Need playing card sound effects? Welcome to the most thorough and comprehensive playing card library in existence. Not only does this library provide an incredible array of card actions with many diverse variations, but it's also provided with 2 Mic perspectives.
Close Perspective: For that “in your face” sound often used in games or scenes where you want to focus and create an impact.
Mixed perspective: For scenes where the sound needs to sit naturally without drawing too much attention, yet still sound articulate.
The library was recorded with the most commonly used card deck used by casinos, magicians and hobbyists alike.
It was recorded with 2 matched Neumann TLM 103's selected for their outstanding transient response and ultra high SNR, and contains 410 Sounds (205 sounds x 2 perspectives).
20 classic card sounds used in games, cherry-picked from Sonic Worlds' larger comprehensive “Playing Cards” library.
The library was recorded with the most commonly-used card deck used by casinos, magicians and hobbyists alike.
The library uses a close Mic perspective for that “in your face” sound used in games or film scenes where you want focus and create an impact.
In-depth recording of a Plymouth Cuda Convertible from 1971 with the extremely rare 426 Hemi engine and a 4-speed transmission.
Only two of these with the manual transmission were produced in 1971 so this car is obviously a clone but a very well built one. An original 1971 HemiCuda convertible is today extremely valuable, selling prices up to $5 million. The engine has 2 x 4-port Carter carburator and is (under)rated 425 horsepower by the factory.
The recording contains eight onboard microphones for interior, engine, intake and exhausts, and eight channels of exterior material.
It includes startup, idle, shutdown, driving at steady rpms, steady rpms in neutral, cruising, ramps, accelerations and decelerations through gears, approaches, passbys, aways as well as some foley like doors, hoods and knobs. Total recording length is 37m 39s.
A very in-depth multitrack recording of a Plymouth Road Runner 440 Sixpack from 1970.
The car has the 440cubic inches engine with the famous 3 x 2 barrel setup. The rating from factory was 390 horsepower. This car has the three geared automatic transmission.
The recording has eight onboard microphones, L+R interior, two engine, intake, L+R exhausts and finally a back center exhausts microphone. Exterior recording consists of four different stereo pairs, all in sync with the onboards.
The recording includes startup, idle, shutdown, blips, standing steady rpms, cruising, driving at steady rpms, various accelerations & decelerations, ramps, passbys, approaches, stops, aways and more.
It also contains foley recording of doors, hoods, gear shifter, switches and horn. Total recording time is 32min 7s.
Point and Shoot is a collection of 200 carefully recorded and mastered camera sound effects.
Shutter sounds, flash cracks, rotary dials, buttons, switches, handling, powering on and off, zoom in and out, inserting battery, SD cards and more!
All audio files have been recorded at superb 96KHZ 24BIT, multiple mic positions to capture all the wonderful sonic details.
RECORDED WITH: Sound Devices MixPre 6 + Sennheiser MKH 8060
EDITED AND MASTERED WITH: Pro Tools, iZotope RX (mildly).
POS FUJI Cam Edition is a collection of 346 carefully recorded and mastered camera sound effects.
Shutter sounds, rotary dials, buttons, aperture ring, handling, powering on and off, inserting battery, SD cards and more!
Collection was recorded using two tope tier Sennheiser microphones: Sennheiser MKH8040 for a closer perspective and MKH8060 shotgun mic for slightly further one.
All SFX have baked-in Soundminer’s meta data.
RECORDED WITH: Sound Devices MixPre 6 + Sennheiser MKH 8040 and Sennheiser MKH 8060
EDITED AND MASTERED WITH: Pro Tools, iZotope RX (mildly).
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.
Recording of a Polaris RZR all-terrain vehicle from 2017 with a XP 1000 EPS engine with a ProStar 1000 HO 2-cylinder 4-rate DOHC 999cc with EFI fuel system and automatic variable transmission.
The Polaris RZR sound fx collection includes 195 clips in 16.9 gigabytes of audio from a 2017 American all-terrain vehicle. It showcases the sound of its XP 1000 EPS engine with a ProStar 1000 HO 2-cylinder 4-rate DOHC 999cc with EFI fuel system and automatic variable transmission.
