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Real and designed humming, buzzing, crackling, glitchy sound effects and recordings. Also check out the Electricity sound category

  • Mechanical 3D Printer (NSL) Play Track 209+ sounds included $45

    Get the sounds of a Printrbot 3D printer – with four NEMA 14 stepper motors -, in this interesting SFX library by New Sound Lab.

    The high torque motors connected to a pulley system control the X-Y-Z movements of the aluminum extruder and metal print bed. When printing three-dimensional objects, these fast and precise movements result in a unique barrage of percussive and rhythmic mechanical noise.

    These sounds were captured using three different recording setups: Barcus Berry contact mics, RF coils, and combined contact mic / RF coil into a Sound Devices 702 recorder.

    The resulting sounds are a mix of grainy, gritty atonal patterns, robotic percussive bleeps, glitchy digital beeps/clicks, low fidelity drones, and chaotic noise. Both raw recordings, and processed elements are included and ready for further sound manipulation.

  • 3Dimensional Printing is the multicolored result of different recording sessions of a couple of 3D printers (the Sharebot NG – Next Generation and the DeltaWASP 20 40) at Fabb and at FabLab Milan between 2014 and 2015.
    All the sounds were recorded directly as uncompressed .wav files through both a RME Fireface UCX and a Zoom H6 Portable Recorder.
    Duration ranges vary from 1 to 5 minutes, with the most sonically interesting excerpts from full printing cycles. Lots of pattern and sequences are available for selection and transformation.
    Five different transducers were chosen to capture all the sonic details of these mechanisms:
    – C-SERIES pro contact microphones, hand-made by Jez Riley French;
    – Barcus Berry 4000 Planar Wave System (Piezo crystal sensor+4000XL Piezo Preamp);
    – Piezo Film Tab Contact Microphones by Cold Gold Audio;
    – Custom Induction Coil Pick-up (also used to create the Unseen Noises collection);
    Zoom MSH-6 MS Capsule (the stereo image of the Mid-Side recordings is rendered as balanced stereo LR files).

  • In this bundle you will receive three libraries full of dark, glitchy and ambient textures. 'Glitch & Noise' brings abstract and interesting tones to your sound palette. 'Twelve Tones' has detailed industrial hums for your spaceship interiors. 'Sphere' has dark atmospheres made from bowing a metal bin, which were then processed and mangled using Twisted Tools Slayer. Whether your project is a sci-fi soundscape or a shredded atmosphere, this bundle has something for everyone.

    Glitch & Noise:
    • 97 Glitch & Noise single sounds
    • 13 Texture loops
    • 35 UI clicks
    • 17 Impact sounds
    • 53 Musical loops (at 120 bpm)
    • 48 KHz, 24 bit
    • Embedded metadata
     

    Twelve Tones:
    • Twelve 96 kHz, 24-bit tones.
    • Two minutes each with 9 second bleed.
    • 851 MB (uncompressed).
    • Embedded metadata.
    • Description for each file inside the excel spread sheet.
     

    SPHERE:
    • 230 sound effects.
    • 126 designed sound effects. With reverb, fast delay and tremolo/stutter.
    • 124 twisted (original recordings mixed and played forwards and backwards) source files.
    • Embedded metadata.
    • Recorded and designed at 48 kHz and 24 bit.
     

  • This small sound library contains all the original CPU fan and hard disk noises emitted by the following vintage Apple MACs, each with its own unique texture:

    • Power Macintosh 4400
    • Power Macintosh 6400
    • Power Macintosh 7200
    • Macintosh Classic
    • Macintosh Mac G4
    • Macintosh Mac LC 475

    The material contains a lot of mechanical noises and different startup chimes, plus a lot of boot sequences with all the hard drives/fans spinning and whirring.

  • Analog Days contains 390 sounds extracted from old portable cassette players, Retro WW tube radios, vintage turntable vinyl record players and retro tape machines. This is really a sound time capsule ready to send your projects back to the good old analog days and give that sense of analog imperfection that makes the sound really interesting.

  • Hum, Buzz & Glitches Analog TV Play Track 99 sounds included, 50 mins total From: $19

    Analog TV gets you 99 recordings from the Tele Star 4004 TV, built in the 80s in Leningrad/Russia. The collection features everything from a range of noises, frequency glitches, short pulses, and long frequency sweeps in the VHF and UHF bands. It also comes with a good collection of different static noises and really weird stuff that could – and just might – come from outer space.

