User interface (UI) sound effects and interaction sound elements and components
This is a small collection of 180 easy-to-use futuristic interface sound effects.
All sounds categorized by the most popular cases in production, such as Alarm, Beep, Button, Confirm, Deny, Telemetry, Text, Noise, and others.
Also, it contains two main sub category: Simple (could be used as a layer in complex sound design) and Complex (which already consists of several layers).
This library is a fast, easy, effective and extremely affordable way to complete your production tasks.
• 180 ready-to-use sound effects with alterations
• Futuristic computer interface sounds
• Categorized as Simple and Complex
• Most popular types of effects: Alarm, Beep, Button, Confirm, Deny and others
• Contains metadata for search engines
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.
CYBESPHERE is a collection of 340 carefully designed and rendered UI/HUD sound effects.
CS consists of classic analog-like and FMish sounds, multi-layered, experimental ones-shots and sequences and
hybrid, animated, organic-feeling sound effects you won't find anywhere else.
UI/HUD beeps, alarms, calculations, opens and closes, glitches and more. Please have a look at attached SFX list.
CREATED WITH: Pro Tools, Live, Reaktor, Modular.
The Cyborg Collection features a wide assortment of over 3000 Sci-Fi sound effects ranging from small user interfaces to massive robots.
Everything from simple droids to powerful plasma rifles and futuristic transformations are included in this 3.2GB library. Check out the track listing here to see the variety of robots, interfaces, weaponry, vehicles and spacecraft included in the collection.
Are you looking for a dark-sounding user interface sound library? Something that calls back to movies like Prometheus or Oblivion? Then look no further. This library is made for sci-fi films and games, with its futuristic loops, drones, transitions, buttons, glitches and plenty more. These are the sounds that can flesh out the advanced technology in your spacecraft's cabin as it wanders deep in the outer limits of the universe.
Databending: A digital art form where flaws in digital systems are exploited and used for creative purposes.
Data Disruption contains 200 sounds sourced from raw computer files which have been interpreted as audio data. Bitmaps, executables, plugin files and more have been exploited to bring you a unique, varied collection of sound effects and atmospheres ready for a range of productions.
This sound collection has 100 'raw' files which include harsh, random data noises, intense drones and a versatile selection of glitch one shots as well as 100 processed sounds which were subject to extreme editing and mangling to deliver an array of abstract sonic artefacts.
Most useful for scenarios where computer technology – known or otherwise – is glitching out, these sounds are best suited to Science Fiction productions which call for the noise of broken communications, signal failures, ailing machines, industrial settings, planetary ambience and dystopian soundworlds.
That's not to say they won't also come in handy for Glitch/IDM music producers looking to build up an original collection of sounds for their latest kit, or for the creative sound designer to further shape these sounds into anything from user interface clicks, blips and bleeps to surreal soundscapes and beyond.
Data Processing is a sound effects library that emulates the movement of data and adds digital texture to your sound design.
Use these effects as building blocks to build digital, robotic, harsh, abstract and glitchy sound design or music. Also great as user interface elements.
We recorded and designed data transfer from 5G, WIFI, Solid State Drives, USB-C and more, as well as using analogue synthesizers, guitar pedals and raw data files to enhance the library.
Find more of our sound effects in the store: 344audio.com/store
It is more than a simple glitching sound collection, it’s a powerful tool for designing any kind of digital data process and transfer, data scanning and storing for hud, UI and even for sci-fi film production.
All audios have been done by awarded music composer and sound designer Damian Sanchez using high-quality synthesizers and audio processors and they have been edited and mastered for cinematic purposes. Including buttons, beeps, switches, alarms, devices behavior, consoles …
The library provides audio files at 96 kHz / 24 bit carefully edited and mastered, ready to be used in your favorite DAW.
‘Data Transfer’ is a collection of 52 designed analog and digital sounds that characterise the sound of data being transferred.
All files are 1 minute or longer in duration and are metatagged.
Designed Circuits features 272 cinematic sci-fi sound effects, ambiences, glitches, drones, and more, that range from heavily designed to basic elements. It captures the essence of electric circuits and transforms them into something new.
