Whoosh sound effects, designed movement sounds and transition sound effects
A two volume collection of HD 24-bit 96k whoosh sound effects. Ready to rock your project. Perfect for flybys, transitions, trailers, and anywhere you might need a quick accent. We designed multiple variations of each whoosh without the use of excessive reverb. This gives you the flexibility to tailor the sounds to fit your project. You can never have enough whooshes, so what are you waiting for?
Each volume is available separately. Or you can buy them together for a special price.
• In this library, get a collection of the hypnotic and meditative calls of a handmade wooden didgeridoo. These beautiful wind instruments have guttural calls that sing like wild animals. Hear overtone filled whooshes and aggressive barking attacks. Hear snarling vocalizations and gravelly growls. Hear lengthy mesmerizing drones and oscillating overtones. This library is packed full of tracks showcasing the full range of possible didgeridoo vocalizations and drones. Perfect for use as the foundation for all your designed animals and creatures.
2% FOR THE ENVIRONMENT:
• Two percent of the price of this library is donated to an environmental cause. I view it as an “artist royalty” for the planet!
Disturb sound library features 170 cutting edge cinematic impact sound effects perfect for music production, movies, tv, advertisement campaigns (trailers, teasers, promos) and more!
Whether you need those massive cinematic bassy hits or you’re looking for a dark, creepy and intense metallic impacts and slams, this sound library has you covered. With this collection of designed impacts at your disposal you’ll have a powerful, hard-hitting sound arsenal ready to become a part of your next track, game or cinematic project!
Disturb sound library contains 496MB of high definition 24bit/96khz Stereo WAV files, embedded with metadata to speed up your workflow and separated into three categories: 1. Cinematic Signature Impacts 2. Dark Horror Impacts 3. Metallic Tension Impacts
“..What are you trying to tell me? That I can dodge bullets?..” Neo, The Matrix.
“Dodge This” is a set of sounds aimed to enhance “Slow Motion” and “Bullet Time” moments in movies, trailers and video games.
It has a very strong Sci-fi feeling. So, If you need to create “passing by” bullets like in the famous “Bullet Time” scene in “The Matrix”, evoke big “Slow Motion” movements like the giant robots in “Transformers” or induce a state of focus in “Slow Motion” modes in video games, this library is great for you.
Also you will find a nice selection of impacts with a a powerful time sensation that are perfect for trailers.
Atmospheric Element • Bass Drop • Dodge_Pass By_Movement • Fx_Movement_Bass • Fx_Movement_Sci-fi • Fx_Movement_Tremolo • Fx_Reverse • Hit_Impact • Hit_Low • Hit_Shot_Sci-fi
Earn the power to control time!
Get ready to hit the slopes with this wintery gem of a sound library!
Taken from many trips up and down the slopes in Upstate New York, this library gives you in your face gliding swishes, crunching carves, turns, stops, passbys from the left and right, falls, jumps, landings, poles poking and scraping the snow, chairlift machine sounds, bindings, and more!
If you need authentic skiing sounds this library has you covered. Whether you need to create loops and insert carves in a video game or film project or if you need lengthy recordings of full trips from the top of the mountain to the bottom this library will give you it all. Enjoy Downhill Skiing!
Drops 'n' Braams brings to the table 137 new sounds of hybrid cinematic Braams and Drops to boost your production with time-bending elements and sonic manipulation brought to the max. The SFX library is produced from scratch by Alessandro Romeo, owner and lead sound designer at SampleTraxx.
With Drops ’n’ Braams you can create massive stingers, deep impacts, trailer and score elements, morphing bass, transition woosh and much more.
A great addition for trailer cue creators, score composers and cutting-edge electronic music producers.
Duello features sounds sourced from the esteemed swordplay and martial arts training facility Acadamie Duello located in Vancouver, Canada. This library contains a variety of sounds that can be used for fencing, swordplay, dueling and more!
