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Sound effects and recordings of various surfaces, textures, objects and elements – soft, hard, organic, wooden, stone, metallic and lots more

  • Carma Studio is excited to bring you a new library of over 260 metallic textures! Starting with low-end dark atmospheres to high brittle sizzle.
    Hits, Bangs, Rattles, Screams, Moans, Contact Scrapes, Iced Contractions, Stretching, Cracking and Metal Movement.
    These clean recordings of metal tones are left raw and unprocessed for your own creative designing.
    Solo or layer these intense sounds for instant metallic mayhem. These are the tortured metal sounds you have been looking for!
    44k/24bit BWAV files, All files are Soundminer metadata enabled.

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  • Twisted universe gets you a multitude of designed sounds: impacts, whooshes, loops, soundscapes, alarms, tension layers, zaps and much more. These sounds are all designed with synths and raw materials and processed with distortion, fuzz or deconstruction gears. You can use them dry or as layers to add a crispy effect to your sound, and they are perfect for radio effects, electric elements or music productions.

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  • Twisted Zither features recordings of an old zither being plucked, scraped, hit, and shaken. The library includes string hits, wood hits, tones, and different resonant sounds using a number of props such as mallets, african shakers, keys, coins, a metal beam, and fingers.

    If you're looking for organic, wooden – and eerie – sounds, this one's not to be missed.

    Bonus:
    This library includes the Suburb Rain SFX collection at no extra cost - featuring almost 50 minutes of rain recordings
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  • UI DESIGNER is an advanced soundset dedicated to the interaction between human and machines. The library is suitable for modern sci-fi movies, sound for apps, futuristic sound logos and any projects where sound design is needed to improve the users's experience and make it more pleasant.

    Essential metadata has been included in the filenames. This was done to facilitate users that do not own a library management tool to access the informations and to navigate the library more efficiently.

    UI DESIGNER covers sounds in 14 categories:• Elements Appear
    • Elements Flying
    • Window Open – Hologram
    • Window Close
    • Data Stream
    • Bad Data Crunching
    • Confirmation – Notifications – Navigation
    • Text Typing – Warning Text
    • Access Denied
    • Buttons – Selections
    • Screen Noise
    • Warnings
    • StandBy
    • Notifications – Navigation

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  • Get a total of 180 sounds of the best sounding locks you can imagine. With 60 original source sounds placed in Dry, Small Room and Large Room environments, there’s no need for further processing with these carefully crafted locks from the sound designers at Rumble Studios. Divided into Common, Mechanical & Futuristic locks, each sound is unique and meta tagged for Soundminer so you can find them easily.

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  • Ice Ultrasonic Dry Ice Play Track 635+ sounds included, 71 mins total $48 $30

    Ultrasonic Dry Ice is a library containing over 600 sounds themed metal resonances, scrapes and all sorts of weird.
    All the content has been recorded at 192KHz with a Sanken CO100K, a couple of Sennheiser MKH8040 and a MKH416.
    The resulting ultrasonic spectrum is rich and allows for truly extreme manipulation of the content.

    Bonus: Two extra libraries included for free:
    This library also includes two additional releases from Mattia Cellotto - for free: Crunch Mode delivers 230 crunchy sounds made with a variety of vegetables, fresh bread, pizza crust and a selection of frozen goods. The Borax Experiment gets you 158 squishy, gory, slimy and gooey sounds.
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  • Undoing computer is a package of destroying actions and metal sounds. The library contains 125 files of various metal case computer destruction sounds. Hit, Rubbing, Drop, Bend, Twist, Crush. A collection of several sounds of Scrap Metal, Rattle, Smash on the floor and object debris! The perfect little scrap metal pack!

    Each sound has been meticulously edited individually, All files were recorded and are delivered in 24 Bit / 96kHz Broadcast Wave files, all embedded with metadata information for easy import and ensure a fast and easy workflow.

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  • Welcome to the sonic world of electromagnetic fields – sounds that are everywhere but rarely heard!

