SampleTraxx continues to cross the border between music and sound design with “Custom Tools” a new collection of 570+ new sound effects and 15 categories for true cinematic lovers.
Custom Tools is made to design high definition cinematic sci-fi horror trailer and soundtracks with a variety of production-ready sonic elements, noises and tension. This sound pack is a modern cinematic tool for shocking industrial horror sound design with a sci-fi aesthetics.
Featuring 1.5Gb of content, 570+ sound effects and 15 categories in Wav format 48/24 meticulously named and organised for fast workflow to be immediately dragged in every DAW or sampler.
The Mini Vocal Pack 04: Skeleton contains just under 9 minutes (61 files) of high quality skeleton styled vocalisation exertions by 1 human actor type.
The assets have been designed for use with computer game media that demands high asset variations, however this pack is suited for all forms of audio media.
The included basic construction kit / original recordings enables further vocal details to be created for more granular focus.
All assets have been recorded & produced at 96kHz/24bit.
Included in this pack:
Contact microphones allow us to record vibrations and resonances in solid objects
The resulting spectrum is rich in low-end and has impressive dynamics. This could easily expand your sound toolkit with a great number of interesting elements and textures for any kind of SFX production: Movies, TV, trailers, game audio, electronic music and so on.
I picked up lots of wood, metal, plastic and many other objects (including bats on old attic) to record this library, which is divided into categories, like: bow, brush, debris, hit, hum, metal, ratchet, scrape, spin, water and etc.
All recordings were made at 96 kHz sample rate for further manipulation, and they’re categorized by source objects and contain metadata.
If you are looking for nice addition to your SFX production arsenal – this library is for you!
Nordic Nature is a collection of evocative and immersive ambiences recorded by George Vlad and Pete Smith over a three-year period across the wilderness of Sweden and Norway. It is available as 24/96 Stereo and Surround and features highly-detailed metadata and separate documents listing the species identified.
We both plan on returning to Scandinavia and these trips will result in at least two library updates.
The Cat – Meow Library features 130 files (51 at 192kHz, 79 at 96kHz) recorded with Sennheiser 8040 / Rode NTG3 and Sony PCM-D100. This small bundle contains different sound effects made by two very vocal cats.
From subtle squeaks and digging in litter box, through eating and purrs to loud meows.
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.
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.
This library was derived entirely from material collected in the Metal Hits, Scrapes and Squeaks library. Each sound was meticulously crafted by hours of experimenting with different processing techniques. I created this library for fun and to in part showcase the flexibility of my metal recordings.
I spent a great deal of time exploring pitch manipulation with this library. Much of it relied on rendered processing to acquire the aesthetic that I wanted. My vision was to make something ethereal and vocal but also a bit vague.
I believe this library will provide excellent source material for a wide variety of applications. Both as stand-alone effects or layered in with other libraries/sounds to help create a dark/spooky aesthetic.
The Volvo 242 sound fx collection includes 271 sounds in 13.51 gigabytes of audio. The 242 is a DL 1975 version of the car, also known as models 240, 244, and 245. It features 25 takes of recordings from the Swedish vehicle and its 4-cylinder B20 A, 82 horsepower engine.
16 synchronized perspectives capture both onboard and exterior performances. Eight onboard perspectives (12 channels, including 4 in AMBEO) recorded driving at steady RPMs, with gearshifts, and ramps using microphones mounted in the engine, interior, and exhaust. Eight other exterior perspectives (18 channels) showcase driving at fast, medium, and slow speeds approaching, departing, and passing by. There are also steadies in neutral, blips, and performed effects, as well as an Altiverb impulse response.
All clips have 18 fields of Soundminer, BWAV, and MacOS Finder metadata.
The squeakiest of the squeaks and the creakiest of the creaks! Halloween came early!
In this library you will find everything from deep, wrenching creaks to high piercing squeaks; quiet door knobs and twisting, turning plastics. Many of these sounds were recorded in a turn of the century old victorian home with decades of wear and tear to give the most authentic, creepy sounds that your heart desires.
Here you'll find drippy, squeaky faucets, loose boards on stairwells, creaking door hinges, squealing old door coils, metal scraping on metal, rending wood and plastic, quiet, airy floorboards, bone crushing twist and turns, gripping leather and rubber and so much more! With 300+ sounds you're sure to maximize your imagination's spookiest or maybe just that perfect sound design element you needed!
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.
