Foley sound effects collections featuring everyday objects, movement and common, useful sounds
In need of some distinct bicycle passbys for a street scene? Missing some handling sounds of a bicycle? This library has the answer with superbly captured exterior recordings in the inner city without traffic.
It includes various types of bicycles from the rattling sounds of a drunken cyclist or the smooth whirring of a nicely maintained bicycle with it’s headlight dynamo or the violent shrieking of a bicycle about to fall apart.
And if that’s not enough you can always add more drama with the various handling effects we recorded, bounces / scrapes / skids / rattles it’s all here.
Everything recorded in XY stereo and well described to make finding that one distinct bike easier.
However, we are aware that some people have different needs for different purposes, so we’ve created a Metadata Reference Guide that explains the structure. And because we’ve automated the metadata proces, you can be confident that a ‘find & replace’ command will always replace all instances.
If you have any questions about this, contact us!
Additionally, we added Markers to some wave files, so specific sound events are easy to spot in Soundminer or other database apps.
This library is part of the complete ‘City Bicycles’ library package available at www.frickandtraa.com. It consists of all 4 bicycles and includes additional surfaces and extras ranging from one-off bicycle passes captured in the city and bounces and rattles. The extra bicycles surfaces and additional effects are also available seperately here on ‘a Sound Effect’. If you’ve bought a single library and want to upgrade to the full package, contact us for a reduced price on the complete City Bicycles library. Every part of City Bicycles that you paid for will get you an extra reduction on the full package.
344 AUDIO: ‘City Bicycles has a plethora of content, for a great price. The perfect balance between a great concept, great presentation and outstanding execution, lands them an almost perfect score of 4.9..‘
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Get an footstep SFX pack with professionally recorded civilian male footsteps (in casual boots) on 8 different surface types: Concrete (asphalt or stone), wood, water, metal surfaces, ground, grass, gravel and snow.
Each surface type includes the following footstep sounds: walking, running, stealthy crouched movement.
Each movement type contents five separated footstep sounds (one step per WAV file).
Meet CLOSETS_Small Doors, the first Household library from SoundFxWizard.
Closets is a collection of 106 high quality 24-bit 96khz recordings of opening/closing and locking/unlocking households.
It contains drawers, doors, washing machines, wardrobes and also small objects like chest, dvd box, cassette player.
All sounds has been recorded and edited by talented sound designer Vincenzo Bellanova and thanks to their neutral mastering are perfect to fill sound effects needs in films and videos.
The Cloth sound effects library is dedicated to cloth and textile movement sound effects.
It features a wide range of different materials being handled, such as backpacks, pillows, sheets, leather belts and jackets, table cloths, shirts, canvases, gloves, rain jackets, chinos, jeans, pullovers and much more.
The Cloth SFX library was recorded using a highly sensitive Sennheiser MKH8040 microphone and a Sounddevices 702t recorder with ultra low noise preamps, to capture the sometimes subtle nuances these materials produce.
Clothes and Accessories is a library with several clothes, bags, hats, glove and many other Fabric/Tissue things. The bundle includes 747 files recorded at 96khz – 24bits.
It’s a package of Manipulation, Slapping, Scratching, Shaking, and Tear up clothes. You can find inside, Fabric Backpack, Canvas Jacket, Pen housing, Cap, Carpet, Fabric Case, Cloths Impact, Fabric Belt, Lace, Ribbon, Flag, Jeans jacket, Pant, Leather belt, Handbag, and Jacket, Tissue Wallet, Mesh, Pillow, Plastic, Raincoat, Rubber Glove, Shirt, Sport bag, Sweater, T-shirt and Velcro sounds.
All that you need for your clothing design.
Each sound has been meticulously edited individually, All files were recorded and are delivered in 24bit 96kHz Broadcast Wave files, all embedded with metadata information for easy import and ensure fast and easy workflow.
Take advantage of 287 MB of high-quality recordings of clothing foley for your latest foley project. Recorded with a Sennheiser MKH-416 and a DPA 4062, this library contains a superb selection of various materials, from denim jeans to wool jackets and more.
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.
Clothing Foley HD is a collection of four different outfits performing walking Foley at various speeds without shoes. Also included are various body pats, buttons, zippers, and cloth sounds like shifting, reaching, rubbing, and pocket sounds.
