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User Interface (UI)

User interface (UI) sound effects and interaction sound elements and components

  • Fun Casual Sounds contains over 600 professionally designed sound effects!

    A perfect collection of fun sounds suitable for all types of sound designers, video editors, game developers or anyone who needs a large range of high quality fun sound effects ready to use out-of-the-box. Great for both quickly prototyping and the finished product. Designed specifically for games, video and other media by award winning sound designers.

    This pack also includes a variety of 150 bonus sounds effects from our full library Pro Sound Collection. ALL sounds from Fun Casual Sounds are included Pro Sound Collection so if you need more sounds be sure to check it out before purchase.

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  • ‘Future Interface’ by Cinematic Sound Design delivers a huge collection of futuristic interface sound effects. Developed to be used within your upcoming game, app, advertisement, film or other type of project, these sounds will enhance your project and take it up to the next level.

    This collection was designed using some of the best quality equipment available today: Access Virus Ti virtual analog synthesiser, DSI Prophet analog synthesiser, Waldorf Pulse 2. We have also used a Sound Devices 702 field recorder, a pair of Neumann KM184 microphones and an Apogee Symphony AD/DA for additional processing and routing.

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  • The G4F SFX11 – ExoInterface soundbank is dedicated to futuristic interfaces.

    The library contains high-quality sounds recorded or synthesized at 96 kHz/24 bit. This soundbank is ideal for science-fiction and futuristic worlds and environments.

    Sound Designers: Benjamin Michenaud & Alexandre Bobe

    Features UI sound elements such as:

    Action confirmed – Action refused – Cursor click – Misc – Process – Close screen – Open screen

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  • Galactic Assistant is the first synthesizer software specifically made for creating hi-tech interface sounds. Developed for sound designers and musicians alike, it's the perfect companion for creating a new sonic universe. Use it to design your own hi-tech interface sounds or create glitch or highlights for your musical project.
    If you need even more interface sounds, Galactic Assistant is still included for free with our Users of Tomorrow soundpack, which contains over 1,800 different high-tech interface sounds, created by our sound design team using some of the most leading audio tools and software.

    Galactic Assistant is now for Reaktor, Max4Live, and Standalone – all three versions included here

    Features:

    • One tone generator
    • Two beep generators
    • One FM synth module
    • Save and recall presets
    • Randomized parameters
    • Record and export audio files within the synth while performing
    • Shift click on knobs & sliders to midi learn and control them
    • Compatible with Mac and PC (32 bit and 64 bit) Reaktor5.5 or higher, Max4Live, and Standalone


    System Requirements:

    An Intel® Mac with Mac OS X 10.7 (or later), OR a PC with Windows 7 (or later); Multicore processor; 2 GB RAM; 1024×768 display.
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  • The first in a series of Game & UI Interface sound effects brings you unique button clicks, hits, movements and special sounds perfect for apps, games or animations. All sounds have been meta tagged so they'll be easily searchable in Soundminer, ready to use.

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  • A compilation of Jingles, Stingers, and SFXs from 6 of our music packs! This sound pack consists of 223 Positive/Neutral/Negative musical jingles, stingers, and SFXs (notification, buttons, farming sounds, impact and more!) Everything you hear, even the music is included in the pack except for ambient sounds (birds & forest).

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  • Game Audio Packs Gamemaster Pro Sound Collection Play Track 8076 sounds included, 189 mins total $49

    Pro Sound Collection is the highest quality and most affordable sound library you will find. The ultimate collection of 8076 ready to use sound effects!!!

    This is the perfect collection of sounds for all types of sound designers, game developers and video editors who need a large range of high quality sound effects ready to use. Designed specifically for games, film and other media by award winning sound designers.

    What’s included? EVERY sound Gamemaster Audio ever made! ALL our other other sound libraries (plus other sounds) have been packed into in this amazing sound collection.

    Pro Sound Collection Includes:
    Fun Animal Voices $25
    Explosion Sound Pack $10
    Footstep and Foley Sounds $10
    Fun Casual Sounds $15
    Fun Character Voices $10
    Gun Sound Pack $19
    Guns, Bullets and Explosions $35
    Human Vocalizations $25
    Magic and Spell Sounds $25
    Punch and Combat Sounds $29
    Retro 8 Bit Sounds $15
    Sci-Fi Sounds and Sci-Fi Weapons $25
    Silenced Gun Sounds $25
    Troll Monster Vocalizations $10

    Total value $278!!!

    Sound Categories:

    • Alarms • Ambience • Animals • Beeps • Bullets • Buttons • Cartoon • Cinematic • Collectibles • Comedy • Doors • Electricity • Explosions • Fire • Foley • Footsteps • Guns • Hums • Items • Levers • Magic • Misc. • Nature • Powerups • Punches • Retro/8Bit • Sci-Fi • Snow / Ice • Switches • User Interface • Voice • Water • Weapons • Whooshes + MANY MORE!

