Fabric and textile sound effects, from foley movements, linnen, accessories such as zippers to cloth / fabric handling – from a wide range of fabric materials
Comprised of three action packed libraries, this bundle includes HERO, BROKEN, and MELEE. Save by bundling all three in a single library.
After umbrella sound effects, but with no time to record them yourself? The Automatic Umbrella sound effects library gets you 159 umbrella sounds, including opening, closing, folding, tapping, squeezing, cleaning, catching, locking and unlocking clasp and much more. The library was recorded using a highly acclaimed Nevaton MC48 microphone and a Tascam DR-70d recorder, and comes with metadata.
The Bag Foley Library offers you a nice palette of everyday bag sounds from: Four different backpacks, three kinds of shoulder bags, a duffel sports bag, two camera bags, a ukulele case, a canvas bag, a purse, a wallet, a rack case and the sound of an Imac unboxing.
All files contain variations of the performance. The sounds are recorded in a quiet room with a Neumann KM185 through a UA Apollo preamp.
The Character Pack 01: Humanoid contains nearly 5 hours (2338 files) of high quality body (falls, impacts & lands), multiple surface type texture layers, footsteps, armour movements and 4 types of vocalisation sets.
Everything needed to bring a humanoid (Human male, Goblin, Ogre & Skeleton) character to life.
The assets have been designed for use with computer game media that demands high asset variations, however this pack is suited for all forms of audio media.
The included basic construction kit / original recordings enables further details to be created for more granular focus.
All assets have been recorded & produced at 96kHz/24bit.
This pack contains 7 of our humanoid related individual SFX mini packs (Footstep, Body, Armour & 4 vocal sets)
Included in this pack:
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.
The true delight of cooking night. 208 to recreate the sounds of busy home kitchen
The “Crash & Smash – Designed” sound effects library contains 350 sounds of destruction.
You get 5 categories (Glass, Metal, Stone, Wood, Plastic) each with 50 edited, layered and designed sounds of destruction and demolition. Additionally you get 100 mixed heavy Crash and Destruction Sounds in 5.0 Surround.
These were fully created and designed in surround not just upmixed. You also get the downmixed versions in 2.0 Stereo.
All sounds were designed from the original Crash & Smash.
You can easily create a vast amount of new crashes by combining, layering and arranging these sounds. Comes with embedded Sound Miner Metadata.
Available in two versions:
Need the sound of objects being pushed, pulled, dragged, moved – or perhaps sliding and scraping over different surfaces? The Drag & Slide SFX library gets you exactly that: More than 500 dragging and sliding sounds that are ready to be used as they are – or for intense sound design.
Bags, Barrels, Blades, Bottles, Cabinets, Chairs, Coat-hangers, Crates, Dining Tables, Fridges, Frying Pans, Iron Boxes, Iron Tables, Metal Cans, Metal Chairs, Nightstands, Pallets, Paper bags, Plates, Racks, Rakes, Shoes, Shovels, Sledgehammers, Spray cans, Stones/rocks, Toolboxes, Vacuum Cleaners, Various heavy objects, Wooden Boards – and more!
All sounds were cleaned, edited and filled with BWF-Metadata for instant use in your projects – and many of the files in the pack contain more than one sound. Recorded with Sound Devices 744T, 788T, Sennheiser MKH8050, Ambient ATE208, Sony PCM-D100
Get the movement noise and handling sounds of a wide range of dresses and clothes, bags, necklaces, hats and footwear. Most items include photos too, to make the items easier to identify.
Japanese clogs • training shoes • mens' and womens' sandals • leather and canvas • turkish slippers • riding boots • military boots • canvas sneakers
Bijou Wooden copper balls • wood cubes • bijou plastic pearl • classified links • metal death head • fiber micro pearl • big plastic pearl and more
Small women's handbag • Grandmother handbag • Mini handbag • Cane handbag • Cane shoulder bag • Braided handbag • Indian shoulder bag • Military canvas bag
Woolen hat • summer straw panama hat • basketball cap
Belts & more:
Canvas belt • plastic belt • leather belt • classic leather belt • ties • silk sheets • leather holster
This collection gets you more than 9000 fabric sounds recorded in isolation – for when you just don’t have access to a quiet enough space to record subtle foley movements.
Designed with the idea that they can be combined in infinite ways to cover any movement you may need, it was recorded with a variety of microphones to provide multiple perspectives and cut down on time spent matching into the mix.