  • Mechanical Annihilated Hard Drives Play Track 200+ sounds included, 200 mins total $45

    This Hard Drive SFX library delivers the sounds of severely mistreated hard drives. We hit hard drives with hammers, drilled holes in them, bent them and inserted objects into them before turning them on. Power ups, shut downs, grinding, screeching, whines, and rattling are just a few of the sounds you’ll find here. Great source material for sound design and heavy processing.

    Annihilated Hard Drives – Microphones Used:
    • 1x Neumann KM130 (cardioid)
    • 1x Sennheiser MKH50 (cardioid)
    • 2x Barcus Berry contact microphone
  • Hum, Buzz & Glitches Biomorph Play Track 1395 sounds included, 125 mins total $39

    'Biomorph' offers broad-spectrum, cutting-edge sound effects that are out of this world. With digital soundscapes, mutated organisms, granulated liquids, twisted robotic vocalizations, sophisticated low-frequency effects and morphing plasmic textures, these sounds will transform your sci-fi soundscape. If your next project calls for the sounds of ancient extraterrestrial artifacts, eerie inter-dimensional entities, gritty bio-mechanical articulations or foreboding atmospheres, you will undoubtedly find this collection of sound effects to be an indispensable resource.

    Library includes:
    • 1395 designed sci-fi sound effects
    • 5 GB of 24 bit/96 kHz WAV content – more than 2 hours total
    • Flexible, broad-spectrum, cutting-edge, otherworldly sound effects
    • Crafted to compliment modern games, music and multimedia productions
  • CB Radio is a small collection of static produced by different channels on a 40-channel CB Transducer.

    I found a pair of “Realistic TRC-222 40-channel Citizens Band Transceivers” at a second hand store, but only one works.

    Here are the sounds the surviving “walkie-talkie” produces: 54 individual sounds for a total of around 15 minutes of static and warble + button sounds and antenna extension and contraction sounds

  • Drones & Moods Chimera Play Track 200 sounds included, 69 mins total $19

    'Chimera' features 200 designed sound effects inspired by demons, ghosts and creatures from the darkness. Comprised of some of Glitchmachine's darkest and most disturbing material to date, 'Chimera' is focused on a unique hybrid of psychological horror and technical monster sound effects.

    You will find demonic vocalizations, haunted atmospheres, mutated creatures, cursed ghosts and chilling supernatural drones that will wake the dead.

    Library includes:
    • 200 designed, dark drone sound effects
    • 2.5 GB of 24 bit/96 kHz WAV content
    • Inspired by psychological horror and technical monster SFX
    • Crafted to compliment modern music, game and multimedia productions
  • Drones & Moods Circuits Play Track 30 sounds included, 27 mins total $39

    A collection of textural recordings of electric and electronic sound sources.

  • Computer Sound FX from SoundBits features 650 computer noises, glitches, digital distortions, stutters, bleeps, signals, interfaces, buttons, loading and feedback

  • Data Destruction is a collection of sounds made using the technique of databending, the creative destruction of digital data. It features 97 unprocessed raw data .wav files. Pure digital glitch/noise suited to a variety of musical styles and multimedia applications or as a creative springboard for further sound design.

  • 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.

    Available as a standalone SFX library – or get it bundled with the popular Data Destruction library at a very special price below
  • Hum, Buzz & Glitches Designed Circuits Play Track 272 sounds included, 46 mins total
    5 out of 5
    $25

    In collaboration with Will Organ, this pack captures the essence of electric circuits and transforms them into something new.

    It features special effects, ambiences, glitches, drones, and more, that range from heavily designed to basic elements.

    Recorded with a LOM Elektrosluch 3+, designed with various fx tools.

    Designed Circuits highlights:

    272 24bit/96kHz WAV files / Meta-tagged
    58 Ambiences
    17 Glitches
    24 Hums
    52 SFX
    44 Harmonics
    29 Interferences
    38 Noise Bursts
    10 Source Recordings

  • Electrical Awakening captures the hidden buzz, hum and EMF of everyday objects:

    From the inner workings of a car engine starting up to dopplered garden lantern hums and servo movements, this library has a unique selection of electromagnetic sounds. It's an electrical symphony of sound. These sounds were recorded with a Lom Label Elektrosluch 2 (Stereo coil pick-up) into a Sony D100 at 192kHz/24bit.

