Over the years I've found that I've needed to make a few sound effects on occasion. They're all just sitting around gathering digital dust, so I thought I'd make them avaliable here for free! Or at least the price of a voluntary donation.
So here are a bunch of free sound effects. Please remember to donate if you found them useful! If you don't, the earworm of guilt may well haunt you! Please use this button to donate:
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The classic “Hallelujah” by George Friedric Handel, produced and arranged by myself for your convenience! Very realistic sound, don’t accept robotic sounding substitutes!
For that classic sound of inspiration that everyone is familiar with. Perfect for lightbulb moments, moments of breakthrough, and comedy situations.
SFX Included (time in preview) | Hallelujah Single (0:00) | Hallelujah Single Choral (0:05) | Hallelujah Half (0:10) | Hallelujah Half Choral (0:24) | Hallelujah Full (0:37) | Hallelujah Full Choral (1:01) |
The classic angelic, heavenly choir singing a simple major chord. A mixed group with a strong focus toward the female end.
The stereotypical sound effect to represent heaven. Often heard in cartoons, and comedic applications.
Just a medium boom. A bang. A little explosion.
Four variations of a rubble sound effect with diminishing sizes. Dry sound so you can add your own reverb.
Perfect for caves, landslides, post-explosion rubble, demolition, etc.
Nothing but sizzles; big sizzles, small sizzles, over 50 of ‘em, so this set’s got you covered. Recorded up close and in stereo. Very clean sound with no ambience, allowing you to add your own depending on what the project suits.
Useful for burning, fire, seared flesh, frying, fireworks, blacksmith, molten metal, sparks, volcanic ash, branding, boiling water, welding, and steam.
13 various whoosh sound effects.. Looking for a transition sound with a real impact? None of your weak whooshes here, all of them are big and meaty!
Can be used for transitions, emphasis, presentations, or even a flying arrow if you're feeling fruity!
38 distinct interface pops. Looking for that perfect pop? Well there’s plenty to choose from here, all different sounds and pitches! Treat your UI to a nice pop.
The classic sound heard in user interfaces, games, software, and presentations. But also can be used for pen lids, bubbles, and other sound building uses.
A clear, and crisp recording of a photocopier in action. Perfect for the sound of printing or copying in an office environment.
A full sword, or knife slash sound effect. A swish, followed by an impact, and wounding noise. Pretty grisly stuff!
Great for historical, or fantasy games, films, and videos.
I spent ages pointing a microphone at a rat so you don’t have to! I don’t know how, but I managed to get a nice clean squeak without any running noises. So if you need a clear rat sound effect – this is what you need!
The classic sound of a big machine or computer system shutting down after having its power cut. Pro tip: you can reverse the sound effect, and then the machine is powering back up!
Just a simple, satisfying click, as you would expect from a button, or lightswitch.
A looping sound effect for a very unhealthy engine spluttering away. Would be great for a game when a machine is on low health for instance.
Make sure you bookmark this page as I'll be adding new SFX as and when I make them