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  • Looking for quality glass clink sounds or glass textures to enrich your project audio? ‘Glassware Resonance’ delivers all that – and more.

    The main part of the library consists of glass clink and ring sounds. The library features 16 different glasses with a lot of variations.

    The second part of the library consists of bowed effects, performed with wine and whisky glasses. These sounds are more experimental and have an almost creature-like moans and groans-feel to them. Very useful sounds for otherworldly sounds, or if you want to add some unique layers to your creature sounds.

    You get the sounds in two formats: 96 KHz 24 bit and in 44.1 KHz 16 bit, for more convenient ways of utilizing the sounds in games and other media.

    Don’t forget to check out the ‘Glassware Resonance Bundle’ which gives you both of the libraries with a special bundle discount price!

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  • The ‘Glassware Resonance bundle’ combines ‘Glassware Resonance‘ and ‘Glassware Resonance Two‘ libraries together and brings you over 750+ high quality rings, clinks and bowed effects recorded with 38 different glass objects.

    The ring and clink sounds are really useful when you want to add that high frequency impact layer to your user interface elements or even experiment with the tail sounds to create otherworldly drone ambiences.

    The bowed effect sounds are more experimental and have that almost creature like moans and groans feel to them. Very useful sounds for example if you want to add some unique layers to your creature sounds.

    Objects included:
    Beer Pint • Bowl Small • Bowl Large • Candle Holder • Chalice • Champagne Glass • Container Small • Container Medium • Container Large • Crystal Bowl Small • Crystal Bowl Large • Crystal Chalice • Crystal Mug • Dessert Cup • Drinking Glass • Flower Vase • Glencairn Whisky Glass • Jar • Jug Small • Jug large • Serving Plate • Sparkling Wine Glass • Vase • Whisky Glass Tulip • Wine Glass Small • Wine Glass

    You get the sounds in two formats: 96 KHz 24 bit and in 44.1 KHz 16 bit, for more convenient ways of utilizing the sounds in games and other media.

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  • The second library in the 'Glassware Resonance' series brings you more high quality glass ring and clink sounds to enrich the audio of your next project.

    'Glassware Resonance Two' nicely compliments the first 'Glassware Resonance' library by adding 22 new glass objects – closely recorded in a quiet room with the Sony D100 handheld recorder.

    These sounds are really useful when you want to add that high-frequency impact layer to your user interface elements, or even experiment with the tail sounds to create otherworldly drone ambiences.

    You get the sounds in both 24 bit / 96kHz + in 16 bit / 44 kHz for more convenient ways of utilizing the sounds in games and other media.

    Don’t forget to check out the ‘Glassware Resonance Bundle’ which gives you both of the libraries with a special bundle discount price!

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  • Game Audio Packs Gliss Bliss Play Track 100 sounds included, 4 mins total $15 $8

    Perfect for blissful moments in game audio or in tv/film! 100 glissandi with a wide variety of different instruments performing a wide variety of different gliss, slides, swoops and flourishes. Great for magical moments, chest opens, surprise elements, transitions, and much more.

    Music is only heard in the demo. Downloads are high resolution and without background music.

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  • The Boom, Crackle and Scream library is the first in a planned series of Glitch Factory mini libraries.  This library uses sounds recorded of Fireworks ranging from large booms to small sparklers and mangles them into interesting textures in varying degrees.

    The sounds have been manipulated using analog synthesizers, custom Reaktor instruments and other types of granular processing.  They will work well for Sci-Fi weapon layers, user interface sounds and more.

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  • THE GLITCH SFX TOOLKIT

    In this library, you will find electronic sounds that can be used on a variety of applications such as Sci-Fi projects, computer glitches, faulty equipment, robots and much more.

    All of the files were designed from scratch – no pre-existing sounds were used – and they are sourced from actual computer errors, generating original sounds.

    Included, you will find a folder called “TELEVISION_&_RADIO”. The files in that folder have an EQ applied to them to simulate the effect of the sounds coming out of those pieces of equipment. This will save you time – you don’t have to worry about processing them and can drag & drop them into your projects.

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  • The Glitch UI SFX library delivers a collection of user interface sounds created from mangled video files, circuit bent keyboards and dying hard drives.

    Pops, clicks, glitches and transitions, all sourced from our Error Tone library but re-edited and processed specifically for sound designers with extensive Soundminer metadata.

    Contains sounds which will work for all your user interface feedback needs, from retro computer interfaces to modern tablets to futuristic sci-fi UIs.

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  • This is Part 01 of the “GlitchFX Percussion Sounds 01” Sample collection It contains over hundreds of dirty, glitchy percussive sounds to spice up your tracks.
    Noisy hats, dirty percussion sounds, devestated kicks and mutilated snare drums. Everything far from clean.
    Fits perfectly for electronic music like GlitchHop, EDM, Trap, Dubstep, HipHop and many others. And of course for any kind of sound design.