  • Electricity Electrical Hum Play Track 25 sounds included, 39 mins total $19

    Get the hums of a big electric station, a small buzz of an electrical substation’s transformer and also synthesized sounds. All synthesized sounds were re-recorded with the “Worldizing” technique initially conceived by legendary sound designer Walter Murch.

  • Need electric sounds such as sparks, current flows and electric arcs? Electronic Drain is a collection of electric and electronic sources specifically designed for movies, audio logos and trailers. The library includes new and experimental sound material generated using the most cutting-edge digital signal processing techniques.

    Providing digital, organic, raw and designed sounds Electronic Drain delivers a rich sonic complexity and a wide range of possible variations. Sounds have been further processed and looped in Kontakt to offer a larger number of possible combinations.

    Electronic Drain comes with 1.1 GB and 300 .Wav files + 11 Kontakt instruments. The Kontakt instruments require the full Kontakt 5 or higher – the .wav files can be used without Kontakt.

    Features sounds such as:
    Bleeps • Current Flow • Electric Arc • Glitch • Interface Design • Electricity • Magnetic Field • Sparks – designed • Sparks – long • Sparks – mid – short • Static • Voltage Stutter

     

  • The Electromagnetic Field sound library features 216 stereo 96kHz recordings of more than 80 different electronic devices. The total length of the files is 6 hours and 18 minutes. Post production process was limited to EQ and compression with some noise reduction in few cases, but most of the files are ready for further processing and designing completely new sounds

    Everything was recorded in stereo, and in some cases sounds are wildly flying across not only whole frequency spectrum but also pan image. Inside you’ll find a lot of different hum noises, hiss and electrical swipes and whooshes, buzzing high pitch and low pitch sounds, beeps and bleeps, servo and small engines running in a different way, data processing kind of sounds, interference and corruption effects and more. It’s a great all around library when it comes to designing various electronic machinery sound effects.

    Recorded devices:
    Adam Audio A5x • Alarm Clock • Apple Keyboard • Apple Magic Mouse • Apple Mac Mini • Apple MacBook Pro 13 Retina • Apple MacBook Pro 15 Retina • Apple MacBook White Unibody • Audi A4 • Blender Zelmer Nero • Broken Fluorescent Light • Canon Printer • CD Player • Cisco Router • Coffee Maker • Connect Router • Cooking Stove • Cooking Stove Electrolux • Creative Power Supply • Electric Scale • Epson Film Scanner • Fluorescent Light • Focusrite Forte • Fridge Samsung • Garage Doors • Hair Straightener Remington • Hairdryer Remington • Heater Vaillant • Heating Stove • Induction Stove • iPhone SE • Lacie Porsche • Lacie Quadra • Lacie Rugged • LCD touch screen • LED light • LED photography lamp • Light Switch • Logitech G3 mouse • Manicure Machine • Milk Frother • Modern Fusebox • Modern Mixer Zelmer • Nintendo New 3DS • Nintendo DSi • Nintendo Switch • Nintendo Wii • Nintendo Wii controller • Old Electricity Meter • Old Mixer Zelmer • Old Nokia 105 • Old Router • Phillips Sonic Toothbrush • Phillips Shaving Machine • Power Tool • Samsung Ultrabook • Sony 18-105 f4 • Sony A6300 • Sony Old Amplifier • Sony Bravia • Sony CD player • Sony DualShock 3 • Sony PCM-M10 • Sony PlayStation 3 • Sony PlayStation 4 black • Sony PlayStation 4 white • Sony Playstation TV • Sony Projector Old • Sony Tape Recorder • Sony TV remote • Sound Devices 702 • Thermomix • TP Link Router • Tracer Mouse • TV Decoder • TV Decoder Remote • TV Panasonic • Vacuum Cleaner Zelmer • Vinyl Adapter • Wacom Intuos Pro • Washing Machine • WD Passport • Xbox 360 • Xbox 360 Controller

  • This SFX library is a complete collection of everything ENERGY, covering Electricity, Power Ups, Shockwaves, Sparks, Force Fields, Zaps, Loops, and plenty more.

    ENERGY is created in collaboration with talented French sound design duo Frederic Devanlay and Cedric Denooz, and features more than 625+ sounds and 6.4GB of 24bit/96khz .WAV files, all meticulously embedded with Soundminer & Basehead metadata.

