Paper sound effects
Comprised of three action packed libraries, this bundle includes HERO, BROKEN, and MELEE. Save by bundling all three in a single library.
Get ready to get back to school – in sound. This library contains more than 350 files and over 1.500 high definition sounds.
• The backpack, pens, pencils, iron ruler, the blackboard & chalk
• Different types of files, folders, books and binders
• The staplers, scotch, scissors, eraser and many other things
All the recordings are captured at 24Bit/96KHz, and include Soundminer metadata.
87 recordings of books and magazines in various sizes and weights, having their pages turned and flipped, being slammed shut, moved around on shelves and more.
Recorded in 2017 with a stereo shotgun microphone. All sounds are arranged into 4 categories, according to the nature of the recording: Pages, Shelf, Shut and Table.
All sounds were recorded and edited at 24-bit / 96Khz resolution and mastered to broadcast quality, with only the best final sounds selected for this collection. Each audio file includes embedded meta-data.
Books Alive is a collection of 434 carefully recorded and mastered book sound effects.
Turning pages, set downs, pick ups, drops, opens, closes, flipping pages, handling, sliding across and more!
All audio files have been recorded at superb 192KHZ 24BIT, multiple mic positions to capture
all the wonderful details such as cracking book bindings, handling of fabric and leather covers etc
All files come with rich and detailed Soundminer’s metadata.
BOOK 0 XS Paperback, 506 pages, thin recycled paper
BOOK 1 S Paperback, 62pages, med-thick silk paper
BOOK 2 M Hardback thick gloss finish, 508 pages, thin recycled paper
BOOK 3 L Paperback, 206pages, old, thin carbon-paper like pages
BOOK 4 XL Hardback thick fabric finish, 900 pages, thick uncoated pages
BOOK 5 XXL Paperback, 860pages, med-thick uncoated pages
BOOK 6 3XL Hardback thick fabric finish, 1800 pages, thin papyrus-like pages
BOOK 7 4XL Hardback thick leather finish, 650 pages, thick, coated silk pages
BOOK 8 5XL Hardback thick faux leather finish, 850 pages, thin coated, gloss, silk pages
RECORDED WITH: Sound Devices MixPre 6 + Sennheiser MKH 8060
EDITED AND MASTERED WITH: Pro Tools, iZotope RX (mildly).
Box Abuse II is a sequel collection to the original Box Abuse sound pack, with even more aggressive cuts, punches, kicks and drops, inflicted on a whole new batch of cardboard boxes.
And yes, multiple boxes were harmed during the recording of this project!
All sounds recorded and edited at 24-bit / 96kHz, with embedded meta data and accompanying spreadsheet.
Nothing slaps a smile on a face like the sweet sound of destruction and mayhem. Designing sound for such complex events as a collapsing building or an earthquake requires a diverse and comprehensive palette of chaos. To create such havoc, one must be equipped with the ultimate destruction sound library.
We stopped at nothing to put together this library of utter mayhem. BROKEN boasts over 9 GB of HD quality content spread across 1940 construction kit sounds and 326 designed sounds. From car crashes, explosions, crumbling buildings, earthquakes, ripping earth and metal, to debris, BROKEN features all elements of destruction.
Recorded in the field and on the Paramount Pictures Foley stage, this library equips sound designers for film, games, and web with the tools for creating a ruckus.
Get wrecked. Get BROKEN.
CashMoney is a detailed collection of 105 sounds created by recording stacks of fresh paper banknotes and metal coins.
CashMoney includes a wide variety of money based activities, from counting and shuffling paper banknotes, to handling, counting and spinning various metal coins, on surfaces, in hands and in boxes. There is also a section of designed sounds, representing a fast bank note counting machine.
This collection is divided into 3 folders, according to the type of cash:
• Coins: 68
• Banknotes: 23
• Designed Note Counter: 14
All sounds were recorded or designed, and edited at 24 Bit / 96 kHz, with embedded meta data and accompanying spreadsheets.
The elves have been busy in the Epic Stock Media sound effects workshop this holiday season. And just in time for Christmas, they’ve outdone themselves by crafting the shiny all new Christmas & Holiday Sound Effects Library. It’s a complete collection of Christmas and winter holiday sound effects that’s perfect for YouTube videos, games, home videos, films, app games, podcasts, theatrical performances, explainer videos or any multi-media production.
