Today I’m releasing a new sound effects library. It’s 75 audio clips in over 600 megabytes of sound. It’s free of charge to download, for a limited time.
It’s called, unsurprisingly, Variety 3.
Why “Variety” Sound Effects?
Variety 3, like the two sound collections before it, is different. It includes everyday tracks meant to augment your existing library. They’re sound clips that are commonly needed. I wanted to create inexpensive collections of useful clips that find their way into your projects frequently. That’s why I call them “Library Builder Bundles.”
These sound effects were once part of a bonus add-on pack to buyers of Soundminer software. I’ve enhanced it a bit. I’m making it available to everyone today, free of charge.
What Is Variety 3 Sound Effects?
The Variety 3 sound library contains 75 sound effects in over 600 megabytes of audio. It includes river, baby, phone, and thunder sound fx. There are firecrackers, zippers, and camera sound clips. It’s a broad mix of tracks.
I particularly like the vegetable destruction fx. I destroyed a pumpkin, grapefruit, celery, and other unlucky veggies to emulate body damage, hits, skin peeling, and other horror sound clips.
There’s also a good handful of my favorite cheers ranging from a small group of four, sports bar crowd reactions, and minor league baseball fan shouts.
There’s much more than this, though. Check out Variety 3 to learn more and download the sound library.
- 75 sound effects.
- Over 600 megabytes.
- Free, for a limited time.
It will only be available free of charge for a week or so, so it’s a good idea to grab early. Your personal order links automatically expire after a day, so it’s best to order and download at the same time. Here are ordering instructions.
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What’s Next for Airborne Sound?
Stay tuned. More sound libraries will be released soon.
And here’s that link to the library again: Variety 3 Sound Effects.
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Thank you for your interest! Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or comments.
~ Paul Virostek