    Sounds include:

    • Energy Loops (start, loop, end)
    • Neutrons and Particles
    • Electricity sparks, zaps, impacts
    • Energy Weapons / Special Powers
    • Whoosh and Passbys
    • Energy Foley
    • Ambiences
    • Hums and Buzzes
    • Lightning Elements
    • Power Ups and Power Downs
    • Source Tool Box – Create your own sounds from scratch!

  • Hum, Buzz & Glitches Ether Play Track 119+ sounds included, 178 mins total $60

    A special sound effect library from renowned sound designer and recordist Tim Nielsen: It's captured with a VC3 recorder, which turns electromagnetic frequencies into audible tones. The collection features weird statics, data and telemetry beeps, the EMF signatures of things such as rack mount gear, LCD screens, telephones and computers. A total of 178 minutes of sounds are included.

  • Here are the chaotic, squealing, squelching insides of everyday electronic apparatus, such as cell phones, laptops, MiniDisc (I’m so old) players and battery drills.

    Sounds that drone, sounds that buzz – sounds that go “YipYipYiiiipfffrrrszz…”. No kidding. Recorded with induction coils/telephone pickups or whatever you want to call them, these sounds are excellent sound design material.

    In fact, I couldn’t help “performing” a bit when recording some of them, just to add a little extra movement.

  • 200 sounds from no-input mixer recording sessions featuring cable & pedal noise, drones, harsh noisescapes, high frequency feedback, hum, interference, low frequency noise atmospheres, machines gone wild and a multitude of general feedback effects.

    For inventive navigation tones, future technology sounds, glitch elements, horror atmospheres, corrupted audio flows and more, this original sound collection will serve as a versatile palette for sound designers/editors/artists, music producers and anyone looking for interesting audio artifacts.

    All files are 24 Bit/96 kHz with embedded metadata.

    Special offer:

    For a limited time, save 25% when you get this library along with the Signal Interference SFX library – simply select the bundle below to save:

  • Hum, Buzz & Glitches Fragment Play Track 300 sounds included, 21 mins total $19

    'Fragment' challenges its listeners with its custom circuit-bent hardware instruments hand-built by Ivo Ivanov over 5 years. Each sound retains the subtle nuances and compelling sonic characteristics of the original instruments with glitch articulations, composite malfunctioning effects, aggressive lo-fi sounds, and broad-spectrum circuit bending. For truly unique sonic signatures, this is the one.

    Fragment Highlights:
    • 300 designed glitch and circuit-bent sound effects
    • 850 MB of 24 bit/96 kHz .WAV content
    • Aggressive lo-fi material
    • Broad-spectrum sonic ranges
    • Unique malfunction effects
  • Sci-Fi Fringe Elements Play Track 225 sounds included, 46 mins total $59

    Fringe Elements is an aggressive sample pack of divergent and destructive sounds designed for musicians and sound designers in need of a hard-hitting sound pallet on the periphery of normal. Each sound was built in the modular world and heavily processed through DSP algorithms to create structurally unique outcomes and ultimately highly usable samples.

    Contained in this collection are 225 unique sounds designed as FX, rhythmic elements, evolving textures, noise, distortion, spectral atmospheres and other elements perfect as building blocks to new music and sound projects or to be layered into existing work to add weight, depth and dimension.

  • Hum, Buzz & Glitches Handheld Tranceivers Play Track 241 sounds included, 26 mins total $25

    The Handheld Tranceivers library delivers walkie-talkie sound effects from no less than three models: The AEG Voxtel, the Cobra MicroTalk and the Kenwood TK-3107.

    It features button sounds, beeps, squelches, feedback sounds, static and white noise sounds, garbled communications and much more. Recorded with a Nevaton MC48 microphone and a Tascam DR70d portable recorder.

  • 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

  • Hum, Buzz & Glitches Idiom Play Track 2163 sounds included, 120+ mins total $39

    'Idiom' features over 2,100 unprocessed organic sounds, capturing the notoriously challenging and laborious organic recordings that post production and game audio engineers have used to create their most memorable material.

    This collection is a sonic playground of raw natural sounds that can be granulated into intricate particles or shifted and layered into mind-blowing composite sound effects.

    Load them into your favorite sampler or DAW and embrace a vast resource of sonic building blocks that will empower you to reach the outer edges of your imagination.