Professional or novice, sound engineer or hobbyist can save a stocking full of time and immediately boost the quality of any production. Sounds of Jingle Bells, sleigh bells, Santa Claus and character voiceovers, Christmas magic sounds, whooshes and transitions, Santa’s sleigh fly-bys, fire and fireplace sound, toys and wrapping presents, tree decorating and background loops. Over 900 sound effects, loops, source and designed sounds. Premixed and mastered, everything is ready to use out of the box.
CRACKS is a large exploration of different cracking sound sources – cracking, crunching, breaking and creaking.
I have recorded a number of different materials, designed and processed to create some more aggressive, powerful and ready-to-use sounds.
Bread, Cardboard, Celery, Ceramic, Chips, Glass, Ice, Icy vegetables, Leather, Paper, Pasta, Plastic, Polystyrene, Rocks, Snow, Wood.
The library contains over 300 sound files – around 2 hours of sounds included in total. Originally recorded at 192 kHz with two Sennheiser MKH8040 and a Sound devices 702, and fully metatagged.
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
This library has a unique selection of drawing and handwriting sounds, recorded and edited with the utmost care in a recording booth, with a perfect acoustic treatment, for dry and clean sounds.
Includes 1040 files 24Bit/96kHz, containing more than 6000 sounds from 26 different tools, which makes the most comprehensive drawing and handwriting library ever !
Each tool includes short sounds ( letters and punctuations with speed variations : fast and slow ), medium ( words ), long ( sentences ) and a part dedicated to drawing, allowing endless possibilities. For even more precision, some tools have been recorded on several materials like Paper ( in books and on desks ), Papyrus, Canvas, etc.
Tools used :
Includes embedded Soundminer metadata.
This library features a vast variety of garbage including glass, recycling and rubbish, falling through chutes and colliding with large plastic bins.
All sounds were recorded using the Schoeps CCM8/CCM4 mid-side microphone, stereo pair of Sennheiser MKH 8020s and Sound Devices 788T.
Mid-Side recordings are presented in their raw, uncoded format as well as decoded stereo files for efficient editing. Recordings have been processed using the Control V2 plugin by Brainworx.
If you need the sound of handwriting, this SFX library delivers: It gets you 841 files containing more than 2000 different handwriting – sounds from different pens, pencils, crayons, chalk on blackboard, felt pens, markers, even brushes and writing in sand, and carving in stone. All this in many variations from writing words and sentences, strokes, periods and doodling. So if you’re after the sound of writing, here it is:
This library is a small collection of handwriting foley on paper. It’s a mix of scribbles, doodles writing and punctuation that will save you alot of time when you need various writing movements and sounds.
All sounds recorded using the Neumann KMR81 and the MA5 Pre.
The Letters sound fx library contains a collection of sounds about writing & reading:
1. Handwriting with different pencils and handling of those pencils
2. Typing with different computer keyboards
3. Screen Text and Telemetry
4. Paper & Book
5. Typewriter (small + big)
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.
A sound pack full of money:
Falling, rolling & spinning coins, handling & counting coins and bills, rummage, pouring, digging in money piles, stacking money sacks & more.
Please insert coins to download.
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.
Nuts and Bolts contains a huge array of DIY and construction themed sound effects featuring tools that are used by tradesmen such as hammers, saws, chisels and spanners, as well as several other miscellaneous tools such as brushes, tape, filler guns and of course, nuts, bolts and screws.
As well as hand-operated tools, Nuts and Bolts gives you several power tool sound effects being operated at different intensity levels. All of the sounds in this library have been recorded in context, meaning that they reflect how you would actually use the tools, not just how they sound in a controlled studio environment. We recorded close, distant and far recordings to capture natural reverb, giving you the maximum flexibility when searching for the right sound for your projects. We also recorded dropping effects for most of the tools.
Nuts and Bolts contains a total of 145 files (with lots of variations per file) including a designed folder of 10 sounds. This library gives you everything you need to create compelling DIY and construction soundscapes, ideal for use in a range of sound design applications including building sites, mechanics garages, joinery, metalwork workshops, painting, decorating, and demolition based scenes. All sounds have been recorded in 24bit 96khz, and have been carefully edited so that you can easily drop them into your project timeline and get working right away.
