Cornwall Water consists of 26 beautifully recorded and edited sounds, tagged with rich metadata. From crashing waves and babbling brooks, to rock pools and more.
Classic Car Pass Bys consists of 231 beautifully recorded and edited sounds, tagged with rich metadata. From Jaguar E-Types and Ford Mustangs, to Triumph Spitfires, Ferrari 250s and more.
Rivers consists of 11 beautifully recorded and edited sounds, tagged with rich metadata. From light whips and medium plops, to trickles, white water and more.
Squelch, Squish and Splat consists of 455 beautifully recorded and edited sounds, tagged with rich metadata. From squishing tomatoes and plunging mangos to mashing melons and more.
Balloon Squeaks and Creaks consists of 173 beautifully recorded and edited sounds, tagged with rich metadata. From short squeaks and air releases, to long creaks, plucks and more.
Swishes consists of 331 sounds beautifully recorded in both mono and stereo, edited, and tagged with rich metadata. From baking trays and bamboo, to colanders, mops and more.
This soundpack is created for use primarily in video games and simulators to simulate the sonic characteristics of a Volvo B7TL double-deck bus with Wright Gemini Eclipse bodywork in the United Kingdom from 2002.
This soundpack is created for use primarily in video games and simulators to simulate the sonic characteristics of an Enviro400 double-deck bus built by Alexander-Dennis in the United Kingdom between 2010 and 2015.
Odd is a small collection of effects originally created for a project revolving around quick, organic glitched visuals. The library is divided into four categories – Reverses, Texture and Noise, Synthesized Elements and general Oddities. Odd is perfect for adding a bit of strange or weird to your design. Something like a 'what was that?' library. Go nuts.
The terrifying sounds of re-imagined dinosaurs that are ready for the hunt and hankering for your Jeep tires!
This library has 74 sounds of pterodactyls, velociraptors, brachiosaurus, and – of course – the infamous Tyrannosaurus Rex, with multiple growls and roars (processed and raw) from each terrible reptile.
There are also distant takes to help you build tension as these predators approach. For angry and hungry dinosaurs, look no further!
The second edition of the Foley Sessions from Mechanical Wave. It features additional sounds and more Foley action with a broad selection of objects. The library contains 375 files of various metals, aluminium, plastic, glass, paper, cloth and many other textures. Sound of hits, manipulating, rubbing, crumpling, breaking, creaking, slapping and shaking. Each sound has been meticulously edited, and comes in 24 bit / 96 kHz broadcast wave format, with embedded metadata.
This sound library boasts a comprehensive collection of sound recordings that capture the character of rural passenger trains throughout the United Kingdom.
All of the recordings were taken at locations in and around Norfolk and feature trains that are typical of current rural train services in many parts of the country.
This sound library boasts a collection of sound recordings that capture the character of locomotive-hauled passenger trains in the East Anglia region of the United Kingdom. All of the recordings were taken at locations in and around Norfolk and feature trains hauled by Class 37 and Class 68 diesel locomotives.
The Class 37 is a classic type of British-built diesel locomotive originally introduced in the early 1960s and features a 4-stroke V12 English Electric turbocharged diesel engine.
The Class 68 locomotives are much more modern locomotives, being introduced in 2013 and feature a 16-cylinder Caterpillar diesel engine.
Paper & Cardboard is a toolset of a total of 500 HQ sound effects recorded to sound fat and solid whilst still providing various textures and motion. You can explore a range of cardboard box sounds (various weights and sizes), sheets of paper, newspapers, magazines, books, paper towels and much more.
We have approached this collection with both an experimental and practical touch. That said, our goal is to provide a. Well-rounded source elements to assist with implementing your own unique ideas and b. A variety of paper and cardboard props for foleying placement in your film, video, etc. in post-production.
Business card • Postcard • Playing card • Catalog cover • Chinese fan • Cigarette pack • Medicine pack • Cheque paper • Envelope • Photographic paper • Receipt • Folder • Pamphlet • Books of various strengths and sizes • Vintage scrapbook • Paper bag • Matte and Glossy Magazines • Newspaper • Toilet paper • Kitchen paper • A4 sheets • Baking paper • Storage cardboard boxes
Inspired by app market hits like Clash of Clans and Candy Crush, we present to you Mobile Game – a truly fun and genuinely gameplay inspired sound effects library. Filled with a thorough selection of popular game ready audio assets, Mobile Game gives you sounds that you can quickly implement inside any game to give it a familiar “hit app” game feel.
