Human sound effects and recordings – includes vocal, non-vocal and body sounds
Surround At the Show features 48 HD 24bit/48khz 5.1 Surround Sound Crowd Effects with a large selection of Audience cheers and swells. Recorded in 3 premiere locations in Los Angeles: The Hollywood Bowl, Rose Bowl and Forum during sold out rock concerts.
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 crowd to create the widest possible sound.
A stereo version of each cue is included, as well as embedded metadata. Want a taste of what's included? Download the 5.1 Surround Demo file here and try it out on your own system!
Surround At the Show 2 features 54 24bit / 96 kHz 5.1 Surround Sound Crowd Effects with a large selection of mostly female audience cheers and swells. Recorded in 3 premier locations in Los Angeles: Staples Arena, a Traveling Circus and a large Political Rally. Recorded with discrete Quad microphones, and mastered in 5.1 surround (L-C-R-Ls-Rr-Lf Embedded .WAV format). Recording locations are all from center of the crowd to create the widest possible sound.
A stereo version of each cue is included, as well as embedded metadata. All new, original recordings.
Want a taste of what's included? Download the 5.1 Surround Demo file here and try it out on your own system!
Surround In A Crowd 5.1 features 25 5.1 Surround Sound Effects with a large selection of Interior and Exterior crowds.
Includes interior and exterior recordings from places such as a café, restaurant, park, playground, theatre, museum, courtyard, lobby, classroom, library, subway, shopping mall and more.
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 perspective, captured in the center of a room or crowded space. A stereo version of each cue is included as well as embedded metadata. Most recordings are 2-3 minutes in length.
Want a taste of what's included? Download the 5.1 Surround Demo file for free here.
SWAP is a simple library, but a cool addition to your current collection of Sci-fi sounds because his rarity.
You will find 98 male Digital Screams in 18 files (multiple variations in each file) to evoke human sensations in a digital world.
If the character of your game/movie is being plugged-in to a computerized world or suffering pain in this digital terrain, this collection of unique Screams is great for you.
Scream categories included:
Glitch • Movement • Pain • Plugged-in • Power off • Power on • Simple
A very uncommon library but with good sounds to have. Don’t forget to check out the demo!
Swordfighter is a robust package with sharp sounding swords, heaps of variations and all the extras you need to make a fight come alive. Build unique sword swings with various hits, swooshes, schings, different fighter vocals and impacts on various surfaces. All up there are 137 sword sounds, 93 surface impact sounds, 15 knife throwing sounds, 48 swooshes and 180 fighter vocals.
This version includes two sub-folders: one optimised for a film & TV workflow and the other optimised for video games workflow. Plus a few bonus sounds of a charging army.
A man with a neutral English accent counts from zero to one hundred. Then counts in hundreds to one thousand. Then counts in thousands to ten thousand. Using the various files you can concatenate the files to read any number between 0-10,999 (and beyond if you fancy some creative editing).
Useful for all sorts of games, apps and many other projects.
Get the real sounds of a UK football / soccer match – including crowd reactions covering everything from applause, cheering, booing, chanting, groans, oohs!, misses, goals and more. If you're after real stadium crowd reactions, this one delivers.
The Hand library gets you sounds of the hand on the body.
Features actions such as rub, scratch, pat, catch, hit, snap, clap, slap, punch, finger, hand check, and hand release.
Actions on the hand, the head, the face, the chest, the wrist, the arm, the back, and the shoulder.
A great collection for close combat for example. All sound are very natural and could be easily post processed for your needs.
Avalon VT 737 • Tube Tech CL1B • MD 441 Sennheiser • Neuman U87 • Sanken Co 100K
Let this Foley sound effects pack help you get through the day with a collection of sounds focused on the household bathroom. This is your morning routine, recorded!
Recorded in a small apartment bathroom for a close perspective, this collection of sounds are designed to have only a slight amount of natural room reverb. This is ideal for allowing the editor to just drop the files in a project and move on, while still maintaining that natural sounding, yet close & intimate, perspective.
Sounds include splashing, shaving, flushing, drying, clipping, blowing, trimming, cleaning and many more sounds for your next bathroom, lavatory, locker room or dorm room scene. This Foley sound effect pack contains over 100 stereo files, recorded & mastered in M/S Stereo at 24bit/96khz with Pro Tools comments metadata.