    This library consists of a collection of 82 sounds, with each sound ranging from 6 seconds in length up to almost 7 minutes, exploring the buzzing, clicking, and general weirdness that is found to be emitted in the electromagnetic fields of 21 devices. These include a washing machine, guitar effects pedal, Ford Focus, and a factory Security System.

    These recordings range from a variety of straight buzzes and hums to sounds the morph and change over time. They are be great for something as simple as adding a hum to a refrigerator, to creating more complex soundscapes for your sci-fi projects, or to use as samples for music. This collection has been put together using little-to-no processing so as to give you sounds that can be manipulated however you may need.

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  • Drones & Moods Unreal Ambiences Play Track 207 sounds included, 134 mins total $59

    This sound collection contains 119 abstract ambiences, most of them as seamless loopable files. Their moods range from deep mysterious over science-fiction to chaotic glitches and weird noise.

    Additionally, the Shepard Ambiences' 2×44 files are included.

    All sounds from this library are included in:
    Diversity

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  • Electromagnetic informations are invisible and omnipresent. In every city, especially the big ones, an infinite number of electromagnetic waves is hidden: we can’t hear them, but they’re everywhere! Unseen Noises explores the “invisible” noise pollution transducing electromagnetic fields into audio signals with a telephone pickup: it acts like a radio antenna for hum and weird electromagnetic noises.

    We used telephone tap coils that receive electromagnetic signals around us and convert them into audible information to discover invisible and surprising aspects of the environment in which we live in.

    To widen our sound palette, we explored cell phones, tablets, light systems, automated teller machines, wireless communication systems, anti-theft security devices, surveillance cameras, computers, navigation systems, wireless Internet routers, neon advertisings, public transportation networks.

    We just used the system of electromagnetic induction as way of amplifying musical sounds. Our efforts were focused on finding “articulated” behaviours and other musical qualities in them.

    Note that the files contained in “Unseen Noises” are real performances executed on different devices without editing.” – Matteo Milani

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  • This Sound Effects library contains 633 files that feature over 1000 sounds of unsettling and unpleasant squeaking and creaking elements. It’s a great starting point for designing a vast number of different soundscapes in various genres – from just using the sounds as general Hard Effects, to Science Fiction and Horror.
    All sounds are production ready: Cleaned, Edited, levelled, and come with embedded BWF Metadata.

    You get heavy doors and furniture creaks, screaming dry ice, creaking leather, rubber and balloons, forks on ceramic tablets, disturbing metal squeaks and much more.

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  • Unsettling Creaks and Squeaks – Extension I is the first extension to the very popular “Unsettling Creaks and Squeaks” sound library.

    It delivers door and furniture creaks and squeaks, creaking leather, rubber and balloons, door handles, disturbing metal on metal squeaks and much more.

    This sound effects library is a composite collection of 345 files with even more single sounds of unsettling and and unpleasant squeaking and creaking elements. It’s a great starting point for designing a vast number of different soundscapes in various genres – from just using the sounds as general Hard Effects, through Science Fiction to Horror. All sounds are production ready: Cleaned, edited and leveled, and all with with embedded BWF Metadata.

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  • Drones & Moods Unsolved Play Track 141 sounds included, 45 mins total $30

    Need to create suspense, tension and mystery in your production? “UNSOLVED” is great for you.

    Inspired by crime/investigation movies and series, this pack contains 141 Sound Effects (Wav, 24 Bit / 96 kHz) aimed to enhance the tension and drama of movies, games, series and trailers.

    You will find atmospheric and musical elements with a powerful cinematic feel that can be used in musical context too, making this library a great addition to your collection.

    Categories included:
    Atmospheric element: Designed, High, Low, Metallic, Tremolo • Musical element: Bass, Crime scene, Melody, Percussive, Tension, Texture • Transition
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  • City Life Urban Rain II Play Track 53+ sounds included, 144 mins total $42

    Urban Rain II brings you 53 urban rain sounds captured at various indoor and outdoor locations. Recorded at night or at quiet times so it’s free of unwanted sounds, this library includes light, medium and heavy rain over different locations and surfaces.