Recorded with a LOM Elektrosluch 3+, designed with various fx tools.
Created in collaboration with sound designer Will Organ.
272 24bit/96kHz WAV files / Meta-tagged
38 Noise Bursts
10 Source Recordings
Digital Dust delivers 128 tracks of pure digital bit-crushing distortion, deep atmospheric drones, and ear-piercing interface sounds.
Digital Dust is not your usual clean and modern computer command sound effects library. All sounds have been designed from real world electrical or organic recorded sounds.
Granulated, stretched, pitched and mangled in endless chains of plugins and hardware, for very different and almost apocalyptic kinds of rogue computer command sounds. The samples can easily be stretched or processed even more, for even weirder sound fx.
'District 10 – Mothership Sound Effects' from Bluezone Corporation contains over 178 complex science fiction SFX. This massive sound library was created with meticulously sampled sources and twisted using complex synthesis techniques: organic textures, command center ambiences, interior and machine background sounds, explosions and debris, alarms, beep and interface sounds, alien mothership textures and much more. This sample library comes to you in 24-bit high definition and is licensed to you as royalty-free so you can use it in your commercial projects at no extra cost.
This comprehensive sound collection contains all sound effects made by The Sound Pack Tree. It includes 10,000 diverse sounds from a large variety of categories such as:
All sound files have been edited carefully to be as useful as possible in post production and game audio workflows. Wherever applicable, sounds are seamless loopable. All sounds have clear, catchy file names and rich metadata keywords. The duration of this library is 42 hours while all files have been edited to a meaningful, non-exaggerating length.
Two versions are included in your download – you can either choose one or download both of them:
The audio content of both versions is 100% identical.
All files from all 17 sound libraries yet released by The Sound Pack Tree are included – and additionally, more than 3,500 various sound FX.
This one-folder library is made for quick & easy use, not for endless searching. You will find common sounds as well as tons of rarities and practical material, so this sound library serves the novice as well as the established sound designer.
Industrial, heart-stopping and threatening loops featuring evacuation alarms, hazard alerts, big heart-stopping whams, military threat sirens, security breach warnings, emergency calls, and distress signals. Each piece of sound design features five different variations (A, B, C, D, and E) each with its own unique flavor and stylistic approach which allows the user to cover a wider range of professional work by adapting his/her favorite samples to the needs of a particular project.
Electric Arcs and Energy is essentially two separate collections of sounds. The first, Electrical Arcs are more raw. These arc sounds can be manipulated and mangled to be used as design elements in your project. They are highly flexible and can easily be pitch-shifted -48 semitones or more. They remain remarkably useful and clean giving each sound multiple “dimensions”.
The Electrical Energy collection is a series of more specified design elements that I created – Impacts and Powerups. Meant to be used in Weapon or UI design they should be flexible enough to be used as stand-alone effects or layers in more complex sounds.
This library was designed from scratch by recording highly unconventional metal sources with a cello bow and processing them (see one example in video). Great care was taken during the recording and editing process to ensure maximum flexibility of these sounds. The recording was done at 24/192kHz using the Sennheiser MKH 2050 mic which captures frequencies up to 50kHz. All processing and design was then performed at 192kHz.
If you own the Forge Sound Design Toolkit this library also comes with a specially curated sample map. The sample map can be loaded into the sampler for randomization and the creation of more complex sounds.
We came across an old Sanyo Cash register which was still working – so we went all-in and recorded it. We used two Sennheiser MKH8040 and a DPA 4060 to get a variety of buttons, switches, and printing noises. They all cover different and unique perspectives.
Recorded with a magnetic coil microphone, this library unveils the hidden, rich sound-world of your household appliances and a 3D printer at work. It records the oscillations in the electric sound field that’s emitted from electrical devices. Also includes several longer sequences that can be used as building blocks for creating your now sci-fi sounds, and more…
When you need Electric Typewriters Sounds, this composite SFX collection of 4 and half (yes half, one machine was broken) (old) electric typewriters delivers. You will find sounds ranging from opening/closing covers, pressing keys, random typing, electric motor movements of the writing head, mechanic-hammering of the letters, small mechanical levers and more.