Experience The Mouth like never before in this highly dynamic and creatively adventurous sound library! In this library we explore the many varieties of sounds the human mouth is capable of making. Jam packed full of whistles, yawns, throat singing, gargles, licks, slurps, grunts, throat croaks, beat boxing, monster breaths, deep breathing, consonants, experimental throat sounds, kisses, pops, clicks, teeth biting, teeth grinding, alien howls, explosions, weapons and so much more! Each sound file comes with multiple variations so you can pick the perfect take.
This library is perfect for organic humanoid creations or organic otherworldly sound design. The Mouth gives you the full dynamic experience from carefully recorded loud vocal exclamations to quiet mouth/throat movements. Use the consonants for speech editing or combine many sounds to create natural movement and depth. Add a beat box to your new track for that unique human element or create a natural and creative sound design landscape.
The sounds were created from one male voice actor 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.
Take a trip to the Grocery Store! The Supermarket ambience pack gives you over 12-minutes of shopping ambience delight. We’ve also included 13 HD sound clips and an impulse response. This pack was stealth-recorded with a Zoom H4N and a set of omni directional mics in an A-B configuration.
The Supermarket Ambience Pack comes with everything you see here:
The Torture Chamber puts you right into the perspective of the torture victim. Featuring screams, power tools, floor creaks, bone breaks, shackles, struggles, room tones and more. We captured and designed effects inside and outside of the studio, all in 24Bit 96kHz, allowing for further manipulation.
All vocalisations (and most of the effects) are provided without reverb, so that you can drop them straight into your mix and add your own spatial effects. Perfect for use in Film, TV, Game and horror productions.
Here are the included folders:
Foley: Sounds from both the victim and torturer, including different weapons of choice and the sounds of struggling.
Vocalisations: Screams, shouts and other terrifying vocals.
Ambiences: Roomtones and other elements to build your horrifying chamber.
Incidental Effects: Bursted pipes, distant dog barks, and rat movements to accent the world around your room of pain.
Find more of our sound effects in the store: 344audio.com/store
In honor of April Fools’ Day, SkewSound is proud to present “thefool”. This collection of comedic sounds includes party favors, slide whistles, buzzers, and whoopee cushions. We also recorded instrumental effects such as dobro slides, comedy club sax riffs, timpani glissandos, trombone slides, and even more cowbell. Vocal virtuoso, Chris Rando, contributed tons of laughter, mouth effects, and even vomit and fart noises. Who doesn’t love a little potty humor?
Farts are our bodies’ way of punctuating important moments. Everyone knows this and agrees on it. It’s basically accepted scientific fact.
And now, after decades of research and a couple days of intensely private foley work, George brings you 216 separate files of completely original yet hauntingly familiar fart sounds that will add ripe, satisfying definition to your every soundscape.
Employ George’s rich, mouth-made ass-noises to create emphasis, intrigue, a sense of accomplishment, desperation, true love, and more.
With over 20 minutes of quick bursts and ambient loops, we’re fairly confident when we say you really shouldn’t ever need more fart noises than this.
‘Tinnitus’ by Badlands Sound features twenty ear piercing sounds perfect for your projects. These sounds are becoming iconic in the media industry and are becoming common in films and games.
We believe these sounds will greatly benefit sound editors and sound designers allowing them to skip through the painful process of designing these sounds.
Disclaimer: Music in the audio demo is not included in the product.
‘Tinnitus Designed’ is a collection of 25 sounds to replicate the noises of tinnitus. The library is a realistic approach at creating some of the sounds experienced by people with tinnitus.
Suitable for post-production sound designers.
TOURIST CROWDS is a collection of 30 stereo recordings, specially designed for scenes set in tourist places and points where a mix of different languages is a must. Spanish, English, Chinese, Japanese, Dutch, French… you name it.
In order to avoid unobtrusively sounds, all files are stealth recordings. Therefore, equipment used consists of small handheld recorders (Sony D100 and Zoom H2n). A couple of Clippy stereo mics were also used, plugged into the D100.
Files come in 24 bit and 96 & 48 kHz, with embedded metadata.
