2019-03-19 16:49:31 (edited by cartertemm 2019-07-15 21:12:28)

note: For ease of navigation, this post is laid out by headings at level 5 (blame BBCode not me). Thus, if you're wishing to get to other posts, skip to the next heading at level 3 by pressing the 3 key with most screen readers. Apologies for the inconvenience, I went back and forth about how to best organize this post and ultimately chose the heading method.
Searching for high quality sounds/music for that upcoming project? Look no further!
This post aims to provide a frequently updated and concise collection of resources useful for anyone wishing to obtain high quality sounds or music with an emphasis on games/audiogames, but useful in other cases just as well. While many are freely available, cost is not at all a requirement. I've attempted to maintain a sort of kind of organizational structure, so finding all free content should be as easy as using your browsers find function and searching for "price: free".
Remember, it's important to give attribution where required. Many authors on this page have worked  hard in bringing all this content to the table, the least you can do is respect licensing. The info I've provided, while accurate at the time of this writing, isn't guaranteed to stay that way. When considering using stuff found here, it might be a good idea to periodically check back in case of changes.
Some links don't contain information on where content can be used, simply due to the fact that I couldn't find anything. They have been included here to give a wider array of options. I personally suggest getting in contact with the creator and if you wouldn't mind posting here. I'll try to make frequent updates, but if I take too long don't hesitate to reach out with info found in my profile.
Additions to this list are greatly appreciated. Every little bit helps! Keep in mind, this is designed to be a list of places from which to obtain content useful in productions, hence sites like getsounds.com with extremely low quality were and will be ignored. When giving suggestions or providing contributions, it would be nice if you could attempt to make my life a little bit easier by sticking to the format and providing as much info as possible, most notably where content can be used along with relevant license information. thanks in advance.

todo:

  • Better descriptions

  • categorization, I begun attempting this but as you can see it went to hell pretty quickly... Oops


There are a number of licenses commonly used here. They are listed below, along with a rather rough description. Consult the actual license for more information.

zero: Content is admited to the public domain. You can copy, distribute, whatever just so long as you don't claim you are the original author.

attribution: You are permitted to freely share, copy, and redistribute. However, you must give appropriate creddit, provide a link to the license, and tell if the content was modified.

attribution noncommercial: Same as attribution, but you are unable to use the content commercially - in any project that isn't completely free.

Free Sound

type: sounds

price: free (duh)

description: Freesound is probably the biggest resource for coming by a large variety of pretty much anything. Anyone is free to contribute, allowing the database to expand at a rapid rate. With that said, quantity does not always mean quality. Most of the content found here isn't exactly professionally ideal. When navigating, you might find it easier to search by specific and reputable users, tags, and packs as opposed to names/types of sounds.

licensing: various. the user is given the ability to select from a couple different creative commons licenses. At this time, zero(cc0), attribution (by), and attribution noncommercial (by-nc). This info is always listed on the respective page.

Defenders collection of 2733 HQSFX from freesound

type: sounds

price: free

description: Defender from this forum through together a bunch of rare yet high-quality content from freesound. He has war war both modern and medieval, footsteps, gore, UI elements, emergency, alarms, cinematic, ambience, a bunch of other good stuff. More information on the forum topic.

licensing: Same as freesound above.

Adobe Audition sound effects

type: sounds

price: free

description: Adobe offers thousands of uncompressed, royalty free sound effects from a wide range of categories. They are those used in the Adobe Audition suite and of pretty high quality. Downloads are on an individual basis, so you can get specific sections. Altogether your looking at around 11.7GB. Highlights are probably the blades, gun handling, footsteps, ambient sounds both indoor and outdoor, material impacts, explosions/fire, and SciFi UI's/alarms.

licensing: The adobe software license agreement. The gist is this. You may use, display, modify, reproduce, and distribute the associated Content File. However, you may not distribute the Content File on a standalone basis (i.e., in circumstances in which the Content File constitute the primary value of the product being distributed). You can't distribute sounds individually.

ZapSplat

type: sounds and music

price: free

description: At the time of this writing, ZapSplat is home to a growing list of more than 34000 sounds all recorded professionally. The quality is decent, and you can choose from a wide array of categories. Additionally, a small collection of royalty free yet good quality music can be found. By default everything is in mp3, but you can upgrade to a gold membership for wav's. An important note, after clicking download, the link will silently appear at the bottom of the page.

licensing: On each page you'll find a link to the one used. Most are the standard license, essentially attribution with modification. You can get a paid account to remove the need for credditing though. information on the standard license

Sonnis

type: sounds and music

price: paid

description: Sonnis is a massive reseller for both sound effects and music. Most libraries are of superb professional quality. All content is only listed after going through a strict quality control procedure. They advertise honest pricing and simple licensing. You can both buy and sell.

licensing: All of the sound effects libraries on Sonniss are high-quality, commercially-usable & royalty-free - no attribution is required. See the complete set of terms

Sound Ideas

type: sounds and music

price: paid

description: With over 40 years of experience and over 500000 professionally recorded sound effects, production elements, and royalty free music... Sound ideas is quite possibly the industries most well-known and trusted vendor for high quality content.

licensing: the sound-ideas end user license grants the rights to use each and every sound on a project to your hearts content. Limitations include the inability to make multiple copies and redistribute libraries without the purchase of a multi-user license

Pro Sound Effects

type: sounds

price: paid

description: Pro Sound Effects is home to over 2tb in curated sound libraries. As the name suggests, everything is said to be used in the field by industry leading audio professionals so superb quality is a given.

licensing: Depends on the library in question.

