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  • Foley Omega Play Track 800+ sounds included $20 $10

    Omega by Badlands Sound features 800 sound effects featuring various items and actions that includes a wide variety of sounds that can be found throughout the home like Mason Jars setting on wood tables, fake plants, cases, dog toys, tool bags and so much more. The library is great for expanding your libraries to speed up work flows while sound editing projects or doing sound effects for video games. This sound library was recorded in a very quiet studio with professional audio equipment including Sound Devices 702t and Sennheiser MKH 8040’s. All sounds are 24 bit / 96k sample rate, minimal de-noise, minimal processing and includes metadata.

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  • Foley Open & Close Play Track 1005++ sounds included $49

    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.

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  • Introducing part 2 of the ‘Open & Close’ sound effects library. It brings you even more versatile sounds of various things that can be opened and/or closed. Obviously there are again several doors, hatches and drawers – but also lots of other opening and closing sound effects that will come in handy in your everyday sound design work, most with several variations. Be sure to check out the sound list below.

    You can use the sounds as they are or use them for intense sound design. All sounds were cleaned, edited and filled with BWF-Metadata for instant use in your projects.

    Sources include:
    Ashtray Lid • Backpack • Handbag • Bag Suitcase • Beltbag • Blanket • Box Plastic • Cabinet Door • Cardboard Box • Cardboard Tube • Carryall • Clasp • Coffee Machine Lid • Cooking Pot Lid • Cupboard Door • Curtain Shower • Dishwasher Hatch • Door, Apartment • Door, Balcony •
    Door Basement • Door, Bathroom • Door, Glass • Door, Metal • Door, Squeaks • Door, Wood • Drawer, Cardboard • Drawer, Cloth • Drawer, Construction Plans • Drawer, Dishwasher • Drawer, Kitchen • Drawer, Metal • Drawer, Oven Baking Plates • Drawer, Plastic • Drawer, Wood • Drawer, Wood Cutlery • Elevator • Hand Drill Battery Slot • Handbag Leather • Hatch,_Bread Box • Hatch, Metal • Hatch, Oven • Hatch, Plastic Freezer • Hatch, Plastic Lose • Hatch, Plastic Printer • Hatch, Plastic Tape • Hatch, Plastic Tiny • Hatch, Plastic Vacuum Cleaner • Hatch, Plastic Vacuum Cleaner Hose • Hatch, Washing Machine • Jar Nutella • Lock_Combination Suitcase • Lock Basement Door • Lock Old Door • Microwave • Notebook Bag • Pedal Bin Lid • Plastic Bag • Plastic Sachet • Plastic Tube Small • Refridgerator Door • Rolling Shutter Garage • Safe • Schoolbag • Shirt Button • Sliding Door Cupboard • Sliding Door Shower • Sliding Door Wood • Sports Bag • Stapler Gun • Tin Box Lid • Tin Flask • Tin Lunch Box • Toilet Seat • Toolbox • Trashcan Lid • Vacuum Cleaner Battery • Vacuum Cleaner Dust Tank • Vacuum Cleaner Filter • Velcro • Waterboiler Lid • Window • Window Roller Shutter • Window Tilt • Zipper •

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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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  • Want that sound that’s made between the Optometrist asking if a or b is better? Want to hear what it sounds like when your eyes are being scanned and tested? Hear your glasses being adjusted before you get to wear them? The optometrist equipment library has all of this ready for you to use. This small boutique library covers a range of equipment used everyday to help optometrists figure out how well we see. Whether you’re using the machine noises to cut an optometrist scene or if you want to take the many mechanical sounds and design them into something other worldly it’s all there for you.

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  • 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.

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  • We went on a boat expedition, recording a magnificent wooden sailing boat! We took care to record from many perspectives: from top, front, near water wavelets ambiences, from inside the hull, near the captain position.

    Recorded with various configuration and microphones, the mkh 8090, Lom MikroUsi, Aquarian hydrophones, placed on various locations. You’ll find mechanism of the winch and sail manipulation, along with emergency engine.

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  • Before streaming, before the mp3 Player, before the portable CD Player, the Portable Cassette Player reigned supreme. Now you could walk and listen to your favorite tunes!