Bubbles • Building • Coins • Crafting • Mechanisms and Contraptions • Musical Stabs • Objective Completes • Pick Ups • Potions • Tonal Designed Organic fx • UI/Menu • Upgrades
Designed Plastic features 146 creative plastic sound effects, evolving textures, glitches and more. It is about the sounds that everyday plastic items can make, when magnified and experimented with through layering, morphing and spectral shifting.
Recorded with a Sennheiser MKH416 through Studio Projects VTB1 tube preamp.
• 146 24bit / 96kHz WAV files / Meta-tagged
• 119 Elements
• 17 Sequences
• 10 Source Recordings
The KISS sound library gets you exactly what its name suggests: Kissing sounds, and lots of them! This is a collection of genuine, untreated recordings of all kind of kisses.
Feel free to use them in your sound design and be creative. Maybe they can serve to create a squealing monster or squeaking tires too, who knows!
Here are ambient and specific recordings of rustling leaves, fluttering twigs and creaking trunks. Pine and Fir trees, Beechwood hedgerows and leafless Oak trees, along tall grass and reeds. All in all, a collection representative of the cultured landscape in Denmark, as well as much of northern Europe. I was lucky enough to record a storm during the last days of 2016, and those sounds are of course included here. No human voices or man-made sounds, but a few of the sounds have bird vocalizations in them.
The focus is rather narrow, going for many nuances of the same flavor – rather than many flavors. If you need sounds of a storm or gale in northern European vegetation, then this should fit the bill. Note that there is audible buffeting in several files. I opted to leave it in there, as it might suit some purposes, and let me keep the most violent passages. You can try your luck with noise reduction, but since wind is mostly broadband noise anyway, it might not turn out well. YMMV.
A few sounds appear in both mono and stereo versions, where the stereo version are X/Y derived from the M/S source files and the mono versions are simply the Mid channel. I did this, because most people seem to prefer X/Y files for post-work, rather than M/S – but a down-mix of X/Y to mono would be inferior to using the original Mid-mic signal. All sounds were captured in Denmark between October and January.
A filmic sound construction kit for teasers, trailers & promos
‘Warped Choir’ is the latest state-of-the-art sound effects library from U.S.O. which continues to cross the border between music and sound design.
Warped Choir provides a wide range of meticulously crafted stereo and 5.1 surround sound elements ready to be pumped in your trailer, video game or other audiovisual projects.
Warped Choir contains more than 200 massive dynamic impacts, transitions, soundscapes, epic vocal rises and whooshes, all designed from scratch using a choir concert recording as the unique waveform source in the Symbolic Sound Kyma workstation (many thanks to La Coral Salvé – Laredo, Cantabria | www.coralsalve.com).
When it comes to creating new musical ideas, video and sound editors, sound designers, but also composers, can find inspiration in this intriguing must-have collection.
Skytrain Rapid Transit FX is a collection of unique passby’s, overhead POV and onboard sounds recorded at 24bit 96khz both in stereo and mono, giving you maximum flexibility and realism for your projects.
The Vancouver transit system is world renowned and carries millions of residents and visitors on board each year since its beginnings in the 1980’s. The older cars have a particular screech to them, perfect for creative design for monsters or machines, and can compliment any variety of air craft or land transport library.
The Audi A4 B8 Allroad 2.0 TFSI is a 211 HP 4×4 car with turbo, and this library gets you almost 9GB of recordings, featuring 155 96kHz and 24bit files (including RAW files, 111 without RAW), with a total length of 213 minutes (without RAW files).
The library covers different sound effects like engine during regular driving, reverse or accelerations. It was recorded with 3 microphones mounted under the hood and one inside the drivers’ cabin to capture the interior in sync with the engine.
It was recorded with two Sound Devices 702, two DPA 4061 microphones, two Sennheiser MKH 8040, Sony PCM-M10 and Rode NTG3.
In addition to the onboard sound you’ll find exterior driving, turning, stopping, turning engine on and off or reverse sounds recorded from 2 perspectives.
Also driving on the snow and asphalt effects recorded with DPA 4061 mounted near the tyres, and finally, passes recorded from 3 perspectives. Slow driving (20 to 40 km/h), medium speeds (40 to 80) and fast (from 80 to 140 km/h), stopping and accelerations.
Those sounds were recorded in mono with Rode NTG3 following a car, stereo ORTF recorded with MKH 8040s capturing passes from left to right, and stereo AB with Sony PCM-M10 capturing sound from right to left.
This library also contains some basic foley, like closing and opening doors, servo sounds, windows, buttons or seatbelts.
Rocks and Stones features 720+ various impacts, slides and rolls sound effects recorded in several locations (forest, castle, cavern, cave, sea and rock slide). The sounds were recorded and processed at 96 kHz and 24 bit. Comes with detailed metadata (embedded and in a spread sheet). With the purchase of Rocks and Stones you will also receive a free sound effects library Whooshers.