Have a scene at an airport? Maybe a temple? A central station? I got you covered.
Looking for authentic ambient sounds of Japanese transportation? Look no further! Field recordist and composer Ryan Ayers travelled to Japan in April of 2019 and captured this wonderful collection. His journey took him from Osaka to Tokyo to Fukuoka and all points in-between. Travel aboard the trains of the JR, the famous Shinkansen, the Hanyu Ferry and more! Explore the train platforms and station terminals of Osaka. Get lost in the Kansai International Airport. There is a subway noodle shop as well as specialty food markets. Authentic walla and natural activity give this collection the ear candy necessary to be an integral part of great soundscapes.
This is a purely recorded sound pack. Nothing is synthetic or layered here. What you hear is exactly what was captured on location. We edited and mastered the files to bring out the best parts of the recordings. Most of the recordings have been ready-made into loops for ease of use. As always, we have embedded the files with detailed metadata for easy database searches.
Another exciting game character voice sound library has arrived. Hello and welcome – AAA Game Character Undead – a riveting collection of interactive, in-game dialogue featuring a grotesque set of fantasy undead creature audio assets. Inside you’ll find over 400+ rich and immersive in-game character audio files, provided in high quality 24bit 96k .wav file format.
The ‘Universal Emotes’ sound library is the largest collection of human voice reactions and emotions spanning across all ages and sexes.
This comprehensive bundle totalizes 8771 files, more than 2850 unique sounds, recorded by 20 actors through more than 40 various actions and emotions.
These sounds are meant to be as ubiquitous as possible, with no speech or actual wordings (only interjections and grunts).
Each of the 8771 files included are thoroughly edited, named and metatagged, making them easy to retrieve and ready to use!
The meticulous categorization of the emotions follows the work of the professor/psychologist Robert Plutchik on the theory of emotions and its famous wheel helping us to distinguish and classify the variety of human being emotions.
Thanks to “The Audioville” and “Vincent Fliniaux” for their support on the Edit and Metadata.
This library comes with 2 download options included : the simple version 96KHz (1 simple file per sound), and the full version 192 Khz with 2 mics variations (2 files) per sound.
This library delivers 70 recordings, each 5 minutes in length and recorded at 96khz at 5 different universities.
You’ll find find a range of distinctive locations from exterior walkways to interior study spaces, stairwells and many more. Each sound file is contains useful metadata describing the location and distinct sounds present in the recording.
All sounds were recorded using the Sound Devices Mix Pre 6 and a stereo pair of Sennheiser MKH 8020s.
Urban Berlin Vol. 1 is the first release from a set of different Sound Librarys from Germany’s Capitol City Berlin. This first Volume contains Sounds like Citylife, Leisure, Traffic and Train Stations, Pleasure Boat, Flea Market, Trade Fair, Shopping and Crowds in different public Situations. Indoor and Outdoor.
Urban Berlin Volume 2 is the brand new library in addition to volume 1, capturing the many sounds of the German capital.
We recorded in the districts: Kreuzberg, Mitte, Charlottenburg and Tiergarten. This Library contains the most-visited places, as well as quiet streets and backyards. Most of these recordings were made during the spring of 2016. For further details about the locations, please read the spread-sheet and take a look on the location photos.
It was completely recorded in MS-Stereo (mid/side Signal) which gives you the great opportunity to handle the stereo-spread in post production. For those of you, who want fast results, we offer you a converted version in full Stereo-spread or take both as a bundle. The excellent Neumann Shotgun MS-Microphone RSM 190i was used in this session.
This mini pack is the result of a short recording session by night around the outskirts of a french city, near Nîmes.
You’ll find around 1 hour of sound with lots of character.
Passing vehicles recording with different points of view, crickets, passing people and different rumble make this pack interesting, creating an unique atmosphere.
Sounds were recorded using Sound Devices 633, in 24bits 96Khz, Schoeps CMC5 Microphones with a MS Setup.
I removed any unintentional and unwanted sounds to get the clearest sound.
All the sounds are raw (No EQ, No Compression, No Fx). You can find Raw M & S files and Stereo MS.
This pack contains 12 sounds, 36 files, all embedded with detailed metadata on Soundminer.
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