1

good ones please, not the shitty low quality ones recorded from iphones, actual, good, music and sounds i can get for free, please? pleeeeeeeeeeeease!

i'm currently in the process of learning how to code, if you would like to contact me, skype is preffered, use one of the following:
skype: brennan draves
email: [email protected]
website; not yet up: redfoxproductions.com

Thumbs up

2

You should be mindful of custom licenses on some free sound sites around, but you can find plenty on [The Big List Of Free Sounds].

-BrushTone v1.3.1: Accessible Paint Tool
-AudiMesh3D v1.0.0: Accessible 3D Model Viewer

Thumbs up

3 (edited by defender 2018-07-03 11:57:25)

Also check out soundeffectsplus, soundgator, and soundjay, who's libraries all overlap because they are owned by the same company, and I don't know why they did it that way but what ever, it's allot of good stuff.
Then their is zapsplat and freesfx.co.uk.
For some of the ones with more advanced licenses, it basically tends to boil down to, as long as you don't directly share the sound files to another person or make downloads available for the sound files them selves, or use them in a program specifically about sound effects than your fine.
Just remember to attribute appropriately, the FAQ or license will explain it, and you can also email most of them if your not sure.
Also check out Airborn sound, I forget if that's on the list yet...
Open game art.org, sound bible, and freesound all have very good stuff if your willing to look for it and do some cleanup, and in some categories, like ambience for freesound and 8 bit effects for open game art, the selection is really good without even looking, and both opengameart and freesound offer packs, so that helps allot.
The 4 Sonniss GDC bundles are also a really good resource, though you'll need enough space to store them and 2015 is harder to get.
i'm pretty sure that all of these are good in commercial productions too... Though then proper attribution is even more important.

This... -- Is CNN'.
Well Ted, it sure looks like there's been uh, quite a bit of violence around here
"aaoh, that violence was terrible'!"
Yeah it was, pretty bad.

Thumbs up

4

I have all the sonniss bundles, I wish I could make them into one torrent though, since that makes more sense than four separate ones. But I wouldn't really know how to do that without screwing everything up.

I'm a cat! What's mine is mine, and what's yours is mine to :P XD

Thumbs up

5

problem is i don't want to go threw and individually download sounds, also i don't have much money to pay for sounds, seeing as i'm 13!

i'm currently in the process of learning how to code, if you would like to contact me, skype is preffered, use one of the following:
skype: brennan draves
email: [email protected]
website; not yet up: redfoxproductions.com

Thumbs up

6

so you want download full sound archive,  that's impossible, i don't think someone will upload archive for you,  cause that is way way long process
thanks

Wish You Best Gaming All!

Thumbs up

7 (edited by defender 2018-07-04 01:52:29)

Well when available, things like tag's/keywords, sub categories, user profiles and packs help allot with searching...
And besides, that's what you've got, if your not able to pay than you deal with what you have or you don't do it at all.

This... -- Is CNN'.
Well Ted, it sure looks like there's been uh, quite a bit of violence around here
"aaoh, that violence was terrible'!"
Yeah it was, pretty bad.

Thumbs up

8

@Fox
I realize this might seem like a lot of effort, but if not by going through the sounds and downloading them individually, how will you know if they are good quality or not, whether you'll like them, or if they will suit your purposes? As already mentioned as well there are various free packs available you can get containing several gigs worth of sounds such as the soniss bundles.

As an alternative, you could also try a random sound generator like [LabChirp] to create a near limitless supply of sound effects, previous tests indicated that its mostly accessible with NVDA.

-BrushTone v1.3.1: Accessible Paint Tool
-AudiMesh3D v1.0.0: Accessible 3D Model Viewer

Thumbs up

9

Woah. According to the demo, it can do some really neat stuff.

Thumbs up

10 (edited by defender 2018-07-06 11:33:27)

Allot of the bigger indi sellers who host on sites like ASoundEffect and Sonniss also have free stuff on their own web sites, like Sound Morph and Sound Bits.
You'll probably have to jump through some hoops to get to it though, E.G. filling out an address and such, though half the time a fake one works just fine as long as the fake zip code matches to the fake address LOL, and sometimes, though rarely, the license is non commercial, but you can be sure of the quality!

This... -- Is CNN'.
Well Ted, it sure looks like there's been uh, quite a bit of violence around here
"aaoh, that violence was terrible'!"
Yeah it was, pretty bad.

Thumbs up