30 Incredible Sound Effects on AudioJungle
March 31, 2016 - Uncategorized
You need good sound effects to create a good video, game or app.
Good sound design can add humour, enhance realism, or simply make your project more believable.
But there’s no need to hire a dedicated audio designer. Here is a list of the 30 most popular sound effects on AudioJungle, and a few ways that you could use them.
1. Fast Whoosh
The most popular sound effect on AudioJungle contains three different whoosh sounds.
You could use them to emphasise fast moving objects in a movie or animation, or you could use them for fly in titles in presentations or trailers.
Whoosh sounds can easily be sped up or pitch shifted in an audio editor to create different speeds.
2. Abstract Glitch Effects Pack
A combination of 19 different glitch sounds that could be easily integrated into your video, animation, voice over or intro clip. They would work great for radio transitions, too. Just add a voice over at the end saying the name of the radio station, and you’re done.
3. Cinematic Whoosh Impact Sound
Similar to number one in this list, but deeper and more epic. Better for larger objects. Could be used for trailers, cinematics, websites, or even in music compositions.
4. Hi-Tech Cybernetic Device
Electronic bleeps and high pitched mechanical whirring. Great for a robot, android or a speaking computer.
5. Mouse Click
Mouse click noise with a release. Great for screen share and explainer videos where you want to add more realism and immersion.
6. Record Needle Scratch
Realistic needle scratch sound. Great for transition between pieces of music in a video. You could add emphasis to a specific phrase or word by cutting the music with this sound effect.
7. Transformation Rise Impact
A futuristic transformation sound. Think large transforming robots or futuristic space ship take offs.
8. Interface Sounds
Pleasant computer interface sounds for pop-ups, error messages, notifications and button presses. They sound warm and inviting, and have a futuristic element. You could even replace your own computer interface sounds with these.
9. Ocean, Sea, Beach Ambience With Seagulls
An ambient track with the sea in the background and seagulls flying overhead. Recorded in stereo to make it realistic and immersive …close your eyes and you’re there.
10. Flat Pack
A large collection of sound effects that includes bleeps, whooshes, bells and more. Great for Flat Design projects. Could be used in explainer videos, infographics and apps.
11. Camera Flash
This one is pretty self-explanatory. Perfect for videos, animations or audio stories.
12. Plop & Blob
Multiple watery plops, blobs and drops of different pitches and speeds. Great for animations and explainer videos, transitions, videos, games and interface sounds.
13. Fire Logo Reveal
A deep, powerful fire effect perfect for games, films, intros and animations.
14. Wrong Answer Alarm Buzzer
An alarm buzzer perfect for recreations of game shows. Would also work well within games and apps. The author suggests adding reverb to the sound to create a prison buzzer.
15. Winter Wind
A constant, strong wind sound. Great for desolate landscapes and ambience. Could be used in films, games and videos.
A simple popping sound. Perfect for games, films and app interface sounds.
A high-quality explosion sound. Could be used in a war scene in a film or game, or used as a fly-in effect for titles and animations.
18. Football Goal
A large crowd cheering and shouting during a football match. Could be used in films, games and for comedic effect.
19. Button click
A simple button click. Good for app interface sounds or to simulate a mouse click.
20. Heart Beat
A deep heart beat sound. Great for an intense moment in a film or game.
21. Bubble Pops (4 Variations)
Four different variations of a bubble popping. The perfect sound effect for games, apps and animations.
22. Breaking Stones
This is a hard sound to replicate. Trust me – I’ve tried. The author here has done a great job and these sound effects are convincing.
23. Radio Imaging FX Pack 2
Another collection of glitchy sounds ideal for radio transitions.
24. Thunder Explosion Effect
An abstract explosion effect. This one doesn’t sound very natural, so it would be ideal for futuristic weapons.
25. Water Splash
This package consists of two different water splashing sounds. Perfect for games and videos where a realistic splash sound is needed.
26. Typing Keyboard
A recording of somebody typing on a keyboard. Could be easily looped and still sound natural.
27. Film Projector Reel
An old school film projector reel, complete with motor start-up and turn-off. High-quality and realistic. The middle section could be looped for endless playback.
28. Implosion / Explosion
An explosion sound with a climactic build up. Could be used to create tension, or used for a futuristic weapon.
29. Cinematic Tension Builder (Riser)
This sound effect would fit perfectly in a horror film. But it could also be used to create tension in any video, game or animation.
Another collection of swoosh sounds varying in pitch and speed.
Whether you’re creating a game, an app, a short film or a YouTube video, sound design is important. High-quality content will gain you more trust from your audience.
If you’re looking for a sound effect that isn’t on this list, try searching for it on AudioJungle. There are over 104,766 sound effects so you’re bound to find what you need.
Source: Photoshop | Tuts