All the world's a soundbank.
And often times some of the most original tones and timbres stem from the most mundane objects in your environment. The daily newspaper, an old perfume bottle, a sheet of useless metal in your garage, the ribbing of plastic, a stone dropping into water or an oily bicycle chain – just think of Aphex Twin's »Schottkey 7th Path« and its haunting rattle sound or the auditory range on Amon Tobin's »Foley Room«.
If you listen closely, there are unusual tone colors to be found everywhere. So when compiling our »Foley Sounds« package, we went to great lengths to provide only interesting and usable sounds that can be injected into a track of almost any genre – ambient, experimental stuff, industrial, techno or even trap and trip-hop. Make use of your imagination and between all those crackling, hissing and rumbling new ideas for an unconventional production will emerge.
To kickstart things with a palette of diverse sounds, we recorded bottles, breathing, chains, old pumps, plastic bags, sandpaper, sponges, tiny metals, big metals, wires and an enormous selection of other objects and materials waiting for an inventive modulation. Of course, all files come as lossless 24-bit WAVs.
So it doesn't matter whether you want to cut your teeth on basic sound design skills or add an unheard nuance to a track, this one's for you.
If you are not 150% satisfied with "Ultimate Foley Sounds" you can get your money back for up to 30 days!
Yeah, you read that right, we have a 30 day moneyback guarantee for all our products. Our customers are always so satisfied with our sample packs, that we give everyone who is unsure the guarantee to refund every single penny.
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The included WAV sound files can be used in any audio software, DAW or sampler of your choice.
If You arent fully satisfied with this pack, just send us an email via our contact form.
All files are royalty free, so they can be used in commercial projects without any problems.
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