    Personal Cassette Player_Pack 01 is the first in the Personal Cassette Player collection. Pop in that cassette and listen to the GPX Cassette Personal Stereo Player. Included are various buttons with and without batteries in, with and with out the tape in, open and close of both the tape compartment and also the battery compartment. Flip that cassette to the b side and pop it in. Maybe shake it a bit and squeeze first.

    Over 700 sounds fills out the 30 files. They were recorded with the Sennheiser MKH8050 and MKH30 microphones and exported in stereo. Recored at 24 bit, 192kHz and metadata tagged using Soundly and Bashead.

    Play and run the tape, or fast forward to the good part, plug in those headphones and enjoy!

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  • Personal Cassette Player_Pack 02 is the 2nd in the Personal Cassette Player Collection. In this pack are recordings of the Sony VOR Cassette Player/ Recorder. Click record and make your own recording. Press play and listen back, but don’t forget to rewind it first! Included are different buttons and sliders including the Fast Playback, Mic Sensitivity, and Pause Switch. Slide the tape in the compartment, turn it in your hand, fast forward to the end, or take the batteries out.

    All recordings are metadata tagged using Basehead and Soundly, recorded at 24 Bit, 192kHz using the Sennheiser MKH8050, MKH30 microphone combo into a Sound Devices Mix Pre-6.

    Plug in those headphones, sit back, relax, and listen to your favorite classic cassette tapes.

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  • What happens when you get lucky while figuring out a Cassette Player that hasn’t run in years? You bring out an annoying motor whine that last long enough to capture and record it.

    In the 3rd installment of the Personal Cassette Player Collection, Personal Cassette Player_Pack 03, includes recordings of the name-sake, the brand name, the leader of the pack, the Sony Walkman FM/AM Player. Included in this pack are sounds of buttons, fast forwards, rewinds, sliders, switches, opens, close, motors, and the surprising motor whine. Over 1875 sounds packed into 54 files and 48 minutes with loads of different motor sounds!

    All recordings are metadata tagged using Basehead and Soundly, recorded at 24 Bit, 192kHz using the Sennheiser MKH8050, MKH30 microphone combo into a Sound Devices Mix Pre-6.

    Plug in those headphones, sit back, relax, and listen to your favorite classic cassette tapes.

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  • KLAP Sound took a piano and tortured it, dismembered it and finally destroyed it—and recorded the whole process. For the making of this library, they used several tools such as hammers, screwdrivers, knives, and saws, as well as props like dirt, send, gravel, forks and other sharp objects. The results are raw sounds of foley with musical rings, harmonic tails and creepy vibes that are dry yet barely edited for your own enjoyment.

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  • POS FUJI Cam Edition is a collection of 346 carefully recorded and mastered camera sound effects.
    Shutter sounds, rotary dials, buttons, aperture ring, handling, powering on and off, inserting battery, SD cards and more!

    Collection was recorded using two tope tier Sennheiser microphones: Sennheiser MKH8040 for a closer perspective and MKH8060 shotgun mic for slightly further one.

    All SFX have baked-in Soundminer’s meta data.

    RECORDED WITH: Sound Devices MixPre 6 + Sennheiser MKH 8040 and Sennheiser MKH 8060
    EDITED AND MASTERED WITH: Pro Tools, iZotope RX (mildly).

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  • Sci-Fi Polarity Play Track 975 sounds included $90 $67

    Polarity delivers more than 950 sounds of electricity, science and technology – captured in several locations around the world, from electricity museums to science labs. About 50% of the library is all about electricity, with various types of Jacob’s Ladders, Tesla Coils, Ruhmkorff lamp and all sorts of impactful bursts of energy.

    Then we go through welders, plasma spheres, 3D printers, starting to cover a more broad technology theme – like old phones, telegraphs, dynamo wheels, rotary dials, whirling watchers, alarm, lab centrifuges, something scientists call a roller and a rocker, servo sounds, neon lights, a wimshurst machine and sparklers.

    Many sounds in this section were captured from vintage equipment, from a 1928’s tram to old telephone switchboards, high voltage levers and control surfaces.

    All content was recorded at 192KHz with a Sanken CO100K, a couple of Sennheiser 8040 and a Neumann 81i, translating into final assets that have plenty of ultrasonic content, ready for the most extreme manipulation.

