rOtation is a sound effects library built for sound design centered around things that spin. It contains nearly 200 exceptional sounds and is the first of its kind. If you’re looking for brand new sound design source material, rOtation is the ticket.
Several months of research and recording has led to this very unique collection. It’s props range from ball bearings to trash cans; magnets to fireworks; water to nuts – all in the realm of rotation.
It contains sounds of things that have never been included in a sound effects library before: The sound of a Euler’s Disk speeding up exponentially fast – the whir and chatter of Hurricane balls spinning to 5000+ RPM – Nuts and quarters zipping and buzzing by in a rumbling balloon – The power of neodymium magnets bending the tones of vibrating glass.
The Rowing Boat sound effects library gets you more than 17 minutes of rowing sounds. It features one-shots and rowing sequences in a slow, medium and fast pace + oars hitting the boat. It of course also gets you the creaking sounds of the oars, water splashes and the other sounds you associate with rowing.
The RPG Magic library delivers a total of 215 ready-made unique magic sound effects suitable for Role-Playing Games, Battle Arena and more. The SFX comes in flexible layers for you to mix & match to create the most unique and fitting sound for your magic. Bring your magic sound design to the next level with this collection.
– 147 Spells (Buffs, Debuffs, Heals, Negative Spells, Neutral Spells, Positive Spells and Revives)
– 54 Basic Attacks & Impacts (Magic Swooshes & Impacts Ranging from Small to Large)
– 13 Misc (Boss Appear, Monster Dies, Skill Unlock, UIs, Teleport)
Check out our blog if you are interested to know how and why we made this pack.
[ Tutorial – How does it work? ]
Read the blog post: https://wowsound.com/rpg-magic-pack-tutorial/
Brand new Magic SFX Pack 2 with 446 high-quality magic sound effects for your RPG, Battle Arena and more! SFX comes in flexible layers, variations, and combos for you to Mix & Match to create and sync them easily to your magic animation!
This collection contains basic whooshes, magic attacks and impacts, elemental spells (fire, wind, water, plant, electric and ice), magic spells (JRPG-style and modern RPG) and ‘weapon’ spells (magic punches, sword slashes and more!).
[ Tutorial – How does it work? ]
Read the blog post: https://wowsound.com/rpg-magic-pack-tutorial/
Rubber Stamps: 7 different stamps – 45 files. Great office sounds and mechanical sound design material.
You get self-inking mechanical stamps made of steel or plastic, as well as simple wooden stamps with no moving parts. Models include danish office classics Alpo 40 and 50, which make some very rich mechanical sounds – pitch them down for heavy machine sounds. Lots of interesting mechanical content – good for specifics or as sound design elements.
There's lots of variation in performance here; several different sounds for each stamp.
Rummage is a collaborative sound library from SoundBits and Glitchedtones with a focus on unsystematic searches through everyday items.
Created especially for projects calling for careful, hasty or frantic rummaging, these 733 files offer up plenty of variation to cover a wide range of scenarios. Featuring searches through paper, pockets, trash, wallets, retro media, wood, tools, bags, wardrobes, metal and lots more… your movie scene, game environment or even music production in need of some Rummage, is covered, or more appropriately, uncovered!”.
Immerse yourself in the second library of the Ambisonics series by USO. These “Runaway Trains” were recorded with a Senneheiser Ambeo and a Sonosax R4+ in and around the Milano Greco Pirelli railway station, which is part of the so-called “Milan Circle Line,” a railway loop which circumnavigates the city.
The library contains a lot of passing trains and ambient sounds recorded very close to the railway, both by day and by night. There has been no further processing, although I did carefully remove all the Italian P.A. announcements, to make life easier for the editors during the sound montage.
A useful bonus, too: you will find some ready-to-use backgrounds as “airfill” between the passing trains to create continuity in a longer scene, if need be. The ambient sounds are also great as a standalone!
Brace for impact! Rupture delivers more than 375 impacts and destruction sound effects, categorized and ready for immediate implementation into any game. It's not only for games though, Rupture would be perfectly suited in any film or media project where high quality impacts, breaks, and destruction are needed. You could think of Rupture as the baby brother to our massive destruction library Matter Mayhem, but Rupture comes with all new recordings, new textures, and new objects. For the price, it's a must-have!
Rupture was created in collaboration with Rick Hernandez, a Los Angeles based professional sound designer. Rick is an accomplished AAA video game sound designer and field recordist. He also works on feature films & television.
Brick breaks/ crushes • Car impacts • Concrete impacts • Dirt, dust, debris • Drywall impacts • Glass breaks, shatters, cracking • Ice explosions • Lights shatters • Marble impacts • Metal impacts • Plaster impacts • Rock crumble, roll, impacts • Sand blasts, debris, dust • Snow impacts • Trees hits • Water splashes • Wood crushes, impacts, breaks – all meticulously embedded with Soundminer & Basehead metadata
Rural Australia is a library that gets you the best material from recording sessions in regional New South Wales. It features a mix of nature ambiences, animal recordings and a bit of Foley to boot. The sound of insects at night, birds singing, spurs jangling, cows braying, male horses in heat and more – it’s all here in one package.
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.
This library consists of countryside sounds captured in the summertime. Recorded in Quadro and Stereo. There are sounds of a village and sounds of nature without human influence.
Recording gear: Sounddevices 744t, Schoeps MS set, Nevaton QUAD MC 50, Oktava MC-012 Double-MS set
Articulated presents the result of several months investigation in the realm of rustling matters:
A toolkit to create presence, reality but also interesting textures and silences.
Light breeze and heavy wind gusts were recorded on many locations: in forests, near shrubs, tall grass, corn fields, and in streets. Leaves were captured fluttering on branches but also whirling and dancing on the ground.
