Some great libraries were released in September and October. Here is the October’s indie roundup.
Gore and slaughter by Tonsturm
This library features all the sounds you need to design scenes of carnage and mutilation: splattering and spilling blood, bone breaks, flesh ripping, skinning, slithering-slimy textures and corps bursting cracks.
Scenes From The Multiverse 1 – Super Hero by Audio Imperia LLC
The AUDIO IMPERIA “Scenes From The Multiverse” cinematic tool kit series is specifically designed for modern action and super hero movies a la Marvel Avengers, Spiderman, Thor, Guardians of the Galaxy, X-Men, DC Comics, Superman, Batman, Star Trek, Star Wars, etc.
Comes with custom Kontakt Patches, using powerful open-source engine Photosynthesis, and requires the full version of Kontakt 184.108.40.206 or higher (the patches will not run in the free Kontakt Player)
The Porsche 911 GT3 by echo | collective
The Porsche 911 GT3 library is a series of recordings that were made on a track just outside of Houston on media day for the Effort race team. These are 2014 Porsche 911 GT3 Rs that race on the Pirelli World Challenge series. Each car has a naturally aspirated, water cooled, four valve 4.0 liter flat six cylinder Porsche engine. These cars create 500 horse power from the factory and race with E10 fuel. The transmission is a Porsche six gear racing box with sequential shift mechanism.
Lost Transmissions by Soundmorph
Lost Transmissions is a collection of electromagnetic and radio recordings with an emphasis on communications gone wrong. Malfunctioning static, radio recordings, analog hums, designed passbys, & tonal/fluctuating noise. Lost Transmissions is another essential set of utilitarian libraries to add to your tool box. Recorded and designed by Jason Cushing (co-founder of SoundMorph).
Tokyo – Outdoor Ambiances by hzandbits
Sounds include traffic in the form of cars, trucks, lots of bicycles and pedestrians, commuters at Kyodo Station, cicadas at night, Japanese crows cawing, as well as the unmistakable sounds of a Buddhist cemetery in a light breeze (!). In short; just the right sounds to make Japanese suburbia come alive in your productions.
Recorded exclusively using stealth methods (near-concealed microphones), this is a slice of life, as lived by the locals of this rather pleasant middle-class neighborhood.
Roaring Stags by Soundholder
Get the powerful sounds of roaring stags – captured in the wild. Recording these sounds was a huge challenge, and about 90% of the captured material was discarded. However, 10% made the cut, and that’s what you get in this unique collection: Roaring Stags gets you more than an hour of wild stags roaring in their natural environment.
WoodWork by Phonophilist
WoodWork is a collection of wooden sound effects, and gets you the sounds of Sawing and Planing, Axe Hits into wood, Sanding, and sounds from a Wooden Vise.
Computer Sound FX 2.0 by SoundBits
The “Computer Sound FX 2“ Sound Effects Library from SoundBits contains over 1000 designed computer sound effects including interface, noise, glitch, alarm, bleep, processing, loading, interaction, malfunction, access, and 8-Bit SFX.
Electronic Drain by SampleTraxx
Need electric sounds such as sparks, current flows and electric arcs? Electronic Drain is a collection of electric and electronic sources specifically designed for movies, audio logos and trailers. The library includes new and experimental sound material generated using the most cutting-edge digital signal processing techniques.