    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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  • Mechanical Power From The Past: Engines Play Track 51 sounds included, 17+ mins total $35 $25

    This is a collection of recordings of industrial/farming make-and-break engines from the end of the 19th beginning of the 20th century.

    It features small clockwork type clinks and clicks, larger gears and pistons, and huge exhaust pipe chugs and blasts.

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  • Industrial Power Station Play Track 84 sounds included, 318 mins total $50

    Boilers, turbines, recycle pumps! Desulphurisation flues, electrostatic precipitators, and solar photovoltaic arrays! We don’t entirely know what these things do – but we know for certain they sound amazing!

    Last year we were granted access to one of the UK’s largest coal-fuelled power stations. With hard hats, steel toes, and a swag of mics we recorded every space and machine we could. The result is a highly comprehensive collection of industrial recordings that describe heavy 20th century industry.

    We’re talking about the archetypal power station too, not something dumbed down for 2020. This place was the real deal! Great big looming cooling towers, massive halls of turbine engines, coal mills, rumbling underground passages, rooms full of electrical gadgets, pumps of all types, oh and a coal train unloading a 100 ton hopper.  It’s a hell of a library.

    We recorded in a quad setup using a pair of Sanken CO-100ks, a pair of Sennheiser 8020s. We also had a Schoeps CMXY nearby getting an independent perspective. The recordings are versatile, pitch like crazy, and are useful for hundreds of applications.

    These power stations won’t be around much longer – so we’re glad we got a chance to record this beast of industry while we could.

    Enjoy!

    “There’s a lot of great stuff in here.  A nice variety of steadies for sci-fi and industrial use.  There’s also tracks with just the right amount of activity (not TOO busy).  Authentic scale is hard to fake so this is a great pack of sounds to have for large mechanical spaces.  Great steam/air releases too, and a large servo motor startup that is a real gem.” -Dave Farmer

    “It is always a handy to have a library from these guys.  Well recorded and full of interest, Power Station is a great library and full of never before heard sounds. It’s sometimes difficult to visualise a space from a recording, but definitely not with this collection. They’re huge and real. Most of the time drones and tones can feel synthetic, but they have really managed to capture a true real industrial soundscape. They are definitely colossal.” – Ben Meechan

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  • Mechanical Power Tools (DTA) Play Track 113+ sounds included, 67 mins total $35

    This power tool sound library will provide you with all kinds of “whizzzz”, “brrrrr” and “Bwoooooo”.

    Power Tools is full of top quality recordings of different small motors and rotors, all meticulously recorded in both mono and stereo. Contains bursts, sustained operation, revving up and down, drilling and drags against different material.

    Can be used for foley purposes but would also be a cool addition when making sounds for spaceships, sci-fi guns, vehicles, robots and other neat stuff.

    Recorded with a Rode Large Diaphragm Condenser (NT1-A) in Mono and Oktava MK 012 in spaced stereo configuration, at 192 kHz, 24 bit.

    Tools recorded:
    Angle Grinder • Bench Grinder • Circle Saw • Dremel • Hot Air Gun • Jig Saw • Plastic Wheel • Screwdriver (A+B+C) • Small Vibrating Saw • Tiny Screwdriver • Wood Router
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  • Make use of the diverse mechanized noises from a standard office printer, scanner, and copier in your audio projects!

    Print is a boutique sound effects library of automated clicking, beeping, and whirring sounds all captured from a single Ricoh® laser printer. Every action, setting, and component of the machine was pristinely recorded to give you high-quality printer sound effects including the paper feed, scanner bed, duplexer and more.

    These printer recordings are perfect for office backgrounds. And they are equally useful in the sound design of retro-futuristic devices, robotic creatures, electronic gadgets, and steampunk industrial machines. The Print library also includes several pre-designed steampunk sound effects ready for immediate use.

    Key Features:

    • 50 sound effects (2.2GB)
    • 24-bit/96kHz broadcast .wav files
    • Descriptive embedded metadata
    • 100% Royalty-Free

    Credits:

    Colin Hart: Recordist, Editor
    Joseph DiMarco: Editor, Librarian

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  • Print Shop is a SFX & Ambiance pack containing a lot of great material from a big industrial print shop. The Soundcatcher recorded 4 different printing machines, Print Shop Ambiances in ORTF and a lot of really nice subsonic stuff with two contact microphones. As always, all sounds are tagged with Soundminer friendly metadata and the pack comes in 4 different sizes and qualities.

