Ambiance recordings of construction sites containing excavators, cranes, power tools & pile drivers. 24bit/96kHz. Click for more info and audio preview.
42 files/1.4 GB of howling winds plus pummeling rain and sleet. Click for more info and audio preview.
121 files/399MB of chaotic electronic noises in 24bit/96kHz mono, recorded with induction pickups. Click for more info and audio preview.
27 hvac-addled drones and room tones sound effects in 24bit/96kHz mono & stereo. Large ventilation and filter units, cooling compressors and whining fans.
The ultimate collection of rubber stamp sound effects: 7 stamps - 45 different sounds . 24bit/96kHz quality. Click image for info and an audio preview.
16 cash register sound effects recorded in 24 bits/96 kHz quality. Click image for info and an audio preview.
86 Glass & Ceramic bell-like sounds, tuned to nearest musical note, sampler-ready, 24bits/96kHz Mono.
49 bell-like sound effects ranging from clear, distinct glockenspiel-ish, to shimmering, modulated otherworldliness. Click image for info and audio preview.
Strange, gong-like object unleashed. Click image for info and an audio preview
21-piece kit of rusty, bonnet-bashing drum sounds. Click image for info and an audio preview.
19-piece piercing, pain-inducing drum kit. Click image for info and an audio preview.
RomDrom is an 18-piece mixture of field recordings, synth drums and real drums. Click image for info and an audio preview.
I aim to offer one of the most interesting, surprising and inspiring places to go for anyone looking for sound effects for games, sound effects for movies – or maybe even sound effects for powerpoint, if you have that inclination.
My approach is to offer small(ish) sound collections, each focused on a single topic. A collection of door sound effects, for instance, will not contain contain hundreds of different doors – more likely a handful. Why? To minimize the clutter on your hard drive, frankly. You get to listen to a preview covering all the essential sounds in the collection, to give you a better chance of knowing what you get – before you buy.
Some websites offer huge downloads with tons of content, and in some cases, that makes sense. You probably already have some of those – you probably don’t need a lot more. I want to provide you with small sound effects downloads of exactly the sounds you need – or perhaps sounds you haven’t heard before. With that said, go ahead and browse. I hope you find what you are looking for – or perhaps something better.
Best, Christian Hagelskjaer From – Owner, hzandbits.com