Great amount of variations: Leaves of all shapes (needles, compound, single, broadleaf, dry, twigs, branches,…), and various materials such as plastic, paper, fabric, dirt were recorded.
All of which through various interactions such as shuffle, shake, rub, brush, hit, fiddle, whip, and whoosh.
• Windy foliage in trees
• leaves dancing on the ground
• plants interactions & movements
• shuffling, shaking, brushing, rubbing, hitting, swooshing
• all kinds of leaves shape and many types of vegetation such as grass, broadleaf branch, reeds, maple twigs, bamboos, needles, dry leaves, twigs, straws
• additional texture that can help extend the sonic palette of rustling noises such as plastics, papers, metals, glass, pebbles, dirt, fabric, leather
This sound effects library is a collection of field recordings of freight trains in the San Francisco Bay area with a route along San Jose, Richmond, Oakland, Emeryville, and San Francisco. All the recorded freight trains were old, rusty, and covered in graffiti. When in motion they come alive with very unique sounds such as metal on metal scrapes, heavy thuds, clunking, and screeching noises. All trains were recorded within 15-20 feet from the mic setup of Schoeps 2 CMC 6 U mic bodies, a Schoeps MK4 and MK8 mic capsules, and a Rycote windjammer fed into a Sound Devices 744T.
The Sack Of Coins sound effects library features 34 mono 96kHz files recorded with Rode NTG3, Sennheiser MKH 8040, LOM microphones and Zoom F8. The library covers different money-related activities, from shaking in different containers, rolling and spinning, handling noises, and gathering, touching and more.
• Dropping coins on concrete floor
• Touching, shaking, moving coins with hands
• Sounds of coins in metal container
• Sounds of coins on metal tray
• Sounds of coins on old wooden box
• Sounds of coins on wooden desk
• Sounds of coins in a sack
Need a female robot voice? You can build complete robot voice sentences with Sally77, a friendly female robot voice. It’s perfect as a stand-alone character, an assistant for your main character, or as a guide. The resulting sentences are very intelligible, so that your users will never get lost!
The Sally77 sound effects library contains more than THREE thousands words, chosen amongst the most common English ones. This allows you to build all the sentences you need for your project with this voice.
Sally77 comes with a custom audio browser html file to help you quickly locate, preview and drag & drop the files you need to construct complete sentences.
This SFX library gets you the sounds of the remote San Antonio creek located in the Angeles National Forest – 32 recordings in total. The creek morphs from almost a trickle at 8,000 feet to a large waterfall below, allowing for a wide range of moving water sounds to be captured.
59 Ambiences, most of them are loopeable, from the city of San Francisco, California (USA).
Recorded in October 2019.
Learn more about these recordings: https://soundxplorer.com/the-noise-of-san-francisco
The hot, humid sound of saunas.
Alongside the sound of the sauna itself, this sound library focuses on the impact of water on the incredibly hot rocks. From small water droplets to large splashes, this library features a large range of steam sound effects.
All sounds were recorded using the Schoeps CCM8/CCM4 mid-side microphone, Sennheiser MKH 8020 stereo pair and Sound Devices 788T.
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.
Ambient interior and exterior recordings from Savannah, Georgia – recorded over an 18-month period. It gets you original recordings of sounds like weather, birds and wildlife, oceans, traffic, parks, and much more. More than 2.5 hours of recordings are included from Savannah, Georgia.
This is a 6-channel recording of a 1969 Diesel Saviem TP3 4×4 truck driving off-road on sand dunes in the desert of Lompoul, Senegal.
The library is recorded at 24 bit/48 kHz with 2 DPA 4060 mics in the cabin, 2 DPA 4061 mics in the engine compartment, 1 DPA 4061 on the air intake and a Sennheiser MKH 8040 on the exhaust.
The car sounds nice and gritty, throaty at times, and very rattly in the cabin. It’s certainly something you don’t come by every day.
Scare Tactics is a collection of unsettling atonal textures, menacing drones, abstract hits and ghostly transitions, providing all of the elements needed to construct convincingly creepy horror scenes full of dark ambience, jump scares and ominous presence.
Created using a combination of heavily-processed string instruments, manipulated field recordings and cutting-edge synthesis techniques, these production-ready sounds can be dropped straight into your project out of the box or further tweaked and tailored to your liking with your tools of choice.
Prepare to unleash some serious Scare Tactics on to your audience!
As a bonus, we’ve also included raw recordings of Bells, Violins and a custom-built Waterphone from our friends at 344 Audio in Manchester, UK, as well as recordings of a Prepared Zither from the Glitchedtones archives!
Bonus Content – Instrument Recordings:
36 Prepared Zither
36 Bells (Choice of Dynamic or Condenser Mic versions)
186 Violin (Choice of Dynamic or Condenser Mic versions)
130 Waterphone (Choice of Dynamic or Condenser Mic versions)
Please note, Prepared Zither recordings are at 24/48, everything else is 24/96
Scene Switch: Transitions & Textures features 64 sound elements ready to bring an extra dimension to your cutaways, wipes, time shifts or any kind of motion change.
From subtle swooshes and smooth synth tones to glitched-out, abstract phrases and dramatic noise rushes, as well as serving as a ready-to-go sonic toolkit, this highly malleable bag of tricks is also useful for sound designers looking for inspiring source material to mangle.
With a raw, dark and edgy feel to a lot of the sounds, they are particularly well-suited to Science Fiction, Horror and Dystopian projects. If you're looking for quick fix scene stitch sounds, this one is handy to have around!
This collection features 200 professionally produced science fiction sound effects. These effects are hand-picked from Sound Ideas Series 8000 Sci Fi, Series 6000 and General HD 1 & 2 sound effects libraries. Included are aliens, alarms, whooshes, fly bys, space ships, weapons, servos, robots and much more.
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