    Idiom Highlights:
    • 2163 unprocessed organic sound effects
    • 1.9 GB of 24 bit/44.1 kHz WAV content
    • Raw natural sounds that are begging to be mangled, stretched, pitched, layered and processed
  • Hum, Buzz & Glitches Induction Play Track 123+ sounds included, 63 mins total $20

    Using a Magnetic Coil, this library contains electro-magnetic fields of a variety of household, commercial, and industrial electronics. Hear electronics like you’ve never heard them before in the Series 1000 Induction SFX Library

  • Drones & Moods INTERACT Play Track 174+ sounds included $16

    INTERACT is a royalty-free SFX collection providing you with interface, menu and HUD sound effects for your game or film at an affordable price.

    We have aimed to make this collection versatile enough to be used in a wide range of projects, from a heads-up display inside a mech to quick and easy sounds in a menu for your video game.

    Metadata has also been included in all of the sounds in the collection to make them easier to find in your database.

    This collection contains:

    • Alarms
    • Calculations
    • Drones
    • Errors
    • Glitches
    • Holograms
    • Notifications
    • Power Ups and Downs
    • Scrolling
    • Selection
    • Swiping
    • Switches and Pots
    • Text
    • Transitions
    • Zoom Ins and Outs
  • Drones & Moods Kyma Ambiences – vol.1 Play Track 56 sounds included, 112 mins total From: $49

    Kyma Ambiences [USO003] is the third sound effects bundle created by Matteo Milani.

    The generation of these “Artificial Reality Ambiences” starts entirely in Symbolic Sound Kyma from the processing of white and pink noise by filtering – in the time/spectral domains – and convolving these sources with custom FM, additive, formant and granular synthesis.

 The composition’s resource of sound material is drawn solely from these processed stochastic sound elements: coloured noise is a raw material already full of life and can be sculpted into a variety of temporal forms, movements and textures.

    The interaction with Kyma was typical of a composer who explored a device’s potential for sound transformation like a musical instrument. The goal was to obtain an organic and acoustic quality using only a restricted sound source, in order to evoke real spatial characteristics attached to each invented sound.



    The “Kyma Ambiences vol.1” sound effects collection is published @ 96kHz (native) – and is also available as dual-layer separated “Elements”, suitable for recombinant stratification, varispeed and spatial positioning in the surround field (for a total of 112 files @ 96kHz).

  • Lost Transmissions is a collection of electromagnetic and radio recordings with an emphasis on communications gone wrong. Malfunctioning static, radio recordings, analog hums, designed passbys, & tonal/fluctuating noise. Lost Transmissions is another essential set of utilitarian libraries to add to your tool box. Recorded and designed by Jason Cushing (co-founder of SoundMorph).

    Not only that, as a bonus we've also teamed up with and included Echo Collective's kontakt instrument “Squelch” and accompanying sample library, giving you an additional 100+ real radio samples to work with and playable radio instrument.

    Lost Transmissions includes sounds such as:

    • Malfunctions
    • Static Passbys
    • Tonal Passbys
    • Tonal Noise
    • Designed Noise
    • Radio Noise
    • Noise Loops
  • Hum, Buzz & Glitches Magnetic Fields Vol.1 Play Track 105+ sounds included, 128 mins total $73

    If you're after electromagnetic sounds, this library delivers: Captured with The LOM Elektrosluch 3+, a hand-built EMF sensor/microphone of which only a handful are released worldwide per year. The sounds made with this special piece of equipment are other-worldly, ghostly and sometimes scary. If you haven't managed to get your hands on one yet, or missed out while pre-orders we're hoping this library is the definitive Elektrosluch 3+ sound.

    We have designed this library to be as useful and versatile as possible to be used in every application, from television, music sampling, theatre, to film. We recorded, edited and hand-picked a selection of science fiction-inspired electrical props in order to obtain the best sound sources for this library. All sounds have not been processed through special effects processors, they are simply the sounds of Electromagnetic Fields, recorded with a LOM Elektrosluch 3+.

    Includes over 2 hours of Electromagnetic Field sounds from sources such as:

    Transformers, Televisions, Motors, Servos, Hard Drives, Vintage and New Electrical Technologies, Circuit Bent Props, Cameras, Telephones, Computers, Disk Drives, Remote Controls, Toys, Power Supply Units, Fairy Lights, and Vacuum Cleaners.