    Key features:

    • 30 outdoor recordings, featuring terraces, backyards, parking lots, back alleys, or tunnels. Drops against plastic, metal, pavement, puddle and marble.
    • 23 indoor recordings, featuring cars, garages, houses and glass roof terraces.
    • Some of these recordings are loopable. Duration of the recordings goes from a few seconds up to 13 minutes.
    • Recordings are completely clear and free from any birds, people, traffic and unwanted noises in the background, unless it’s specified in the file name.
    • Gear used: Zoom F8, Sennheiser MKH 8040s in ORTF, Sennheiser MKH 8040/8050 + MKH 30 in M/S and Sony D100.
    • All files are in 96 kHz / 24 bit and come with exhaustive embedded Soundminer metadata, including description, category, subcategory, microphone setup, manufacturer.
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  • City Life Vaeyan I Play Track 228+ sounds included, 40 mins total $23

    This is a special assortment of design fragments from Eiravaein Works.  Libraries in the Vaeyan series will be produced over time as new assorted concepts are explored and designed.  A welcome addition of flavor for any sound designer's archive!

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  • Destruction & Impact Vaeyan II Play Track 202+ sounds included, 58 mins total $23

    The second volume of assorted recording sessions and design fragments from Eiravaein Works.

    Libraries in the Vaeyan series will be produced over time as new library concepts are explored and researched.

    A second helping of intriguing sonic flavor for any sound designer's archive!

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  • Electricity Vaeyan III Play Track 500+ sounds included, 108 mins total $33

    A collection of sounds gathered from conceptual designs and audio experiments.  While not centered around a specific theme or topic, Vaeyan III will surely add unique and dynamic flavors to your sound vault.

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  • Foley Vaeyan IV Play Track 1000+ sounds included, 122 mins total $38

    Vaeyan IV delivers a massive set of assorted sound design ingredients for your audio alchemy. It includes assets captured from natural ambiances, vehicles, tools, cameras, slingshots, scissors, clay whistles, flutes, ceramic jars, dumpsters, kitchen appliances, deconstructed fans, toys, doors, windows, vintage furniture, fountains, projectors, and even a slap bracelet. That's right, a slap bracelet.

    As with Vaeyan I, II, and III, this is a huddling of field recordings and sound designs that do not quite form a library on their own. However, together they make up an audio FX treasure chest gleaming with gold and silver audio loot!

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  • VARIETY01 – a grab-bag of useful, premium sound effects for your next project. From stimulating room sweeteners and essential domestic doors, to overhead aircraft and residential atmos elements, this collection has been crafted to bolster the most used areas of your library.

    The collection focuses on modern-day domestic sounds and rural/residential environment elements. These recordings have been gathered throughout the UK and are suitable for a whole host of applications, be it film, television or games.

    All sounds are royalty free and equipped with comprehensive Soundminer metadata for rapid access.

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  • Vibration is 40 minutes/676 MB of vibrating, rattling and resonating metal and plastic panels in 96 separate files – recorded in 24bit/96kHz using contact microphones.

    This is a collection of sounds that rattle, clatter, vibrate, buzz, hum and oscillate. Think huge cargo vehicles, passenger ferries or mechanical installations with loose metal panels, resonating generators and such. The vibrating was done with a 100 watt tactile transducer (like a bass speaker with no cone) hooked up to an amplifier, and getting it's signal from a modular synth. Frequencies from LFO's and VCO's were mixed, to get interesting vibrations in both sub-audio and audio range.

    Holding the transducer by hand allowed me to move it around and find the sweet spots on the various objects (a steel filing cabinet, a steel suitcase and a spring reverb tank come to mind). Depending on the amplitude of the input signal, different sounds would emerge from the same waveforms. Now and again, the transducer would get too hot to handle, and on one or two occasions, the thermo-relay on the amp would kick in. Excitement in the studio!