Of course the sounds can be used for interfaces (and, well, electric typewriters!) – but they could also easily be mangled and mutilated for some great robotic and futuristic stuff. Try it yourself. All sounds were recorded with a Sennheiser MKH8050 through a UA Apollo 8 and a RODE NTG-3 through a Sound Devices 744T. All sounds are royalty free.
• Panasonic R300
• Olivetti Lettera E501
• Sharp PA-4000
• Triumph+Adler Gabriele 100
• Erika 3006
We’re surrounded by a range of electromagnetic frequencies undetectable to the human ear. Unique whines, hums, buzzes, bleeps & drones hidden in plain site. With the help of JrF induction pick-up microphones, I’ve recorded the EMF signal generated by a numerous electronics including synthesizers, computers, dvd players, lights, hard drives, gaming consoles and other household devices.
All sounds were recorded using the Sound Devices Mix-Pre 6 and a stereo pair of JrF induction pick-up microphones.
Skip all the hassle and wasted time trying to find the right sounds. Explainer Video Sound Kit has everything you need to create dynamic sound tracks for video ads, commercials, animations, marketing and explainer videos. Importantly, it’s all royalty-free and an unbeatable time saving value.
As you know, creators of motion graphics, animations and explainer videos struggle mightily with finding the right sound effects for their projects. Sadly, wasting lots of time and energy. That’s why we created the Explainer Video Sound Kit. It’s an all-in-one power pack that gets your project done fast. 1200 designed sounds, cinematic elements, transitions, Foley, natural and organic sounds and a sweet selection of background music all ready to go.
Instantly take your production to a new level of engaging sound. Create compelling audio/video experiences easier than ever. Save time and level up your audio skills like a pro with the Explainer Video sound library!
Glistening bursts of ear candy from Async Audio. Ideal for UI sounds, item sounds, or to add some sparkle to your next project.
Click for email support: Contact us anytime for custom sound effects, edits, or to let us know what type of pack we should make next.
More than 500 sound effects inspired by hit computer games like World of Warcraft, and Diablo. Tell your story, equip your quest and outfit the adventures in your fantasy world with imaginative and immersive sounds, effects and creative crafted audio. Fantasy Game empowers today’s game developers, audio remixers, sound designers engineers, DJs and even game oriented modern podcasters with an ultra exciting collection of designed sounds derived from stunning 192k source recordings.
The Floppy Drives sound effects library features recordings of seven computer disk drives: two 3.5″ floppy drives, one 5.25″ floppy drive, three Zip drives, and one SuperDisk drive.
All drives were taken apart to access and manipulate the stepper/eject motors to create unique sounds. These range from electronic percussive bleeps and glitchy noises, to electromechanical motor movements.
An Arduino UNO microcontroller board was connected to one of the 3.5″ floppy drives, allowing precise control of the drive’s stepper motor via custom software code. A midi keyboard was interfaced to the system, giving the ability to control the back-and-forth movement of the read/write heads via notes on the keyboard. This essentially turned the drive into an instrument, producing a new set of sounds not existing in the drive’s normal functions.
This library was created to provide designers with drag and drop sounds for sweeps, fades, surges, swells, and other embellishments. Each of the sounds in this collection were designed to be used to heighten events, but they can be mashed, stacked, and chopped to create all sorts of eclectic designs. There are plays on musical concepts as well as thematic events, with each sound purposefully building up, culminating in a peak moment, and then dissipating in some way. They are organized into 100 families (designs) with 5 variations each, ranging wildly in topic, movement, duration, dynamics, attack, release, loudness, density, and speed. Some are natural and organic while others are completely rigid and synthetic (and some fall variably in between).
If you need to festoon the heck out of a scene or event in your project…If you need some complex SFX designs craftily layered and ready-to-go…If you need a diverse set of easy-to-tweak, overflowing sonic enrichment, then look no further. You've found it.
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