  • Sci-Fi MEMORIES Play Track 280 sounds included $43

    Descend into the sinister depths of madness with MEMORIES, a fascinating sci-fi sound collection that genuinely brings a unique perspective in the indie science fiction framework.

    If you are looking for big bold sci-fi futuristic sound design, MEMORIES can add a terrific touch of horror and tension to the darkest sci-fi installment for theatrical audience.

    Featuring 280+ organic samples with embedded metadata and 10 categories from genre bender impact and hits, sinister tonal material, dark stingers, intricate glitched atmospheres and designed metal textures.

    Kontakt Instruments are based on Photosynthesis an open source engine made by Jeremiah Pena from exoticstates.com. You can easily access filters, 13 effects, a rhythm section featuring a step sequencer, filter sequencer, 2 filter LFOs, and gain/pan/pitch LFOs. The samples can be used as regular .WAV files, but the Kontakt Instruments require the full version of Kontakt 5 (not included).

  • Hum, Buzz & Glitches Microsphere Play Track 645 sounds included, 77 mins total $39

    'Microsphere' is a sci-fi sample pack focused on the analysis of a hidden sonic universe. Whether you are creating complex layered transitions for a cutting edge electronic music project, building hi-tech weapon effects for a blockbuster sci-fi shooter or designing robotic articulations for a futuristic animated feature film trailer, 'Microsphere' delivers an extraordinary palette of sound that will take your productions into uncharted territory.

    Microsphere highlights:
    • 645 high-quality sci-fi sound effects, developed with some of the most sophisticated audio manipulation tools in existence.
    • 3 GB of 24 bit/96 kHz WAV content
    • Inspired by high-tech, futuristic universes
    • Includes abstract interface tones, detailed scientific computations, hyper-dimensional holographic grids, precision motion gesture signals, and intricate interference bursts.
  • Hum, Buzz & Glitches Modular Synth Play Track 43 sounds included, 19 mins total $15

    Modular Synth is a collection collaborated by Ross Fish and Kai Paquin, this collection represents a series of one shot sounds featuring sample and hold, granular, and FM synthesis using a custom built modular synth rack.

  • Newsreel Noises features a collection of unwanted Noises, Rumbles, Hums & Crackles – collected when digging through copies of newsreels from the the 40ies and 50ies of the last century. Whenever such a newsreel starts or ends a lot of sidenoises occur and each one plays another pattern of mysterious sounds. The library is organised into 10 categories:

    * Cadenced, Crackle, Hum, Impulse, Noise, Pulsed, Rattle, Rhythmical, Shuttle, Tonal

    The library delivers more than 150 WAV-files with embedded loop points. Each file has a descriptive name where the first part describes the strongest element of the sound and the second part gives additional informations about the structure of each sound.

  • Hum, Buzz & Glitches Odd Play Track 168 sounds included $10

    Odd is a small collection of effects originally created for a project revolving around quick, organic glitched visuals. The library is divided into four categories – Reverses, Texture and Noise, Synthesized Elements and general Oddities. Odd is perfect for adding a bit of strange or weird to your design. Something like a 'what was that?' library. Go nuts.

  • Materials & Texture Old Stuff Play Track 237 sounds included $30 $24

    OLD STUFF is a collection of old and worn sounds that will help you define the mood of a scene or can be used for any kind of sound design process. The library includes hums, buzzes, whirs, creaks, squeals from many different sources: doorknobs, doors, elevators, fridges, freezers, speakers, toilets, fans, and heaters. A peculiar garage soundscape is also included. Most of the sounds included are used on a daily basis.

    All these different nuances and hues make this library a worthwhile tool for both film and game sound designers.

     

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  • The Optical Drives sound effects library features recordings of computer optical disc drives (two internal desktop CD/DVD-R and one internal laptop slim CD/DVD-R slot-load).

    Two induction coil pickups were used to record the electromagnetic fields emitted by the drives, capturing a very unique set of sounds and textures. These range from sharp percussive bleeps, glitchy static and noise, to electromechanical motor sounds, and drones. You'll find use for many applications, including UI interface design, transitions, sci-fi, robot/servo sounds, technology, and computer sound effects.

    Recordings include all functions of the DVD drives, e.g. disc loading, reading, writing/burning, spin up/down, errors, and disc ejecting. Also, each drive was taken apart and manipulated to create additional sounds.

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