Clothing Foley HD highlights:OUTFITS:
Jeans + T-shirt
Khakis + Button Down Shirt
Suit + Tie (suit pants, suit coat, button down shirt, necktie)
Snow Pants + Winter Coat
Walking Foley – without shoe sounds, various speeds for each outfit
Material Sounds – reaching, shifting, rubbing
Pockets – hands going in and out, rustling around, inserting and removing cell phone
Body Pats – various strengths on each material, on belly, legs, back, arms
Zippers – jeans, khakis, suit pants, winter coat
Buttons – suit coat, winter coat, button down shirt
Tie Sounds – tying, untying, adjusting
This library is a collection of cloth and sponge sounds on various surfaces at varying degrees of wetness. It’s a collection of Foley sounds that we always seem to need, but often can’t find. Each track includes multiple movements and surfaces. The recordings are mono and unprocessed, so they sound natural and can be easily placed in your stereo field.
All tracks recorded with a Neumann KMR81 microphone.
Coffee Shop features the acoustical surroundings of a cosy bar in the Old Town of a central European city. The full version of the library encompasses a complete day at the bar and is suitable for all kinds of appropriate sceneries as well as source material for elevated sound design (coffee machine, grinder, pouring liquids etc.).
The material contains various activities of waitress and cleaning persons that arrive in the early morning to prepare the bar for opening. Furthermore several long takes of the typical coffee shop athmosphere of chatting and laughing guests at different times of the day are included.
All relevant waitress activities are recorded from at least two different spots so that the desired sound is available as close-up or with the characteristic ambience of a coffee shop. The library is rounded off with steady room tones of fridges and ventilation taken at night. For detailed description of included material please check the metadata sheets.
This sound library contains a multitude of coins on different surfaces with a wide variety of performances. The coins come from different countries and some are no longer minted. I also used heavy centenary coins to simulate old world coins for your gaming audio needs.
All content was recorded using high-quality, professional equipment – Neumann KMR81i and Sound Devices. All files were recorded at: 24bit, 96 kHz in an acoustically treated room. Meta Data is also included.
‘Coins’ by Badlands Sound includes 100+ clean and high-quality coin sounds. Everything from one coin, a few, too many coins dropping on various surfaces like wood, water, metal, and other coins. Also, includes Foley sounds of grabbing coins perfect for film and video games.
Combat Cloth! is the perfect cloth movement library to enhance the sound of the fighting scenes of your project.
The library has been recorded with a Neumann u89 (Hypercardiod) and Audient Mic Pre.
All files contain extensive metadata to quickly find the sounds you’re looking for.
The Complete Audio Hero Sound Packs bundle features all 35 of our popular sound packs. In total this collection features an astounding 6,314 professionally recorded sound effects from a wide variety of categories. This bundle consists of the following packs:
Animals Volume 1
Animals Volume 2
Animals Volume 3
Animals Volume 4
Cartoon Volume 1
Cartoon Volume 2
Cartoon Volume 3
Cartoon Volume 4
Horses & More
Rodents & Reptiles
Space Whooshes & Winds
Abbot FV433 Tank
Chieftain FV4201 Tank
FV432 APC Tank
M4 Sherman Easy 8 Tank
Soviet T-54 Tank
Military Hummer H1 (Humvee)
Walla Volume 1
Walla Volume 2
Walla Volume 3
Wolves & Coyotes
‘Concrete Foot Work’ by Badlands Sound includes 274 high-quality footsteps perfect for your projects.
The library features five different types of shoes; Boots, Heels or Dress Shoes, Leather Smart Shoes, Old Shoes, and Trainers on three different surfaces – Concrete, Gritty Concrete, and Wet Concrete.
Turn up the heat in the kitchen and enjoy a delicious culinary adventure your audience will relish and love. Chop the veggies, pour the spices, Cooking Game is here with a stunning collection of game sound effects that features a curated palette of vibrant audio cuisine, bubbly mobile game sound and cute heartwarming SFX.
The true delight of cooking night. 208 to recreate the sounds of busy home kitchen
This sound library contains a wide variety of creaks, squeaks and squeals. All content was recorded using high-quality, professional equipment, such as Sennheiser MKH-8050, Neumann Kmr81i, Rode NTG3, and Sony PCM-d100.
This unique sound library contains 145 files with over 1300 high-quality sounds from a wide variety of sources, including materials such as glass, rusty ladders, wicker baskets, vintage leather jackets, and large ovens. These sounds can be used for traditional foley, eerie horror, or for any sound design you can imagine. Metadata is provided.