The follow up to SoundMorph's hit cinematic library Sinematic, Sinematic 2 is now here! We've gone all out to bring you the best of the best in designed and source files, more than doubling the size of the first release! Designed in collaboration with the same world class sound designers as Robotic Lifeforms 2 and Sinematic…we are really proud to give you even more awesome Sinematic goodness! This library was created over the last 2 years using extensive high end recording techniques, KYMA, and Euro Rack Modular setups.
Sinematic 2 was created by and in collaboration with Thibault Csukonyi and Boris Haladjian (Robotic Lifeforms 2) and Real Cardinal (BioWare, Sinematic, Microsoft).
Sinematic 2 features more than 1,000 24bit/96 kHz .wav files, all meticulously embedded with Soundminer & Basehead metadata, including:
500 + designed sound effects
550 + source audio files
Subtle and Iconic
Textures – noise, grit, glitch
Open & closes, slams, creaks, squeaks, locks, knocks & handles from various types of doors & drawers (175 doors in total).
Performed in a variety of ways from numerous perspectives. Locations include;
All sounds were recorded using the Schoeps CCM8/CCM4 mid-side microphone and Sound Devices Mix-Pre 6.
Mid-Side recordings are presented in their raw, uncoded format as well as decoded stereo files for efficient editing. Recordings have been processed using the Control V2 plugin by Brainworx.
The Users of Tomorrow library is the next level of futuristic and high-tech interface sounds, containing 2.2GB and more than 1,800 sounds designed to be used as final assets or layers.
Users of Tomorrow features more than 2.2GB of 1,800 24bit/96khz files, all embedded with Soundminer metadata.
This collection includes 80 clips of the best of winter: chilly snow crunches, wet, sliding snow, and snow boulder drops. Brittle snow crunches are mixed with beefy snow impacts, and more. And there are no studio or Foley tracks here: these tracks are all actual field recordings of frigid, Canadian snow. Includes bonus Soundminer metadata.
This library consists of hundreds of performances (581 files total) of toy whistles, clown and bicycle horns, slide whistles, melody pops, party blowers and squeeze toys.
Metadata has been meticulously added, and the material in this library is ready for immediate inclusion in your sound designs. Have fun!
• 581 broadcast wave files
• All at 24 bit, 96kHz
• 4.81 uncompressed gigabytes of audio data
• Most takes include stereo, mono and distant microphone perspectives
• Metadata carefully added to each audio file ready for efficient searching
Welcome to SoundMorph’s Future Weapons soundpack, one of the most advanced weapon sound effects libraries ever created.
Inspired by some of the latest modern sci-fi films, Future Weapons takes high tech weaponry to whole other universes.
Divided into two factions ‘Alliance’ and ‘Resistance’, Future Weapons sound effects create sonic signatures for both good and evil forces.
Providing excellent designed sounds and source to get you started on crafting your own advanced arsenal, Future Weapons is a must have for the twenty-first century sound designer!
This collection contains recordings of stream, river and small waterfall sounds, with close and distant perspectives of slow and turbulent flows. More than 80 minutes of high quality (24bit/96kHz) material recorded at various locations and delivered in an easily downloadable .zip file.
Each recording is between 0:30 and 5:30 long and intended to serve those who want to build calm or dynamic soundscapes which show variations on several time scales.
The Cyborg Collection features a wide assortment of over 3000 Sci-Fi sound effects ranging from small user interfaces to massive robots.
Everything from simple droids to powerful plasma rifles and futuristic transformations are included in this 3.2GB library. Check out the track listing here to see the variety of robots, interfaces, weaponry, vehicles and spacecraft included in the collection.
This footstep collection features professionally recorded Soldier footsteps (in army wear and boots) on 8 different surface types:
Concrete (asphalt or stone), wood, water, metal surfaces, ground, grass, gravel, snow.
These footsteps are created for soldier movement and contain weapon or ammo packs rattle.
Each surface type includes the following footstep sounds: Walking, running, stealthy crouched movement.
Each movement type contents five separated footstep sounds (one footstep per wav-file).
Around Bridges Volume 2 gets you sounds taken from the iron and steel construction elements of various bridges in Berlin. The entire library was recorded with a two-channel contact microphone setup and it features thrilling vibrations caused be passing cars, trucks, trams and metro trains.
The material in this library is a comprehensive resource for creating otherworldly ambiences, futuristic pass-bys or eerie atmospheres with a touch of rusty steel and iron.
This collection is really immersive, distant noises in large halls, people walking away to catch their train and much more.