    • 102 x Claps & Snares
    • 80 x Kicks
    • 45 x Hats & Noise
    • 104 x Percussions
    • 180 Glitch, Dirty & SFX
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  • This is Part 01 of the “GlitchFX Percussion Sounds 02” Sample collection: It contains over hundreds of dirty, glitchy percussive sounds to spice up your tracks.

    Noisy hats, dirty percussion sounds, devestated kicks and mutilated snare drums. Everything far from clean.
    Fits perfectly for electronic music like GlitchHop, EDM, Trap, Dubstep, HipHop and many others. And of course for any kind of sound design.

    • 102 x Claps & Snares
    • 80 x Kicks
    • 45 x Hats & Noise
    • 104 x Percussions
    • 180 Glitch, Dirty & SFX
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  • The Hard Drives sound effects library features recordings of four hard disk drives (3.5 inch – 5400 & 7200 RPM). All essential hard drive sounds are included (boot up, read/write/copy/delete, power down) that will work great for general computer sounds and ambience.

    Each hard drive was opened up, manipulated, and ultimately destroyed to create a collection of raw, abstract and unique sounds. Found materials such as metal, cardboard, plastic, and tools were used to control the hard drive's motor, platter, and head actuator. These sounds work especially well for creating the sounds of mechanical robot movements, electric motors, and futuristic machinery.

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  • Foley HD Source Play Track 4725 sounds included, 210+ mins total $149 $129

    An incredible assortment of organic, elemental and abstract source files at delivered in .WAV 192k 24Bit. The beauty of this library besides the stunning  recorded quality is that it was recored with top gear like Apogee Symphony and Sennheiser MKH 416 in a professional sound studio. This is a go to pack to grab for those wanting the cleanest audio files to manipulate.

    Includes sounds such as:

    307 Abstract Source files • 264 Cinematic • 125 Clicks Hits and Buttons • 202 Cloth and Plastic • 132 Construction • 185 Household • 165 Kitchen • 54 Laundry and Bathroom • 1080 Metals • 67 Metal Chains • 177 Metal Slide • 196 Pantry Cabnets Pots • 63 Paper • 214 Plastic • 360 Tools and Machines • 1151 Bonus files (Mud, Stone, Dirt, Glass, Clicks + more)

    A total of more than 4700 files in 24 bit / 192 kHz – 18 GB in total

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  • Sci-Fi High Tech Interface Sounds Play Track 290 sounds included $30

    Looking for futuristic interface sounds? The High Tech Interface Sounds library is a targeted solution for just that. It features 280 sound effects in categories like Beeps, Buttons, Clicks, Data Processing, Micro High Tech and more – created by Sergey Eybog, who recently won an award for his user interface sound design.

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  • Hologram Room [USO001] is the first bundle of the abstract Sound Design Collection produced by Matteo Milani.
    These two gigabytes of “ready to use” original sound elements are designed to help you sweetening and enhancing your sound production. The whole library is organized in eight main folders: Active Drones, Alarms, Blips, Buttons, Communications, Ignitions, Telemetries, Transitions. It provides a selection of out of this world drones and ambiences, futuristic sound effects and electronic tools.

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  • ‘Hud Interface’ by Cinematic Sound Design delivers a huge collection of user interface, computations, readouts, glitches, sci-fi sounds and more. Designed & recorded in high-definition 24 bit / 96 Khz and meticulously embedded with Soundminer, this collection will serve in a range of applications and is a must-have addition to any production library.

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  • I made these sounds with my mouth, dried them off, and shined them up for your use! In this package, you’ll find 221 polished sound effects to use for all manner of user interface. Some are clicky, some a poppy, some are breathy, and some are plain ol’ goofy (all very technical language, you see). Regardless of their aesthetic, they are all 96kHz/24bit quality WAV files and drag n’ drop ready.

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  • HumBuzz is a versatile collection 113 tech-noise-sounds with a length from 7 to 27 seconds.
    The files were created by capturing the electromagnetic fields of fridges, microwaves, boilers, cell phones, TVs and computers.

    HumBuzz is organized into 5 categories:

    Buzz • Hum • Noise • Start Up • Tonal

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  • Hyperdrive is a collection of powerful energy sounds inspired by a variety of futuristic vehicles and weapons. The sounds contained range in texture from more traditional to extremely chaotic. The collection will lend itself well for use as standalone effects or as exciting elements to be further manipulated and layered in your projects.

    Recording and Editing

    Great care was taken during the recording and editing process to ensure the maximum flexibility of these sounds. All source material was recorded at 24/192kHz using the Sennheiser MKH 8050 mic which captures frequencies up to a minimum of 50kHz. All processing and design for this collection has been done at 24/192kHz.

    Bonus – Forge Sound Design Tool Sample Map

    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.

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