Nature and Urban Ambiences
Interface and Game Sounds
Ambiences and Drones
Glitches Noise and Signals
Transitions Whooshes and Impacts
Weapons and Devices
Magic Spells Buffs and Attacks
Forest Ambience: Central Florida
Industrial Drones and Ambiences
Analog Synth: Bleeps Sweeps and Creeps
Metal Hits, Scrapes and Squeaks
Glitch Factory 1
Drone Shepard Tones
+ FORGE Sample Randomization Engine Reaktor Ensemble
The last 7 on the left list are currently in the process of being released and are initially only available with the FORGE Complete Sound Design Toolkit or this Everything Bundle
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I absolutely LOVE your forest ambiences. They would sit in so many of my projects so comfortably (I’ve used them already in one project for the BBC) so I wouldn’t think twice about putting that one in my cart.
The benefits come with recordings that you expect to be one thing and turn out to be useful in ways I wouldn’t expect. The title of Glitch Factory sounds very electronic (something i’m not normally drawn to) but so many of the sounds within it would have been fantastic when I did the BBC’s War & Peace a few years ago. Decent shrapnel sounds are hard to find but the crackles at the end of each of the Boom Crackle FX are great sweeteners to add to post explosion shrapnel. It’s helped me hear things in slightly different ways and helps solve problems that have niggled me for a while.
All these effects are very well put together and have a wide range of sounds to pull from. I would happily recommend The Everything Bundle from a sonic point of view. As I’ve said, from a financial point of view, as always it depends on what style of work people are making. the complete library would make sense for many people. For me I would immediately pick out the Forest Ambiences, the Nature & Urban and Glitch Factory libraries as extremely useful go to libraries. I’m also looking forward to playing with the Ambisonic library to get my head around ambisonics finally!
David Thomas, Sound Designer
I really like the unique forest ambiences, and the Reaktor tools for randomization add a lot of value.
Very beneficial - the Reaktor plugins, and the Magic library are also very affordable compared to the competition.
I would recommend this library - the forest ambiences, movements, magic and sound design toolkit all have a strong sound and feel full in a mix.
Alex Gregson, Sound Designer
The organization and the recordings are good. The metadata is very good also, I opened it all in soundly.
The reaktor ensembles were a nice surprise. I’m kind of a reactor junkie, and it’s always nice to find someone who appreciates it.
I would absolutely recommend. I have actually. Since I have the three codes for the discounted price, I have put it out in the world. They’ll move eventually.
David DeLizza, Sound Designer