Arming Sword – 91 files
Buckler (Small Shield) – 13 files
Épée – 96 files
Greatsword – 57 files
Longsword – 90 files
Polestaff – 14 files
Rapier Hilted Épée – 119 files
Sword Whooshes – 49 files
A broad cross-section of whooshes and swipes. Includes storm whooshes, energy sweeps, robotic fly-ins, ghostly swipes, electric whooshes, fire swooshes, and more.
Also features bursts, blasts, power ups and downs, whip bys, and logo whooshes.
Includes over 15 fields of metadata in three formats, including Soundminer.
More than 400 diverse swipe and whoosh transitions and accents drawn from a variety of sonic textures including airy, chattering, choppy, thin, subsonic, thunder, granular, and many more.
Each clip is trimmed and carefully organized in folders and with extensive metadata.
An mix of almost 400 creative whooshes, swipes, and fly-ins from an assortment of categories: comedy, energy, watery, thin, crystalline, granular, and more.
The package offers:
One-shot sub booms and low-end impacts with dramatic bass, angry and sudden downfalls, big whams, bone-chilling metallic textures, frantic clashes, glitchy futuristic hits, dramatic and disturbing explosions, and epic cinematic bangs.
Over 100 cinematic riser effects and epic buildups featuring distorted synths, eerie whispers, sci-fi glitches, hardcore guitars, dramatic reverses, drilling leads, and profoundly evolving textures. This original library is from the personal collection of trailer music composer Federico Soler Fernández (“Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets” – “Middle Earth: Shadow of War” – “Halloween – 2018” – “The Predator 2018”)
One-shot whooshing transitions with aggressive sweeps, angry and sudden drops, big heart-stopping bass, bone-chilling metallic textures, frantic reveals, glitchy futuristic flybys, dramatic and disturbing movements, and epic cinematic openings.
This library has a unique selection of electromagnetic sounds, recorded and edited with the utmost care.
Includes over 600 Electromagnetic Field sounds, 200 raw stereo 24Bit/192kHz recordings of more than 40 different electronic devices. Only the most interesting have been selected for this collection.
Inside you’ll find different kinds of Noises, Glitches, Whooshes, Passbys, Beeps, Mechanical Movements, Hum, Buzz, Clicks, Crackles, from simple smartphone to carving machine or laser engraving machine, eco-solvent printer, cutting plotter, touch screen terminal and much more.
Includes embedded Soundminer metadata.
Energy is an entirely synthesized library, inspired by classic sound effects heard in a wide variety of action and adventure TV shows. Synthesized source material to create energy beams, lasers, blasts, whooshes, explosions, magical effects and more is bundled in this library and ready to be layered and processed. Energy contains 74 audio files with 5 variations of each sound effect per audio file, totalling 370 sounds.
We are proud to announce our newest cinematic sauce pack, Epic Movie Trailer – filled with deep subsonic impacts, breath-halting bassy hits and depth-setting designed sounds, making for a must-have cinematic and hybrid SFX sound library. Includes over 360+ files, all in 96k, 24 bit fidelity.
Big Cinematic Drum Hits • Deep Synth Impacts and Sub Hits • Designed Stabs, Sweeps and Reveals • Dynamic Risers and Drops • Epic Screeches and Pulses • Hybrid Impacts, Drones and Growls • Tension LFE Bass Rumbles and more!
Collection of Abstract and Ethereal Breaths. Recorded Binaurally with optimum results when played back through headphones.
8 tracks containing 132 SFX in Total, varying levels of reverb reverse whooshes and abstract breathing patterns.
All files in WAV format with embedded Metadata fully Soundminer compliant.
Evil Twin is a Reaktor 5 and 6 ensemble for creating cinematic sound design, BPM synced rhythmic loops, intense impacts, whooshes, glitches, drones, and special effects.
Evil Twin is sample-based and contains a custom 128 sample library from SoundMorph. You can also load your own samples easily. If you own the new Reaktor 6, Evil Twin is a must have.
