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sound fx libraries found: 82
|Library||Description||Publisher||Sounds||Size (GB)||Metadata||Category||Price||Sampling Rate||Bit Depth||Channels||Takes||File Format||Metadata Type|
|Shotguns HD Pro||Over the course of two and a half years I’ve been recording shotguns. My crazy obsession with shotgun sound effects is here!||The Recordist||457||5.1||√||Weapon||$200.00||96||24||2, 1||5500||WAV||BWAV Description (BEXT/iXML) (e.g., Basehead, Pro Tools), Soundminer|
|Snowman||Includes soft and subtle sounds are also included such as powder impacts, slides, crystallized debris sprays, gentle rubs and more.||The Recordist||339||0.823||√||Ice, Snow||$50.00||96||24||2, 1||–||WAV||Soundminer v4|
|Special Edition||An expansive collection of professional sound effects and compelling audio design custom made to help heighten any production.||The Recordist||1030||1.42||√||Mixed Collection||$125.00||44.1||16||Unknown||–||WAV||Soundminer v4|
|Special Edition SFX Library||The Recordist’s Special Edition Sound Effects Library is an expansive collection of professional sound effects and compelling audio design custom made to help heighten any production.The designed sounds in this one of a kind collection were hand-picked from The Recordists’ massive audio archive and includes categories such as Sci-Fi, doors, crashes, impacts, airplanes, weather, water and much more. Detailed metadata is included for Soundminer Pro and other sound librarian software.This “Special Edition” contains 1030 high quality 16-Bit 44.1kHz Broadcast WAV sound||The Recordist||1030||1.42||√||Mixed Collection||$150.00||44.1||16||Unknown||–||WAV||Soundminer v4|
|Storm Lake||This library showcases a very windy storm front that passed over the region in October 2015.||The Recordist||16||1.420||√||Water||$35.00||96||24||2||–||WAV||Soundminer v4|
|Suppressed Weapons||The first of its kind, this collection is dedicated to the sound of suppressed guns. Over a year and a half in the making.||The Recordist||200||0.578||√||Weapon||$150.00||96||24||Unknown||2500||WAV||Soundminer v4|
|The Hawk Extension||Blackhawk helicopter sounds including pass bys, hovering, landing, and approaches||The Recordist||31||3.200||√||Vehicle||$79.00||96||24||Unknown||–||Other||Soundminer (Includes BWAV)|
|The Hawk: UH-60A Helicopter||A multi-channel collection of sounds from a Sikorsky UH-60A helicopter that has been converted for civilian use.||The Recordist||108||13.000||√||Vehicle||$150.00||96||24||2||130||WAV||Soundminer (Includes BWAV), Offline TXT or PDF Files|
|The Huey||This one of a kind set of sound effects features multiple ground and flight tests recorded in a exceptionally quiet environment at the local airport.||The Recordist||175||18.25||√||Vehicle||$125.00||96||24||2, 1, Ambisonic||–||WAV||Soundminer (Includes BWAV)|
|Thompson Machine Gun||Presenting The Thompson Machine Gun HD Professional Sound Effects Library, a multi-channel collection of 100 Broadcast WAV tracks recorded at 24-Bit 96kHz. The gun was recorded on two separate occasions. There was a session of shooting and foley and one extra interior foley session. The gun was recorded close up, medium and distant. The multiple channels gives you a broad selection of perspectives to choose from. Sound Designers like to create their own combinations so the individual microphone takes are included. All the multi-channel wav files are time aligned and in mono and stereo. Also included are customized mixes created here in the studio with a generous amount of combinations.The interior mechanical sounds were recorded with two microphones (Sennheiser MHK-416 & MKH-8040) to give you different perspectives and tonal variations. Again the multi-channel foley wav files are time aligned. Both the original Auto-Ordinance Drum Magazine and Stick Magazine were recorded along with various handling and selector switches.COLT THOMPSON 1921/28 NAVY OVERSTAMP MACHINE GUN (FULL-AUTO) HISTORYThe Model 1928 was the first type widely used by military forces, with the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps as major buyers through the 1930s. The original Model 1928s were Model 1921s with weight added to the actuator, which slowed down the cyclic rate of fire, a U.S. Navy requirement. The Navy Model 1928 has several names by collectors today they are; the ‘Colt Overstamp’, ‘The 1921 Overstamp’, ’28 Navy’, or just ’28N’. The “overstamp” term refers to the ‘1’ in ‘1921’ being stamped over with an ‘8’. The 1928 Thompson would be the last small arm adopted by the U.S. Army that used a year designation in the official nomenclature.This Thompson is part of the late David Maytag (Maytag Appliances) gun collection. Originally purchased from the Cupertino Police Department in 1973 and had been in the Maytag gun collection since. Nicknamed the “Tommy Gun”, the M1921 was famous throughout its career with police and criminals (during Prohibition) and in motion pictures. Has the original 50rd Auto-Ordinance Drum Magazine and one 20rd Stick Magazine.||The Recordist||100||0.3||√||Weapon||$50.00||96||24||Unknown||550||WAV||Soundminer v4|
