror Soundscapes” library downmixed to Stereo.
Each soundscape was painstakingly handcrafted to 2:30 minute length with lots of frightening and terrifying sonic events.
It gives your horror-related production just the right amount of heart-stopping texture, leaving your audience with fear crawling up their spines to hold ’em tight.
‘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.
“He who squeaks you controls you!” – ancient squeaky proverb
A whole bunch of squeaks in a nice little set of folders. That’s TWO squeaky libraries that do the work for you. Included in this bundle are:
SQUEAKY TOYS: Looking for funny, squeaky sound effects? This library by George Hufnagl delivers them by the bucket: Whether it’s a rubber bone, cloth dog, or a giant flamingo, over 16 Minutes of squawks, honks and wheezes await your squeaky, sound effects needs. Squeezed, shaken, and stomped, all 190 stereo files include metadata at 96kHz, 24bit recording quality.
SQUEAKY CREATURES: A fun, raucous library that offers you nearly 600 sound files of chattering, gabbing, squawking nonsense to use for your cute critters in any media landscape. Use them as one-off emotes or sew them together for complex, expressive phrases. However you use it, this misfit squeaker gang will ensure that your fictional specimens will communicate in cute, boisterous tones that will carry across a crowded room full of adorable little monsters.
This is a collection of sounds recorded at various locations in London, UK. Recordings of landmarks such as Trafalgar Square and Elizabeth Tower (Big Ben), various London streets, and green spaces are all featured, totalling 127 minutes of ambisonic audio, with an average length of 6 mins 22 seconds.
The files have been decoded to AmbiX, but can be converted to FuMa with the free Ambi Converter from Noise Makers, or decoded to any format from mono to 7.1.2 Atmos using Harpex-X or the free Røde Soundfield plug-in.
No noise reduction has been used, apart from on the recording of Big Ben, and the unprocessed version is also included.
Summer Mountains is a collection of nature sounds captured during several trips in 2017 and 2018.
This library has been fully recorded at high altitude (over 2000m and more) in the heart of the French Alps in places such as the Vanoise National Park and the Natural Reserves of Aiguilles Rouges, Passy, Carlaveyron and Vallon de Bérard.
This collection provides more than 2 hours of high quality recordings such as alpines pastures ambiences, forests, wind, streams and waterfalls as well as herds of sheep or cows, birds and distant marmots, all without any human sounds.
All recorded in 24 bit / 96 kHz and fully tagged with metadatas, Summer Mountains should provide you the essentials of a mountain journey.
Gear Used: DPA4060 stereo set powered by a Sound Devices 702
Suburbs of Chicago: Woods is the 6th in the Suburbs of Chicago Series. This pack takes us deep into another suburban forest preserve. This one drapes the sky in tall trees, providing shade and plenty of trails to walk through. Watch out for small critters jumping around as one recording in this pack caught a squirrel hopping through tall grass and weeds. There are plenty of grass and leaves rustles along with bird chirps. There is also a recording over 10 minutes at the intersection, filled with passing and idle vehicles, right out side the wooded forest preserve. Recorded at 24 bit, 192 kHz using the Sennheiser MKH8050 and MKH30 into a Sound Devices Mix Pre-6.
Over an hour and a half of recordings, all metadata tagged using Basehead and Soundly. As in the all the other packs in this series, you will hear distant traffic and planes throughout.
Asia Echoes is a unique collection of sounds captured in Laos and Vietnam providing more than 2 hours ( 5GB) of various atmospheres at different times of the day.
From Cat Ba island National Park, to Luang Prabang night and food markets, to mountains of Sapa, Tam Coc Fields and many more, this collection will make you explore an exotic soundscape through this two beautiful countries.
All recorded in 24 bit / 96 kHz and fully tagged with metadatas compatible with Soundminer, Basehead and Soundly.
Gear Used: DPA4060 stereo set powered by a Sound Devices 702
• Vientiane Night Market
• Vientiane Morning Interior Market
• Vientiane Chao Anouvong Park
• Vang Vieng
• Luang Prabang Food and Night Markets
• Nong Khiaw Mountains and Forests
• Sapa Mountains and City
• Cat Ba National Park
• Tam Coc Forest and Fields
• Hanoï City and Train
Clicky and rolling metallic sounds from an old metallic Sweda cash register from the 1970s + a bonus Kontakt MIDI instrument.
Great source material for designing all sorts of odd mechanical insects, robot or machine movement, mechanical UI buttons or just actual cash registers in shopping scenes. ~270 sounds in 165 files.
We recorded the cash register with high quality microphones from multiple perspectives – even with a lavalier microphone hidden inside the machine for super dry mechanical sounds and contact microphone attached to the back for beefy low end that can be mixed in to make your sounds feel heavier. We even added punchy ready-to-use detailed mixes of all the microphones. Recorded in a professional noise free recording studio, giving you the complete freedom to shape the sounds as you please
We experimented to explore all the sonic gems hiding in the machine. You’ll find sounds of the electric number indicators rolling when pressing the payment button, creepy click-clacky insect-like movements, thin metallic movements and impacts and foley sounds from touching and handling the cash registers.
The library has been tagged with extensive metadata and has been tested in Soundminer, Basehead, Soundly and Pro Sound Effects’ Search to make it easy to find the sounds you are looking for.
The library comes with a Kontakt instrument (requires full version of Kontakt 6) with several round robins and multiple microphone positions that be used to add mechanical rhythms to your music, or easily sync the sounds to pictures with MIDI notes.
– Mechanical click-clacky insect-like movements
– Beefy rolling sounds from electric number indicators rolling when pressing the payment button
– Several metallic drawer movements
– A huge variety of mechanical buton clicks
– Foley and impacts from handling the register
– Several microphones from different perspectives as well as a punchy ready-to-use detailed mixes of all the microphones
– A Kontakt Instruments with several round robins and multiple microphone positions that be used to add mechanical rhythms to your music, or easily sync the sounds to pictures with MIDI notes
Welcome to the Just Gore | Add On – more than 790 goregeous bone-breaking, blood-soaking and flesh-slicing splatter sound effects.
This huge hard-gore construction kit contains all extra-disgusting sounds for a breaking bone, a punch to the guts or a brutal dismemberment.
If you need the sound of handwriting, this SFX library delivers: It gets you 841 files containing more than 2000 different handwriting – sounds from different pens, pencils, crayons, chalk on blackboard, felt pens, markers, even brushes and writing in sand, and carving in stone. All this in many variations from writing words and sentences, strokes, periods and doodling. So if you’re after the sound of writing, here it is:
ANCIENT SEA RUINS is a collection of 10, high quality, detail-rich sea ambiences.
Waves splashing on Roman ruins, gurgling, lapping, swells, water movement between rocks and more.
Collection consist of 10 (53 min total time) high quality recordings (192kHz 24bit) of sea water traveling through old Roman ruins. Interesting and unique sounding wave patterns, gurgles, swells and wave collapsing onto one another. Many states of the sea from peaceful lapping and subtle gurgling to large swells.
All the recording are free from city noises.
All SFX have baked-in Soundminer’s meta data.
LOCATION: Costa Blanca, ES
RECORDED WITH: Sound Devices MixPre 6 + 2x Sennheiser MKH 8040 (ORTF)
EDITED AND MASTERED WITH: Pro Tools, FabFilter.
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