    You get:
    • Steel and plastic objects vibrating
    • Lots of seamless loops
    • Searchable file names
    • BWF Metadata embedded, with more included in CSV and ODS (OpenOffice) formats
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  • Drones & Moods Vibrations Play Track 1000+ sounds included, 171 mins total $29 $5

    Contact microphones allow us to record vibrations and resonances in solid objects


    The resulting spectrum is rich in low-end and has impressive  dynamics. This could easily expand your sound toolkit with a great number of interesting elements and textures for any kind of SFX production: Movies, TV, trailers, game audio, electronic music and so on.

    I picked up lots of wood, metal, plastic and many other objects (including bats on old attic) to record this library, which is divided into categories, like: bow, brush, debris, hit, hum, metal, ratchet, scrape, spin, water and etc.

    All recordings were made at 96 kHz sample rate for further manipulation, and they’re categorized by source objects and contain metadata.

    If you are looking for nice addition to your SFX production arsenal – this library is for you!

    KEY POINTS:

    • Barcus Berry Planar Wave 4000 and JrF C-Series contact mics were used
    • 146 tracks with variations
    • Perfect source of unique textures for SFX production
    • Created for further manipulation with spectrum and pitch
    • Categorized by types of sound source: Bow, Debris, Hit, Metal, Ratchet, Scrape, etc
    • Contains metadata for search engines
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  • Vibrations Bowed Materials 1 is a construction kit library composed of various plastic, metal and paper materials vibrated with a cello bow! These sounds are meant to be manipulated and mangled to oblivion for further creative purposes.  These sounds are highly flexible and can easily be pitch-shifted -48 semitones or more.  They remain remarkably useful and clean giving each sound multiple “dimensions”.

    I’ve found particularly strong potential in using these for creature sound design. One of the metal props recorded was also used to produce my Electric Arcs and Energy designed sound library. The array of how they could be used or transformed is quite possibly endless!

    Great care was taken during the recording and editing process to ensure maximum flexibility of these sounds. The recording was done at 24 Bit / 192 kHz using the Sennheiser MKH 8050 mic which captures frequencies up to 50kHz. Any processing or editing was then performed at 192kHz.

    Library includes:
    • Includes Forge/Reaktor Sample Maps

    • 7 Different Bowed Metal Prop Recordings

    • 6 Different Bowed Paper Prop Recordings

    • 7 Different Bowed Plastic Prop Recordings

    • 1000 sounds total

    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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  • Vintage Film Tech Effects features Slate claps, Beeps, Bloops, Film leader tone, Static, 2 Pops, digital dropouts, record player noise and much more. We’ve collected these vintage sounds from old Hollywood dailies reels, and film stock. 206 tracks that recreate the sound of the lost art of classic Film, TV and radio production.

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  • Vintage Telephones SFX library contains 244 sounds extracted from 10 vintage, rotary dial devices manufactured between the 1880s and 1980s. In this library, you’ll find three common ringing patterns (used in the USA, Australia, and Europe) for each telephone type, handset pickups/set downs, number dials 1-0, hook toggles, as well as single ringings with natural long ring decays to design your own ring timings according to your project needs.

    As an addition to the standard telephone sounds, we have captured some experimental ones, that were generated by feeding the devices with random low frequencies, producing some really strange mechanical rattles, buzzes, glitches, and unusual bell rings.

    THE FOLLOWING 10 TELEPHONES WERE RECORDED

    • 3 Box Phone [1882]
    • Antique Wooden Phone [1930]
    • Siemens W48 Wandapparat [1934]
    • Ericsson DBH15 [1947]
    • Siemens W48 [1948]
    • Siemens Fg Stat 23a [1956]
    • Siemens H70 [1968]
    • Siemens FeTap 611-2 [1970]
    • Siemens H70 [1975]
    • Siemens Masterset 111 [1980]

    If you want to make a rotary telephone device ring, without any landline nearby, head over to our blog here

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