This sound library gathers the heavy, powerful sounds of freight trains, and the scream and chatter of transport rail cars.
Takes include idling, approaching, departing, and passing by. There are rail squeaks, screeches, and clatters. Each engine is carefully documented with its locomotive type and version, and is listed in full Soundminer metadata.
Get the ambiences and atmospheres of Amsterdam, the Netherlands in this sound effects library recorded by Ana Monte. It features recordings from around the Dutch capital from locations such as an amusement park, a boat ride, church, ferry ride, metro ride, plaza, the science museum, a street market (a Turkish one, too), a train station, restaurant and more.
The Cameras sound library features sounds of no less than 20 different cameras. Everything was recorded with Sound Devices 702, Rode NTG3 and Oktava MK012. The Camera library delivers sounds of different camera shutters, pulling film advance levers, handling noises, self timers, AF mechanisms, pushing buttons and rotating dials. This sound library features camera models from companies like Kodak, Polaroid, Nikon, Olympus, Yashica, Minolta, Fujica, Halina or Pentax.
Includes recordings from the following cameras:
Canon 5d Mark II • Canon Eos 3000n • Fujica AZ1 • Halina H160 • Kodak Brownie 127 • Kodak • Coloursnap 35 • Kodak Eastman Pocket camera • Kodak Instamatic 55x • Kodak Instamatic 200 • Kodak Six 20 Brownie D • Minolta Dynax 303 • Nikon D5000 • Nikon D5500 • Nikon FM2n • Olympus Newpic XB AF • Olympus SP510UZ • Pentax SP1000 • Polaroid Spectra • Yashica Minitec Super
This library will be updated in the future, so you will receive free update link every time I’ll record new cameras.
The Iron 883 is not the biggest Harley Davidson bike around, but it has that recognizable HD throttle sound – in a different tone that you might lack in your sound collection.
The library contains starts, idling, passbys at different speeds and onboard driving on both gravel and asphalt roads. A bunch of foley tracks, burglar alarm, false starts, on spot revving recordings and more.
The onboard recordings consists of a Shure SM57 on the motor and an Oktava MK012 cardioid pointed at the exhaust pipe. These are conveniently exported together as stereo tracks to ease synchronization and mixing in your daw.
Each clip contains detailed metadata information, with filename, description, microphone, picture and more.
This library delivers a diverse collection of waves on rugged beaches; crashes on boulders, churns in stone basins, sizzles on pebbles, gentle laps in coves, and trickles in tidepools.
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.
Abstract Interior Tones is a high-definition collection of synthetic, inharmonic room tones and drones, that are made exclusively to provide sound designers a truly diverse sonic palette for designing neutral, non-intrusive, and spacious soundscapes for science fiction, horror, fantasy, dramas and documentaries. Abstract Interior Tones features 80 24bit/96kHz seamlessly looping sounds, normalised to -23LUFS and embedded with Soundminer metadata.
The Keys & Locks SFX library gets you a useful collection of several sets of keys and locks used in different combinations.
There are typical lock/key sounds, as well as so also non-typical usage, as a gnash and a scratches. The library features more than 550 sounds in 93 files, recorded in 24 bit/48 kHz. Gear Used: Oktava 012, Oktava 319, Tascam 16×08, Reaper.
Surround In a Room features 25 HD 24bit / 48 kHz 5.1 Surround Sound Effects with a large selection of small, medium and large room tones, and quiet places.
Recorded with discrete Quad microphones, and mastered in 5.1 surround (L-C-R-Ls-Rr-Lf Embeded .WAV format).
Recording locations are all from center of the room to create the widest possible sound. A stereo version of each cue is included, as well as embedded metadata. All tracks are 2 Minutes. Want a taste of what's included? Download the 5.1 Surround Demo file here and try it out on your own system!
The BURP sound effects library brings to you a varied and expressive set of burps and belches. All from the gut of Jack Menhorn; the goal was to produce a burp library that would be great for regular belches in addition to monster and creature vocalizations.
These 21 files with 242 individual takes equaling over 140 MB of authentic burps will whisk you away to another realm of rudeness and lack of manners.
It comes with short, medium, and long versions of many performances including; harsh, airy, strained, opened/closed, and many more.
With A Sound Effect, Asbjoern has created a web site where our international community can browse, learn, and share the vast fruits of our labors. Together we are accelerating the very real potential power of sound design as a recognized art form.
A Sound Effect is an excellent resource for us to keep our animated films sounding unique and exciting.
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