It contains a wealth of fabric types, movements, rubs, rustles, tears and rips, and even a few zippers/buttons/velcro strips to give you the coverage you need.
Fight is part of the comprehensive melee and hand combat series from Black Edge Sound Studios (formerly Output Audio). Recorded at Universal Sound, a dedicated foley stage in Amersham, UK with a wealth of experience in crafting sound for feature film, TV and video games.
The Fight sound library has an extensive collection of of punch, kick, cloth, breaks, gore, whoosh and body fall. This includes all the core elements and original recordings needed to build bone crunching fist fights and ultra realistic combat action, whilst providing polished compositions and arrangements of key combat moves in the designed section for quicker results.
The library metadata has been designed to provide a fast, efficient workflow to picture and video game, ideal for quick turn arounds.
Expanding the selection further with the original recordings means that editors can quickly create mixes and then refine and stylise. A Pro Tools session is included (2020.3) that takes all the effort out of arranging the content for mixing. The recordings have been edited and aligned with a choice of microphones. You can drop in your own routing, processing and mixing touches according to taste and quickly establish a new sound set for the picture or video game you are working with.
Content Groups Included:
Blood, gore, bone breaks, body fall, punches, kicks, cloth, whoosh, prop crashes and impacts, bat weapons, material debris, hand combat arrangements and more.
The Foley Essentials sound effects library features over 90 lifelike recordings of everyday actions from Academy Award®-winning sound artists Mark Mangini and Richard L. Anderson. Craft your scenes with common Foley recordings like footsteps, cloth rustle, body grabs, and dozens of props to bring your everyday scenes to life.
What is Foley? Foley is technically the act of recording sound effects performed in-sync to picture, using various props and surfaces, often on a Foley stage. For this library, these Foley-like sounds were recorded by Mangini and Anderson to fill out temp mixes of feature film projects before the traditional Foley process – with a focus on discrete actions within natural sonic environments.
Each sound file is embedded with rich, descriptive metadata for fast, intuitive search results to help increase efficiency and sustain creativity.
How many sounds can you create with a polystyrene bodyboard? Well, here’s 1,000 to get you started!
This collection of sounds brings you 1,000 unique sounds at 96KHz/24-bit stereo created entirely from a bodyboard. From several creature sounds to computerized sounds, this library is extensive with 642 designed sounds with 11 different styles of vocalization, as well as all of the 358 base sounds that were the ingredients for the vocalizations. If you are looking to spice up your creature vocalization palette, then this library is certainly for you.
Hidden Voices is a sound library series dedicated to finding the voices that are hidden in the most obscure objects. Each library offers an extensive range of sounds created entirely from that object, ready to add a unique flavour to your sound palette.
Also included in the “2017 InspectorJ Bundle” for 50% off!
This library can be used for a huge range of dynamic foley, ranging from subtile clothing movements to impacts and many 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.
From creating the breath of a behemoth, to the palpable aura of an ambiance, this is a plethora of contact mic goodness providing you with frequency-deep content for layering, embellishing, bolstering, and new sound creation.
Contact mics are delicate creatures. They can give you insights into the most excitable yet unheard facets of a soundscape, and then almost immediately get destroyed by the slightest of impacts. We're just going to forget about how many incredible captures were thrown out of the running for this library due to such slight disruptions, and instead focus on the positive: this is a huge collection of super flexible, totally malleable sounds. One of our favorite libraries to make because it satisfied the inner tinkerer's ear, Outward Inversion is our microscope applied to the aural world.
An assortment of writing utensils + a variety of paper mediums = endless paper SFX combinations.
Features 7 writing utensils:Pencil • pen • paintbrush stump • marker • eraser • chalk
12 Paper Mediums:
Canvas • notebook • shoji • sketch • cel • blackboard • parchment • cardboard • linen • mulberry • cotton • scrapbook
Say Hello to Particles the new sonic weapon for creative sound designers, video makers, filmmakers and motion designers.
A must-have sound effect library to give a sense of organic and hyper-realistic to your projects in a fast and creative way.
Hyper- Realistic Textures (104 sounds)
These are hyper close-up recordings of various kinds of props (food, fabrics, materials).
Since they are really rough, they’ll inspire you to create something cool using them as sound sources.
Their proximity allows you to use them for macro-shots, CGI and motion pieces, hyper-detailed images.