• Ground (Impact, Roll, Debris)
• Foliage (Impact, Roll, Debris)
• Wood (Impact and Debris)
• Dirt (Impact, Roll, Debris)
• Garbage (Impact, Roll, Debris)
• Metal (Impact, wobble and roll, recorded with contact mic)
• Water (Impact)
• Pebbles roll
• Designed examples in stereo and mono
Listen to the balance of melodic tones and atmospheric drones. Features rhythmic, mystical, eerie, and angelic atmospheres. Also includes resonant ambiences, shimmering tones, ghostly drones, buzzing atmospheres, and swirling beds. Includes over 15 fields of metadata in three formats, including Soundminer.
The first VST/AAX/AU plug-in from SoundMorph, DUST is a synthesizer plugin based on a real-time particle simulation, where each particle is a separate granulating sound source. The motion of each particle is determined by the flow field, which determines the force applied to each particle at each point.
Just like how the flow of a river determines the path of a leaf floating down in it. This is our most ambitious software release to date, and you are going to love it! Not only is DUST addictive to play with, but it generates some of the coolest sounds you've ever created.
• Presets by Richard Divine, Ivo Ivanov, Robert Clouth, Yan David
• 8 particle emitters
• convolution reverb
• Binaural Audio Panning
• Save and recall presets
• Custom Flow Field equations
• over 60 sounds included
• import your own sounds
• 4 modulation options on parameters
• Available in VST, VST3, AAX and Audio Unit format
• Compatible with Mac and PC (32 bit and 64 bit)
• Compatible with most major Daws
An Intel® Mac with Mac OS X 10.9 (or later), OR a PC with Windows 7 (or later); Multicore processor; 2 GB RAM; 1024×768 display.
Need door sounds? Enter “Portals”, SoundMorph's latest Sound Library containing both designed and source recorded doors. With a focus on Sci-Fi, Medieval, Metal, and contraption type doors, Portals is an excellent resource to add to your tool box.
Portals features more than 225+ files – and as a special bonus right now, you get 190+ of the best doors sounds from our Solar Sky library, for a total 425 files of 1.2GB of 24bit/96khz .WAV files, all meticulously embedded with Soundminer & Basehead metadata.
• Designed Doors
• Source Doors
• Medieval Doors
• Sci-Fi Doors
• Stone Doors
• Teleport Doors
+ 190 “best of” doors sounds from our Solar Sky library
A mixed collection of various sound design beeps and buzzers. Includes raw and coarse buzzers, nasal and thin buzzers, and humming buzzers. Also features pure and clean beeps, fluttering blips, and cybernetic boops. Includes over 15 fields of metadata in three formats, including Soundminer.
A broad cross-section of whooshes and swipes. Includes storm whooshes, energy sweeps, robotic fly-ins, ghostly swipes, electric whooshes, fire swooshes, and more.
Also features bursts, blasts, power ups and downs, whip bys, and logo whooshes.
Includes over 15 fields of metadata in three formats, including Soundminer.
Motorcycles go fast – especially on the racetrack. Here we have the 300cc, 600cc, 1000cc and Moto 3 Classes recorded on the Hairpin Exit, Straight and Fast Turns, with riders going at it solo and some preferring a bit of group action. They sound fast and powerful, except maybe the Moto 3 class which sounds a little like a small prop plane.
The library includes 90 recordings. All files are Sound Miner metadata embedded, 24Bit/48kHz wav files
This beauty was built in 1943 and is equipped with a 130 hp, 4-cylinder Gipsy Major 1F engine. The recordings consist of five channels including two engine channels, one exhaust channel and two distance channels recorded from different directions. It contains startups, stops, the engine running at different RPMs, and a surround fly-by at the very end. Enjoy!
This library features onboard recordings of a powerful Volvo F12 firetruck which is often used at airports. With its diesel V6 and open exhausts to get some extra horsepower, it can reach the place of fire quicker. The recordings consist of two engine and two exhaust channels, and contains startups, stops, idling, driving, as well as the vehicle's sirens and horns.
This library features a beautiful Cessna from the '70s with a 6 cylinder engine. With one mic close-up on the engine, another on the propeller, one channel from a distant VCR, and one in the cockpit.
This library features a Soviet tank BMP-1 with a 6 cylinder water cooled diesel engine. The recordings consist of 13 channels, 7 interior (front and rear), 2 exhaust, 1 track, 1 air intake and 2 from the turret pointing forward. It contains startups, stops, idling, blips, driving, as well as exterior surround drive aways, approaching and more. Add a little history to your sound design with this Eurasian AFV.
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