The bundle collects 9 synchronized takes from 30 channels of audio. The 11 onboard perspectives mount microphones at the engine, exhaust, and in various positions on the frame as the car drives with throttling, steady RPMs, and ramps. Three custom stereo mixes of the onboard channels allow for easy editing. The 8 exterior perspectives document departing, passing by, and arriving at slow, medium, and fast speeds.
The package includes Pro Tools and Reaper sessions with all fx pre-aligned to allow editors to begin mixing and editing immediately. Also included are 18 fields of Soundminer metadata, plus BWAV metadata and MacOS Finder comments.
Polarity delivers more than 950 sounds of electricity, science and technology – captured in several locations around the world, from electricity museums to science labs. About 50% of the library is all about electricity, with various types of Jacob's Ladders, Tesla Coils, Ruhmkorff lamp and all sorts of impactful bursts of energy.
Then we go through welders, plasma spheres, 3D printers, starting to cover a more broad technology theme – like old phones, telegraphs, dynamo wheels, rotary dials, whirling watchers, alarm, lab centrifuges, something scientists call a roller and a rocker, servo sounds, neon lights, a wimshurst machine and sparklers.
Many sounds in this section were captured from vintage equipment, from a 1928's tram to old telephone switchboards, high voltage levers and control surfaces.
All content was recorded at 192KHz with a Sanken CO100K, a couple of Sennheiser 8040 and a Neumann 81i, translating into final assets that have plenty of ultrasonic content, ready for the most extreme manipulation.
From ear-splitting squeaks and noisy cracks to the crunching of a sheet beneath a foot and much more, this library contains a vast collection of polystyrene sounds. but can also be used without the plugin
Works great with Reformer Pro but if you don’t own the plugin, you can still purchase and use the sounds in this pack separately.
The Pontiac GTO sound fx collection includes 606 sounds in 27.05 gigabytes of audio. It features the sound of a 400 c.i. 335 horsepower V8 engine from a 1967 model of the American car.
A total of 26 takes depict both onboard and exterior perspectives. 14 onboard perspectives (15 channels) share exhaust, engine, and interior microphone recordings (including an Ambisonic POV) of steady RPMs, gearshifts, and ramps. The 8 exterior perspectives (18 channels) include departures, arrivals, and passes by at slow, medium, and fast speeds. The collection also showcases a variety of performed effects (doors, horns, etc).
The sound bundle includes Pro Tools and Reaper sessions with all takes pre-aligned, raw impulse responses of the interior cabin, and 3 ready-to-use designed stereo mixes of the interior, exhaust, and engine microphones. Every clip is embedded with 18 fields of professional metadata.
The “Cedar” library series is a collection of libraries, comprised of three different instruments:
– Ponticello (the present one)
– Sul Tasto
Each volume is a single Kontakt instrument with a peculiar timbral personality. The entire series is created recording sounds from a luthier classical guitar. They can be used for composing and producing purposes – like an acoustic percussion setup – as well as for soundtrack composition and sound design in films, video games and any other multimedia product. “Ponticello” and “Sul Tasto” also feature a dedicated effects page that can be used to process the sounds in the library with several processors, both send and insert effects. They are “percussion oriented” sounds, while “Bizzarro” is a keyboard instrument.
Introduction to “Ponticello”
The instrument contains 10 sets of sounds, called “Engines”. Each set has a dedicated channel strip in the interface and can be processed with a dedicated sub-page. You can also choose an individual audio output for further processing in your favorite DAW with effect plugins of your choice. Each sound has been recorded with two different mic placements, and you can mix them to your taste.
Expand your sonic arsenal with this collection of pony whinnies, nickers and blows. 24bit, 96kHz reflection-free recordings means they’re great for creature sound design.