Here are the included folders:
Power Tools: Lovely and disturbing drills, saws and electric sanders, perfect for becoming a noisy neighbor.
Hammers and Mallets: Hitting and dropping things as hard as possible makes a lovely sound, great for building trailer impacts.
Toolboxes: Heavy and metallic rummaging through a large toolbox.
Spanners: Turning bolts and spinning ratchets.
Saws: The seminal DIY sound effects of sawing wood.
Pliers, Grips and Screws: Micro details like these can make or break your construction scenes.
Chisels: Hitting chisels, planing wood, and scraping.
Pencils, Brushes and Tape: Drawing, brushing, measuring.
Misc Tools: Vacuuming, cutting, sanding, moving ladders and many more!
Designed Effects: A suite of heavily designed sounds which demonstrate the flexibility of the library when used for sound design.
This sound library delivers a composite and very versatile collections of sounds of all kinds of things that can be opened and/or closed.
Obviously there are several doors, hatches and drawers but also lots of other opening and closing sound effects that will come in handy in your everydays sound design work, especially for Cartoon productions and Game Audio. You will also find, Roller Shutters, Boiling Pot Lids, Umbrellas, Water Boilers, Boxes, … most with several variations.
You can use the sounds as they are or use them for intense sound design.
All Sounds were recorded with Sennheiser MKH8050 + Ambient Emesser 208 MS-Rig in a Sound Devices 744T and 788T and also with a Sony PCM-D100.
If you're after paper sound effects, this pack delivers more than 15 minutes of nothing but paper recordings. It covers various textures of paper, includes a wide range of sounds of a magazine, newspaper, old book, page turnover, paper drops, crumples, and tearing. The paper SFX library is recorded in 192kHz / 24-bit, recorded with a Sound Devices 633 with 2x KM185 XY microphones.
This is a collection of various types of paper being performed in common actions like turning pages, crumpling, tearing, and other handling sounds. Included are more bizarre textural sounds using paper like violent flapping, buzzing, bowing, and squeaking.
This collection also comes with two folders, a close up set of recordings, and a sister collection of medium-distant recordings back in the room. This is for use in background, like a person in an office turning a page over, a man shuffling a newspaper, or counting money on a table.
Many of the sounds have been recorded at high resolutions for use slowed down for textural and slow motion use as well.
This SFX collection has 96 individual sounds of paper. You’ll find actions like turning pages, tearing, smashing, cutting and more.
Each file is minimally processed. You will have the most natural sound of paper. There is variety of paper and cardboard sounds which will perfectly fit for your video/movie/game production.
Texture included: A4 sheets, book, brochure, cardboard, glossy paper, handwriting, magazine, newspaper, cutting paper, toilet paper.
All sounds were recorded and edited at 192kHz / 24it.
Paper & Cardboard is a toolset of a total of 500 HQ sound effects recorded to sound fat and solid whilst still providing various textures and motion. You can explore a range of cardboard box sounds (various weights and sizes), sheets of paper, newspapers, magazines, books, paper towels and much more.
We have approached this collection with both an experimental and practical touch. That said, our goal is to provide a. Well-rounded source elements to assist with implementing your own unique ideas and b. A variety of paper and cardboard props for foleying placement in your film, video, etc. in post-production.
Business card • Postcard • Playing card • Catalog cover • Chinese fan • Cigarette pack • Medicine pack • Cheque paper • Envelope • Photographic paper • Receipt • Folder • Pamphlet • Books of various strengths and sizes • Vintage scrapbook • Paper bag • Matte and Glossy Magazines • Newspaper • Toilet paper • Kitchen paper • A4 sheets • Baking paper • Storage cardboard boxes
The Paper SFX library gets you 186 paper sounds – including: blow, cut, cutter knife, flip, folding, kink, roll, rub, rumple, scrape, scroll, special, stretch, tap, tape, tear and wag sounds. The sounds were produced in various variations and on different paper thicknesses. All sounds are in WAV, mono, 24 bit & 96 kHz and include metadata.
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