• Presets by Richard Devine, Ivo Ivanov, Jason Cushing, Yan David and more
• 3 LFOs
• Drawable envelopes
• Complete knob modulation
• Load up to 6 samples
• 3 effects
• Grain, Jitter, and Pitch controls
• BPM synced loops
• Included Touch OSC template
• Note: This library requires a full version of Reaktor 5 or 6
Skip all the hassle and wasted time trying to find the right sounds. Explainer Video Sound Kit has everything you need to create dynamic sound tracks for video ads, commercials, animations, marketing and explainer videos. Importantly, it’s all royalty-free and an unbeatable time saving value.
As you know, creators of motion graphics, animations and explainer videos struggle mightily with finding the right sound effects for their projects. Sadly, wasting lots of time and energy. That’s why we created the Explainer Video Sound Kit. It’s an all-in-one power pack that gets your project done fast. 1200 designed sounds, cinematic elements, transitions, Foley, natural and organic sounds and a sweet selection of background music all ready to go.
Instantly take your production to a new level of engaging sound. Create compelling audio/video experiences easier than ever. Save time and level up your audio skills like a pro with the Explainer Video sound library!
Need sound effects for your explainer videos? The EXPLNR sounds series is a collection of sfx libraries designed and produced with the classic 2d animated explainer video in mind. These sounds will give quick and useful coverage to the common moves used in this style.
Vol 1 is an excellent all-around base library that includes whooshes, clicks, pops, swells, ratchets, slides, rips, drags, flicks, crumples, and dings – all custom designed with the playfulness and clean edges required to match the explainer video style.
To help cover repetitive visual movements, multiple iterations of each sound are included. A host of designed sounds will quickly cover more complex movements.
The next time you have an explainer video in the house, you know your starting point.
• In Falling Rock, get a impactful collection of resonant rockfalls made from the volcanic rocks of the Davis Mountains. Throw hulking rocks down narrow ravines and hear clattering impacts with intense, extended energy. Hear miniature echoes of small stones pinging and gunshot-like reverberations from boulders thrown from clifftops. Hear the thick weight of boulders smashing and symphonies of rock careening down canyons.
• This library offers you an extensive collection of rocks, thrown with great effort, from lofty desert clifftops and down bottomless, echo-filled gullies.
2% FOR THE ENVIRONMENT:
• Two percent of the price of this library is donated to an environmental cause, as an “artist royalty” for the planet!
This collection features 200 Fantasy sound effects. These sounds have been handpicked from the Sound Ideas Fantasy SFX series.
Whooshes are a key component for energy and drama in a fight scene, but can sometimes be over the top. So I recorded a simple but very useful library of cloth moves specifically for fights. They work like whooshes but sound a lot more natural.
Three different fabrics: jeans, nylon shorts and a cotton pillow case. All with the same coverage: grabs, single moves (varying intensities), sequenced moves for more variation, and struggling moves for when your character is pinned.
Need the sound of burning fire, flames, fizzles, ignites, melting, crackling, rumbling, fire popping, or flame hissing?
This library is hot stuff in every sense of the word, delivering a range of burning sounds from a wide range of sources, including branches, black powder, burning bags, butane torches, celluloid, deep-frying batter, flares, gas stoves, frying pans, matches, sparkling candles, boiling water, huge torches and much more.
Fireballs is a powerful high-definition collection of whooshing, roaring, bursting, sparking, whipping, zipping, sizzling and crackling fireballs, fire sound effects and infernos – created in collaboration with flame effects expert Cary Sparx.
Aside from the flaming staves, rope darts, fire swords, meteors and flamethrowers that you’d hope for, you’ll also get some additional, unusual, tonal flame effects.
The sounds are also great for more textured whooshes and swishes, or adding punch to impacts, or generally getting that extra bassy oomph out of your badass sound creations.