*Pop, Pop, Poppoppoppopoppop
Two Guys, three microphones, and a mountain of bubble wrap. What else to do but record the knuckle popping, transient heavy, tiny air explosion created by the ever calming sound of Bubble Wrap. This library was recorded in collaboration another fan of Bubble Wrap, Adam Carl. Microphones used was the Sennheiser MKH60, Sennheiser MKH8050- both exported as mono .wav files. The stereo microphone used and exported was the Audio Technica AT2022. How many variations of popping can you create? Between the two versions included in this pack, original and reduced reverb, 2483+ sounds per pack over three microphones 828 sounds per microphone, or 4966 Combined are packed waiting to be popped!
Why did we include almost 3 hours of total sound in a bubble wrap library? When you include the squeaking of blowing on the corners or rubbing two bubbles between fingers, clicking a pen pops, popping using a drill, and even filling the bubble with water using a syringe. Other secret sounds include popping inside a metal trash can- similar to sounds of bullets ricocheting off metal, popping wrapped in tin foil, and stretching.
All sounds are exported either in mono (Sennheiser) or stereo (Audio Technica) and meta-data tagged using Soundly and Basehead.
Great sweeteners to toughen up your explosions, glass debris, and even armor moves.
Features smashes, breaks, impacts, debris, shatters, pieces, moves, shakes – stock flower pot/mug breaks, eat your heart out!
All recordings are clean, and contain no reflections, for the widest use for all designs.
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.
Get the sounds of a 1999 Porsche Carrera, captured by recording specialist Watson Wu. The German-made Porsche Carrera is a 6 speed manual, 3.4 liter, Flat 6, weighing in at only 2,900 pounds. The combined recorded driving time is more than 45 minutes long.
Channel 1 = Exhaust 1, Channel 2 = Exhaust 2, Channel 3 = Engine, Channel 4 = Cab
Stereo in Left and Right Channels
The Porsche Cayenne 4.8 V8 sound library features 58 high quality files recorded with multi mic setup. The engine was recorded in sync with cabin interior ambients, and you’ll find different styles of driving – from casual city driving, through accelerations on a highway up to rpm ramps and constant rpm loops for game audio.
In addition to engine recordings, this sound effects library features exterior passes, whooshes and other road related sounds recorded in mono and stereo. Last but not least, there are foley recordings that covers interior and exterior perspectives of different activities.
The Porsche Macan S 3.0 V6 sound library features 198 high-quality files recorded with a multi-mic setup. The Engine was recorded in sync with interior cabin ambient, and you can expect different styles of driving. From casual city driving, through accelerations on a highway up to rpm ramps and constant rpm loops for game audio.
In addition to engine recordings, this sound effects library features exterior passes, whooshes and other road-related sounds recorded in mono and stereo on dry asphalt.
Last but not least, different foley were recorded to cover exterior and interior activities. In addition to designed onboard recordings, there are also premixed stems for the engine, intake and exhaust and RAW files, of each microphone without any post-processing.
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
SSL14 Porto City Sounds is one of our recording travel projects, captured in Porto, Portugal during a 3-days visit to the country. The Surround Sound LAB team traveled to Porto just to record the main essence of this city.
This library contains the main character of the lovely city: Boats, trains, wine and history in one of the most beautiful cities in Portugal.
More than 2 hours of original and actual recordings, 27 original field recordings in Surround 5.1 , ST and Double MS RAW format (for custom editions).
Each ambience recorded in this library is at least 1-2 minutes long, so there is no need for looping ambience in your project. This library was recorded in a Double MS mic configuration. providing great post production possibilities.
The day of reckoning is here! Inspired by Hollywood box office hits like Mad Max and The Book of Eli, we present to you “Post Apocalyptic Trailer” – Epic Stock Media’s newest hard-hitting, bass-rumbling designed movie trailer sound effects collection. Includes over 500+ stingers, big hits, impacts, drones, Shepard tones & more. All of the recordings are delivered in 96kHz/24bit, giving you the best quality for heavy sound editing, pitch shifting, and fx processing while keeping a top notch level of clarity and precision.
A collection of almost 250 aggressive blasts, shocking bursts, and whipping whoosh pass by accents.
This sound fx collection features:
This is a collection of recordings of industrial/farming make-and-break engines from the end of the 19th beginning of the 20th century.
It features small clockwork type clinks and clicks, larger gears and pistons, and huge exhaust pipe chugs and blasts.
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