Granular Whooshes (76 sounds)
From sci-fi granular to totally organic, a large number of whooshes, passbys, dopplers to give a natural sense of motion to your project.
Minimal One Shots (62 sounds)
This is the category of short and tiny sounds: small collapsing, fractures, all with a premium high-end sonic detail.
You can make your organic foley drumkit using them as a sample into your electronic music project.
Organic Impacts (17 sounds)
Powerful, organic, natural-sounding with a big low end, these impacts are ready for your earth’s destruction shots.
Granular Atmospheres (16 sounds)
Abstract but generated from organic recordings, these atmospheres will help you to get the right “other world” dimension to your project
Low End Rumbles (12 sounds)
Last but not least, do you need more power in the low end? You can layer these sounds to enforce subsonic frequencies giving a new taste to other existing sounds.
An extensive collection of party-related sounds, “Party Pack” brings you 96kHz/24-bit stereo recordings of balloons, party horns, matches, sparklers, party poppers, confetti, various toys and more!
The library is available as 4 individual packs of related sounds (Balloons, Fire, Horns and Toys). So if you are only after balloon sounds, then you can grab only the balloon sounds! Of course, all 4 packs can be picked up together as a heavily discounted bundle!
Read more about each pack below:
Note: The sounds in the audio sample have some panning added; the sounds in the library itself are centered.
• Party Pack – BALLOONS (649 sounds, 716 MB)
• Party Pack – FIRE (210 sounds, 424 MB)
• Party Pack – HORNS (662 sounds, 573 MB)
• Party Pack – TOYS (479 sounds, 323 MB)
For a grand total of 2,000 party sounds!
Also included in the “2019 InspectorJ Bundle” for 50% off!
• Air Pump (Manual)
• Bouncing (Single and Multi)
• Deflating (Regular, Squeaking, Farting, and Loose)
• Friction (Hair, Hands, and other Balloons)
• Inflating (Mouth and Air Pump)
• Punching Balloons
• Tying (Short, Moderate and Long)
•• Extinguishing (Blowout, Burnout, Shaking, Water)
•• Igniting (Close and Distant)
• Party Poppers
• Safety Gas Lighter
• Sparklers (Still, Movement and Water Extinguishing)
• Very Short (under 1s)
• Short (1 – 2s)
• Moderate (2 – 3s)
• Long (3 – 5s)
• Very Long (over 5s)
• Chattering Teeth
• Confetti – Plastic (Single and Multi drops, Movement, and Picking Up)
• Duck Whistle
• Groan Tubes
• Hand Clapper
• Lip Whizzer
• Oidz Magnet
• Pig Toy
• Plastic Whistle
• Shell Shaker
• Wooden Train Whistle
Props Box 2 sound library is a collection of different sounds emitted by everyday objects used in weird ways. It can be a great and handy tool in designing more complex sound effects for games, or just a go to pack to quickly fill the gaps in movies and other linear media.
The library gives you 193 files, featuring more than 2000 sound effects, as each recording contains different variations of the same activity. The total length of the files is 234 minutes.
Cardboard • electric hair ball remover • foam pipes • glass box • glass jar • glass plates • leather box • metal bowl • metal brush • metal cage • metal chain • metal container • cutlery • garlic presser • keys • knife sharpener • metal bars • nuts • paper book • paper thick and thin • pepper mill • plastic bag • chips • bottles • plastic boxes • calculator • jars • toys • silica gel • sponge • stone mortar • tapes • wooden box • wooden brush • toothpicks • nutcrackers
As for the post processing, everything was edited and mastered. Editing came down to removing unwanted sounds between takes, and mastering to removing harsh sounding frequencies, compressing and setting everything on level that is comfortable to work with, so you don’t have to constantly adjust the levels while looking for specific sound.
Inside you’ll find recordings with materials like cardboard, foam, glass, leather, metal, paper, plastic, wood and different objects.
This library features recordings of different objects ripped and torn apart, making for lots and lots of interesting material for you to design anything you want. Features a total of 445 audio files in 17 different categories.
Note: This is an updated and remastered version of Rips and Tears – it also features more and better metadata.
Cardboard • Coupon Paper • Craft Paper • Denim • Duct Tape • Foam Board • Food • Large Envelope • Paper Bag • Paper Box • Poster Board • Randoms • Regular Paper • Sock • T-Shirt • Velcro
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