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  • Process Malfunction features 40 intricate future technology glitch production elements for science fiction scenarios where computers are going way out of control. You'll hear corrupt data streams, servers overloading, user interface issues, generative, abstract rhythms and more in this detailed exploration of what the computers of tomorrow may sound like when they go wrong.

    Perhaps the mainframe has been compromised from a series of lethal hacker attacks or alien communication signals are interfering with the network, maybe the CPU has just seen better days… Whatever the cause of the failure, the machines have been corrupted and they are struggling, screaming and hanging on for their last bleep…

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  • Coming to a loudspeaker near you!

    PROJECTOR – an extensive library encompassing sounds of film projection equipment.

    This collection contains sounds such as power switches and breakers, buttons and catches, shunts and clunks from many sources including 35mm lens turrets, powering up and down processes, threading up 35mm and 16mm film projectors by experienced projectionists, extraction fans, intermittent sprocket clicks and errors, film handling and splicing, operational projection room ambiences and many more.

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

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  • Foley Props Box Play Track 169+ sounds included, 292 mins total $50 $40

    Props Box 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 169 mono files feature more than 1000 sound effects, as each recording contains different variations of the same activity.

    Some of the props included:
    Baskets • boxes, handling and shaking • brooms • broom • cutlery • deodorant spray • duct tape • foam, touching and rubbing • glass container lid, handling and scraping • hand brushes • hotel bell • jewelry, handled and dropped • lighter • matches, handled and burning • metal bars • metal bells, inside plastic balls & toys • metal bottle • metal bracelet • metal container lock • metal jewelry • metal suitcase locks • metal watch band • necklaces • pilers • plastic buttons • plastic gears • plastic wheels • porcelain figure • porcelain lamps • rubber band, plucks and snaps • rusty doors • scissors • small bars • small stones • stones picking up multiple from the floor mono 8040.wav • tape measure • toy balls • toy cars • water spray • wicker • wooden drawers • wooden frames
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  • Quadcopter Drone CX10 is a small radio controlled toy with a feisty character that could be described as a robotic version of an angry bee.

    This library covers in detail everything you can do with this little neat quadcopter drone. You get sounds of acceleration, deceleration, steady engine fly loops of various speeds, engine revs, fast turns, ground hoppings and takeoffs. In case you need them I also recorded collisions and landings on various surfaces like carpet, metal, rock, plastic etc. Surprisingly these sounds are quite suitable for user interface sounds too.

    The steady engine fly loop sounds are really useful when you want to create your own flyby / passby sounds. I can also imagine using this library to add some unique flavour to winged insecty characters in a game or just to richen otherwise bland engine sounds.

    The whole library was recorded in 96KHz 24bit quality so these sounds are really flexible if you want to experiment with pitch, stretch and other audio tools.

    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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  • Gone is the era of the typewriter, when the cacophony of countless typebars striking the platen could be heard emanating from every office building, but with SkewSound’s QWERTY Sound Library, you can recreate those days. We used an electro-mechanical typewriter from the 1970s to create this library.

    This allowed us to get some unique sounds that simply can’t be created with an older, mechanical typewriter.

    In this library you’ll find some stellar machine gun-like mechanical sounds, impacts, sweeteners, motor hums, and more mechanical switch and button effects than you’ll know what to do with.

    QWERTY highlights:

    • Recorded, edited, and delivered in full 96kHz/24bit high definition audio
    • Every performance was multi-mic’d, providing you with a greater range of tonal qualities to modify to your hearts content
    • Over 35 minutes of audio
    • Fully embedded Soundminer metadata

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  • Looking for sounds of a remote controlled car? Here you go: This sound effects library features 170 sound effects of the Reely Core RC Car. You get several on-board and external driving sounds, pass-bys, close-up steering mechanics and idling mixtures, and of course some crashes. All sounds are edited and cleaned for direct use in your upcoming sound design projects. All sounds contain detailed BWF Metadata.

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