This library was created to provide designers with drag and drop sounds for sweeps, fades, surges, swells, and other embellishments. Each of the sounds in this collection were designed to be used to heighten events, but they can be mashed, stacked, and chopped to create all sorts of eclectic designs. There are plays on musical concepts as well as thematic events, with each sound purposefully building up, culminating in a peak moment, and then dissipating in some way. They are organized into 100 families (designs) with 5 variations each, ranging wildly in topic, movement, duration, dynamics, attack, release, loudness, density, and speed. Some are natural and organic while others are completely rigid and synthetic (and some fall variably in between).
If you need to festoon the heck out of a scene or event in your project…If you need some complex SFX designs craftily layered and ready-to-go…If you need a diverse set of easy-to-tweak, overflowing sonic enrichment, then look no further. You've found it.
Forge is a randomization and sample layering tool. It’s capable of creating quick iterations of single sound samples or using multiple sound samples to create more advanced iterations/combinations. It comes pre-loaded with 100 samples selected from our available sound libraries.
The complete Sound Design Toolkit comes with 7 unique libraries with over 800 sounds total. Reaktor 6 or Reaktor Player 6 is required to use the ensemble tool. The collection of 7 libraries can be used on it’s own with no reliance on Reaktor.
The Reaktor ensemble was created in Reaktor Version 6.2.2 and as such you will need at least this version or higher to open it.
“Forge is great when you find yourself with one sound and think “I really wish I had more versions of this.” With the ability to do random layers its a fun and inspirational time-saving tool!
– David Farmer”
— Supervising Sound Editor / Sound Designer (Credits include Lord of the Rings, Avengers: Infinity War)
GHOSTLY AIR is a collection of 33 horror-inducing, voice whooshes, tremolo stutter, soundscapes
and diabolic vocalizations.
Perfect for all kinds of horror projects.
All SFX have baked-in Soundminer’s meta data
RECORDED WITH: Sound Devices MixPre 6 + Senhheiser MKH8060 + ATE 208
EDITED AND CREATED WITH: iZotope RX, Reaktor, Adaptiverb, Eventide, Soundtoys, Waves, Pro Tools.
The Glitch UI SFX library delivers a collection of user interface sounds created from mangled video files, circuit bent keyboards and dying hard drives.
Pops, clicks, glitches and transitions, all sourced from our Error Tone library but re-edited and processed specifically for sound designers with extensive Soundminer metadata.
Contains sounds which will work for all your user interface feedback needs, from retro computer interfaces to modern tablets to futuristic sci-fi UIs.
An onslaught of movement and force using various granularities of dirt-like substances. It's all in the name. Dirty, gravelly, and ragged.
In this library you will find a myriad of gritty movement sounds derived from 4 different granularities: Course, Medium, Fine, and Ultrafine. There are sweeps, smears, crushes, scatterings, drops, scrapes, rubs, and more, with multiple variations of each. The assets chain together particularly well so that you can use them to make long continuous runs.
The timbre and dynamics of these sounds lend them to be used for many different designs than just scrapes and scratches, such as movement in snow or sand, powerful bursts, high energy flames, shifting heavy objects, large beast vocalizations (dragons, anyone?), and more. As well, their metadata is organized conveniently to allow you to grab chunks of variations on similar movements and drop them into your favorite audio implementation software for quick assignment to random containers or sequences for an asset or call.
This library will almost always find itself being thrown into a creative media project one way or another. Its full of a particular cornerstone sound that is essential to any sounds designer's toolbox. And with such a variety and versatility to explore, we promise it will serve you well.
A warrior prepares for battle. A knight readies for combat. A sound designer prepares for post. Rock The Speakerbox is proud to present HERO, a library focused on the warrior, the victor.
Recorded on the field and on the Paramount Pictures Foley stage, and designed by award winning sound designers, HERO contains over 7 GB of HD quality content spread across 2572 construction kit sounds and 274 designed sounds. Sword fights, stabbing, guillotines, impaling, battle cries, shields, drawbridges, armor and Foley begin to detail the vast collection of sounds featured within.
Be a warrior. Be the HERO.
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