This week’s update includes sound libraries of household, machinery, mixed collection, and sound design.
Today’s roundup features sound effect libraries from these categories:
- Household Sound Effects
- Machinery Sound Effects
- Mixed Collection Sound Effects
- Sound Design Sound Effects
Household Sound Effects
SilverPlatter Audio shares Handwriting Foley (496 sounds, 0.861 GB, $19.00): Mechanical pen and pencil clicks, cap pop-offs and snap-ons, squeaky pens, thick markers, crayons, ball point pens, felt pens, erasers, etc.
Machinery Sound Effects
SilverPlatter Audio adds Antique Mechanisms (357 sounds, 0.901 GB, $34.00): Sounds of gears and mechanisms from vintage machines like an old classic Brother typewriter and an antique pedal sewing machine.
Mixed Collection Sound Effects
Airborne Sound releases Carnival And Funfair (66 sounds, 3.6 GB, $37.00): Nearly 70 carnival and funfair sound effects including gaming sounds, fairground ride machinery, and amusement park crowds.
Sound Design Sound Effects
344 Audio presents 3 libraries:
Flesh, Bones & Gore (57 sounds, 0.111 GB, £20.00): Gruesome gore sounds including heavy chopping of body parts with a sword, axe and guillotine, crushing bones, peeling skin, ripping out, etc
Flesh, Bones & Gore Vol. 2 (60 sounds, 0.121 GB, £18.00): Hard-hitting gore sounds with cringe-worthy bone crunches, voracious monster bites, and wet, textured tearing of flesh.
Flesh, Bones & Gore Vol. 3 (52 sounds, 0.186 GB, £18.00): Unsettling gore sounds with slurps and growls of a creature eating flesh, bone cracks, flesh rips, and more.
Sonnily adds Rise & Fall (202 sounds, 0.322 GB, $22.00): Short, medium, and long rising and falling swells, digital glitches and impacts, ramps, risers, wobbles, warped transformations, and more.
Alexander Gastrell shares Alarms & Warnings Designed (104 sounds, 1.16 GB, $25.00): Alarm sounds suitable for the sci-fi genre with one-shot and 30 second loop audio files.
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