|Thunderstorm||Thunderstorm HD Professional Sound Effects Library from The Recordist is a comprehensive collection of professional grade High Definition thunder sound effects and dynamic audio design recorded and mastered at 24-bit 96kHz. The sounds in this astonishing collection were hand-picked from over 6 years of The Recordist’s expansive archive of thunder recordings.This set contains 90 effects in a wide assortment of thunder categories including: distant rolling thunder, close-up thunder claps, cracks, fierce lightning strikes and approaching storm cells. A substantial portion of the collection was recorded without rain. Unlock the full potential of your artistic vision with one of the most exciting and comprehensive thunder sounds ever recorded.||The Recordist||90||1.2||√||Weather||$150.00||96||24||Unknown||–||WAV||Soundminer v4|
|Thunderstorm 2||At long last, it’s here! Presenting the sequel to Thunderstorm HD: Thunderstorm 2 HD Professional Sound Effects Library. Over two years and dozens of storms in the making, this 24-Bit 96kHz collection of thunder and lightning is just what you need to make any storm soundscape complete. Included among the 55 Broadcast WAV files are extremely close lightning strikes, booming rumbles, heavy claps, rainstorms and special LFE tracks for you to drop in your session with no fuss. Over 900 megabytes of pure North Idaho thunder at your fingertips. Mix and match the tracks together to build the perfect storm boomers. Also included are specially designed lightning strikes using analog style compression, multi-file layering and pitch change.The last two years here in North Idaho have been quite interesting with many types of storms blowing in. Thunderstorms were few and far between but when they rumbled over the ranch I was there, Single Malt Scotch in hand with my MKH-8040ST and Sanken CSS-5 microphones and recorded some of the most fantastic thunder I have ever heard here. Now, with the release of this library you don’t have to suffer through the hours and hours of waiting and waiting for the next storm to show it’s stuff… it’s all right here in Thunderstorm 2 HD Pro. Enjoy!||The Recordist||55||0.794||√||Weather||$100.00||96||24||Unknown||–||WAV||Soundminer v4|
|Thunderstorm 3||Presenting Thunderstorm III HD Professional Sound Effects Collection. The perfect storm is here! This sound effects library is a unprecedented audio love-fest of extremely close up dry lightning strikes and massive thunder claps only North Idaho can produce. With much help from the thunder gods over the last 3 1/2 years, this collection of mother nature’s power and fury is finally complete. The library contains 118 24-Bit 96kHz Broadcast WAV files ranging from powerful lightning strikes less than 1000 feet away to deep, booming thunder claps over 20 miles way. Also included are long takes of soothing rain with dynamic close, medium and distant perpective thunder tracks recorded in normal XY and wide ORTF stereo formats with MKH-8040 microphones and a cool little dude called the Sony PCM D-100.||The Recordist||118||3.36||√||Weather||$200.00||96||24||Unknown||–||WAV||Soundminer v4|
|Tires Episode One||TIRES HD Pro is the first in a series of sound collections that will focus only on the sound a tire makes.||The Recordist||145||7.3||√||Vehicle||$99.00||96||24||2||–||WAV||Soundminer (Includes BWAV), Offline TXT or PDF Files|
|Tires Episode Two||Tires Episode Two is the second in a series of sound effects collections that focus only on the sound a tire makes.||The Recordist||486||7.8||√||Vehicle||$119.00||96||24||4||–||WAV||Soundminer (Includes BWAV), Offline TXT or PDF Files|
|Twin Huey||Very special sounds of the UH-1N Iroquois. Ambisonic and MS Stereo.||The Recordist||14||3.20||√||Vehicle||$49.00||96||24||2||–||WAV||Soundminer (Includes BWAV)|
|Ultimate Chain||Introducing Ultimate Chain Sound HD Professional Effects Library. 670 unique 24-Bit 96kHz sound effects presented on 160 Broadcast WAV files. Included in this collection are a wide variety of performances with large heavy chains, medium chains, small chains, load binders, dumpster chains and much more.The chains were pulled through hooks, dragged on many types of surfaces and objects, hit, dropped, squeaked, and whipped around. Other props were used to enhance the chain actions like 55 gallon oil drums, old wood stoves, 1 inch think steel plates, well cover, wood deck, pipes, concrete block debris and many others. A large portion of this library was recorded with the Sennheiser MKH-8040ST with it’s extended high frequency range. Designing with the sounds from this microphone at lower pitches can create some amazing heavy chain effects for your work.||The Recordist||160||1.3||√||Metal||$75.00||96||24||Unknown||670||WAV||Soundminer v4|
|Ultimate Concrete||The Ultimate Concrete HD Professional Sound Effects Library contains an incredible 662 individual concrete blocks, bricks, ceramics, chimney lining tubes, cement footers, sidewalk slabs and various debris sounds. These concrete chunks were hit, dropped, scraped, smashed and generally mangled by my JD tractor and my trusty sledgehammer. Yes, I got quite a workout!Meticulously recorded and mastered at 24-Bit 96kHz, over a year in the making and with multiple High Definition recorders and microphones, this is one of the most diverse collection of concrete sounds you will ever find in one place. A one of a kind collection of dusty and dirty concrete sounds ready for your destruction production.||The Recordist||662||0.556||√||Dirt, Ceramic, Rock, Stone||$75.00||96||24||Unknown||–||WAV||Soundminer v4|