A library containing a number of objects being picked up, put down and moved around on a number of surfaces including wood, glass and metal.
A sfx library containing a number of different glasses and cups filled with liquid interacting with various surfaces including wood, metal and glass.
Cuff ‘Em is a collection of all things handcuff. Lock up the villain using the Smith & Wesson 100-1 series nickel plated carbon steel handcuff. Use the key to unlock and unlatch to make your escape. Pick up and drop the cuffs on numerous surfaces. Surfaces include: Wood Table, Resonant Wood Table, Carpet, Carpeted covered Hardwood, Hardwood Floor, Two Metal Tables, Resonant Metal Table, Chaise Lounge, and Leather Drum Stool. Also included is opening and closing of the latches, fidget and jiggle around, spin on different surfaces, and more!
60 files, 51 minutes, with over 2,285 sounds in total! Recordings decoded from MS into stereo using the Sennheiser MKH8050, MKH30 microphones into a Sound Devices Mix Pre-6 Recorder.
All files are metadata tagged using Basehead and Soundly.
This library is a collection of various curtains and blind sounds. For both curtains and blinds, we recorded various materials mounted in a number of ways for a diverse, well rounded selection of unique sounding effects for an often generalized household sound.Each track includes multiple movements. The recordings are mono and unprocessed, so they sound natural and can be easily placed in your stereo field.
All tracks recorded on the Zoom H5 using the Neumann KMR81
Daily Doors brings you 147 household doors (those ones present in every project) opening and closing, recorded simultaneously from a close and a distant perspective. One of the main problems with doors is that they tend to sound “too close”. A door will sound different depending on where the microphone is placed. By using two different mics, we tried to achieve that goal and match the camera point of view.
Close perspective is around 50 centimeters far away from the source, whereas the distant one is around 2-3 meters far away, depending on the room size.
Distant perspective is in M/S. Both M/S Decoded and RAW are included in the library, so you can play with it as you please: using only the close one, using both close and distant, using just the distant one, decoding it to mono, wider… The list is endless.
Unless it wasn’t possible due to the nature of the sound, all sounds were recorded in two different intensities: Hard and Soft. Each file contains at least 3 different takes opening and closing, making a total of more than 1400 door sounds.
Some other actions, apart from opening and closing, have been also included, such as knocking on doors, slamming, forcing handles, locking and unlocking doors, door chains and latches.
All files are in 96 kHz/24 bit and meta-tagged, both in Soundminer and BWAV.
Close Perspective: Sennheiser 8050, Sennheiser 416
Distant Perspective: Sennheiser 418, AKG CK93 & 94, Zoom H2n
Recorders: Zoom F8, Sound Devices 633
Front Door, Kitchen, Living Room, Bathroom, Bedrooms, Hallway, Backyard, Terrace, Fridges, Freezers, Ovens, Windows, Wardrobes, Washing Machine, Cabinets, Drawers, Microwaves, Dryer, Dishwasher, Squeaky Knobs, Latches, Door Chains, Wooden Doors, Sliding Doors.
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 DIAL IT Collection collection is divided into three packs (and is available in a bundle too):
On the look out for a dial/rotary phone or a gear rotation for a robot? DIAL IT_Pack 01 is just a pitch bend away! In this pack are pick ups, hand ups, slams, detaching cable, dialing 0-9 at multiple speeds, various buttons on the phone and base, and more! Pack 01 contains over 1738 Sounds recorded over two different microphones, or over 869 takes per microphone all bundled in a total of 78 files. Pack 01 was recorded at 96 kHZ, 24 Bit using the Sennheiser MKH60 and the Rode NT5. Exported mono .wav files.
Hey there! DIAL IT_Pack 02 here. I include sound files of a Dial/Rotary phone that is meant to hang vertically. I am filled with variation of pick ups, hand ups, slams, shaking, rattling, dialing 0-9 at multiple speeds, various buttons and switches on the phone and base, and more! I top over 1998 sounds recorded using two microphones, or 999 sounds per one microphone. I am packaged in a total of 96 sound files recorded at 96 kHZ, 24 Bit using the Sennheiser MKH60 and Sennheiser MKH8050 microphones. Exported mono .wav files.
All sounds are meta-data tagged using Soundly and Basehead. Also available in a bundle combining all three packs – at a nice discount.
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