|Ultimate Destruction||Ultimate Destruction HD Professional Sound Effects Library is a one-of-a-kind collection of over 600 sounds presented across 217 tracks that will blow your mind. Recorded over a five year period at 24-Bit 96kHz in a multitude of dirty, dusty, smelly, noisy, dangerous and physically grueling locations.Some of the session locations were a office building being torn down, a house being ripped apart, a metal recycling plant and a junk yard. My JD tractor and my one acre outdoor foley area were also used extensively.There are no heavily processed sound effects here (except the explosions), just the real life destruction action as it happened. Many of the tracks were recorded with multiple extended frequency response microphones at close, medium and distant perspectives. Each category was recorded separately to give you, the sound designer the freedom to layer and process each type of sound individually for the most creative options. Extra long tracks of debris dumps and movements were recorded using concrete, glass, wood and metal so you have enough length to create the ultimate crash sequence.The majority of the sound effects were recorded outside in a natural environment with no room reflections. Other crazy sounds include: objects thrown into a huge dumpster, an axe thrown against a ceiling light fixture, excavator metal bucket hits, construction trash bin foley and much more.With this collection your creative options for designing high impact destruction soundscapes for your productions are nearly limitless. You can rest assured that you will not have to get dirty, smelly and exhausted recording the insanity of destruction… I’ve done that for you. Stay safe.||The Recordist||600||1.5||√||Dirt, Ceramic, Rock, Stone||$100.00||96||24||Unknown||–||WAV||Soundminer v4|
|Ultimate Fire||At long last, here it is, after four long years and zero trips to the emergency room, what every serious sound designer needs: A professionally recorded fire sound effects library. I present: Ultimate Fire. This scorching hot royalty free collection contains 583 fire sound effects recorded at 24-Bit 96kHz and 192kHz.I started this sound library out of the need for a diverse collection of fire that I could use in my work for video game audio. As I recorded more and more fire I began to realize that this fire adventure was starting get serious so I kept on recording until I had a massive quantity of material. I then carefully edited and mastered the source material for what turns out to be a total of three months in man hours. I hope you enjoy this sound library as much as I enjoyed recording it. Fire is a blast to record but very, very dangerous. Now you don’t have to go out and get hot, sweaty, smelly and burned. I did that for you.||The Recordist||583||4.1||√||Fire||$150.00||96||24||Unknown||–||WAV||Soundminer v4|
|Ultimate Foliage||Ultimate Foliage HD Professional Sound Effects Library from The Recordist is a one of a kind collection of High Definition foliage sound effects recorded and mastered at 24-Bit 96kHz. Included in the 196 tracks are over 750 unique leaf, bush, grass and tree branch performances ranging from the soft subtle rustling of leaves to hard hitting tree limbs. A sound effects collection like no other.More than just leaves were recorded. There is fruit falling from trees, branches thrown into the forest, hard wood breaks, swishes, rake hits, slithering on dry leaves, wind gusts and so much more.This library was designed in part to give the sound designer a multitude of foliage textures that can be layered into any stereo or 5.1 natural outdoor soundscape. Also included are many diverse leaf swishes, impacts and rustling from many plant sources including bushes, cattails, ferns, maple tree limbs, hops, fruit trees, and grass.||The Recordist||196||2.1||√||Mixed Collection||$75.00||96||24||Unknown||–||WAV||Soundminer v4|
|Ultimate Glass||Presenting Ultimate Glass HD Professional Sound Effects Library. This ground breaking collection has 736 pristine glass sound effects recorded at 24-Bit 96kHz. Sounds included but not limited to: Windows, Mirrors, Bottles, Vases, Jars, Dishes, Wine Glasses, Drinking Glasses, Light Bulbs, Ornaments and Computer Screens.Not only is there the usual smashing and breaking of glass, there are many sounds made by glass that are perfect for video game and film sound design. Pitch, bend, warp and process to your hearts delight. Scraping glass and small impacts were recorded very close up with incredible detail for unusual sound design capabilities.A house that was being prepared for demolition was used to smash dozens of windows and mirrors hanging on the walls. Large objects were tossed though the windows from the inside and out.Over a year in the making and dozens of location recording sessions, this is the Ultimate Glass Collection.||The Recordist||736||0.76||√||Glass||$75.00||96||24||Unknown||–||WAV||Soundminer v4|
|Ultimate Ice||Ultimate Ice HD Professional Sound Effects Library contains a whopping 715 cracks, impacts, scrapes, rubs, tension and icicle debris sounds. Recorded at 24-Bit 96kHz and over 4 freaking cold North Idaho winters in the making this new professional sound library will give you the chills.
Ice has tons of character depending on how cold the environment is. It can sound brittle, crunchy, solid, wet and like glass. It has many uses in audio production for video games, film and television but is most useful for keeping your beer cold.
As a naturally occurring crystalline inorganic solid with an ordered structure, ice is considered a mineral. It possesses a regular crystalline structure based on the molecule of water, which consists of a single oxygen atom covalently bonded to two hydrogen atoms, or H-O-H. However, many of the physical properties of water and ice are controlled by the formation of hydrogen bonds between adjacent oxygen and hydrogen atoms. It is a weak bond, but is critical in controlling the structure of both water and ice.
Ice is one of the sound sources I’ve used the most in the video games I’ve worked on. Whether it was for magic spells, fantasy weapons, impacts, or ice caves, I never had enough ice source material. After spending years trying to design fresh, new ice-based sound effects using the same old library sounds (and man, sometimes it was not easy), I decided it was time to create my own personal collection.
I started recording ice soon after I moved to North Idaho in 1997. Living up here in the middle of nowhere gives me the ability to record lots of ice and snow. We have six very long months of winter so I am always at the ready to run outside very early in the morning to record the latest overnight ice formations (even in my bathrobe if I have to).
|The Recordist||715||1.03||√||Ice, Snow||$75.00||96||24||–||–||WAV||–|
|Ultimate Ice 2||Presenting Ultimate Ice 2 HD Professional Sound Effects Library, the long awaited sequel to Ultimate Ice HD Pro. Recorded over a three month period on the pristine ponds and lakes in North Idaho. This collection was captured with crystal clear detail at 24-Bit 96kHz with the extended frequency range Sennheiser MKH-8040ST XY microphone setup. From the smallest breaks to huge dispersion cracks across lakes hundreds of acres in size, this collection is sure to come in handy on your next “winter” sound design project.All kinds and thicknesses of ice was recorded and at many different temperatures. It was kicked, cracked, hit with a sledgehammer, crushed into itself and smacked with heavy chunks of ice. Ice debris was dropped and tossed around at many locations for a unbeatable, multiple take set of crash effects. When all these styles of frozen water and air vapor are pitched around with your favorite audio mangling tool, you will be amazed at the broad spectrum of sounds that can be created with the ultra high frequency response of the microphones. Also included is a generous selection of heavy boots walking, running, stomping and sliding on thick ice.The extreme low frequency nature of some of these ice recordings are perfect for LFE tracks and as additional elements layered in with higher pitch cracks.Recorded above the ice with a Sennheiser MKH-8040ST microphone rig to capture the large ice temperature fluctuations like the MKH-8040ST can do very well… way down below 20Hz.||The Recordist||143||1.01||√||Ice, Snow||$75.00||96||24||Unknown||365||WAV||Soundminer v4|
|Ultimate Mud||Ultimate Mud HD Professional Sound Effects Library contains 464 really slimy mud sound effects recorded at 24-Bit 96kHz. Mud was dropped, squished, splashed, moved and poured to create a generous assortment of sounds that will compliment any horror movie soundtrack or video game.Actions include: mud dumped from a tractor bucket, plopped and poured from a 5 gallon pail, squeezed and hit with a shovel, stirred with a garden hoe, stomped on with rubber boots, air hose suction and so much more. This was some pretty smelly stuff. Don’t worry, after a complete medical physical I was OK. Now, the mental evaluation report I will keep to myself.Got mud? This goopy collection has splats, splashes, drips, pours, plops, bubbles, bursts, gurgles, movements, impacts, spooges, slimy slithers, suction and general mud mangling creature vocals.||The Recordist||464||0.638||√||Dirt, Ceramic, Rock, Stone||$75.00||96||24||Unknown||–||WAV||Soundminer v4|