Sound Bits

type: sounds

price: paid with a couple free ones thrown in as well

description: 30+ high quality sound libraries created by sound designer and recordist Saro Sahihi.

licensing: Sounds can be used anywhere, must be saved on local storage/no online downloads, no unauthorized reselling or distribution, no refunds. complete terms here

Airborne Sound

type: sounds

price: paid, but some additional free sounds are provided as well

description: Airborne Sound contains the content from a small group of collective field artists. the site features recorded effects that have been created, gathered, and even featured in a couple films. Main points of interest are probably the high quality blades and firearms.

licensing: Pretty strict on what your allowed to do. E.g. you aren't able to have any of their sounds playing alone or isolated for the entire duration of the clip. Check the sound effect use guidelines for more info

Incompetech music

type: music

price: free for individual downloads. You can obtain a copy of everything the site has to offer with a one-time purchase of $38

description: Music produced by Kevin MacLeod. All tracks are of excelent professional quality, undoubtedly some of the best and most popular to be found online.

licensing: attribution on a track per track basis, or you can pay for the ability to exclude them

GameSounds.xyz

type: sounds and music

price: free

description: A collection of various royalty free or public domain sounds or music suitable for games. This site doesn't actually create anything, they merely host. Quite a few official links are now dead and this is the only place to get them.

licensing: depends on the resource in question. Read the license file in each directory.

Sonnis GDC Bundles

type: sounds

price: free

description: Once a year, sonniss gives away free portions of their vastly growing, high quality collection. Miscellaneous sounds are taken from different libraries in an attempt to allow creaters to show off their work. And it's only getting larger!

2015 (10.27GB, 646 files, from gamesounds.xyz)
2016 (16+GB)
2017 (20+GB)
2018 (30+GB)
2019 (25+gb)

licensing: Same as sonniss above

FreePD

type: music

price: free for individual downloads, though you can pay for the ability to grab more than one track at a time

description: A bunch of high quality, freely usable music in the public domain.

licensing: CC0. Free for everything including commercial use.

Sound Image

type: sounds and music

price: free

description: High quality royalty Free Music (over 1800 tracks), Sound Effects, Texture Images (over 3000), Game Art and Video Footage for your Projects by Eric Matyas.

licensing: Attribution on a track per track basis unless your project uses sound image content exclusively. You can optionally pay to remove the need to creddit, more info here

Andre Louis FF Shorts

type: music

price: free

description: FreakyFwoof Shorts is your one-stop-shop for producers, podcasters, media students, radio stations and hardcore enthusiasts looking for high-quality intros, outros, sweeps and stings for your projects.

licensing: Free for noncommercial use. Attribution is required.

nihilore

type: music

price: free

description: A collection of high quality, royalty free music composed by James Opie.

licensing: Attribution

sound Bible

type: sounds

price: free

description: Sort of like freesound, although a lot lot smaller. Various designers are given a place to share their work. Milage may very where quality is concerned.

licensing: Pretty sure multiple types are allowed, just check the page for each respective sound and it'll tell you.

Free SFX

type: sounds

price: free

description: An assortment of freely-usable contributions from content producers across the net.

licensing: All depends on the sound. Most are attribution noncommercial with a couple differences. E.g. you can't use content in a project where sounds are the main focus. See this page for more info.

BBC SFX

type: sounds

price: free

description: Over 16000 freely usable, high quality, uncompressed SFX from the BBC's various productions. Note, you can get a complete download at gamesounds.xyz. One downside, you can only use this library in an educational context. See license.

licensing: the remarc license only able to be used in an educational environment

99Sounds

type: sounds

price: free

description: A place for talented sound designers from around the world to collaborate and promote their work in the form of packs. Hasn't been updated in a while, but some of the stuff on here seems like it could be useful. The stuff is heavily based on drones and impacts and the like. good for si-fi and horror.

licensing: According to the downloads page, "The sounds hosted on 99Sounds are completely royalty free. You can use them for music and video production, game development and any similar creative process. Our sounds may not be redistributed or resold as part of another sound library or virtual instrument. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions."

Audio Blocks

type: sounds and music

pricing: paid

description: With a monthly or annual purchase, you gain access to a large and rapidly expanding library of music, sound, video, and image content.

licensing: unknown

Free Stock Music

type: music

price: free

description: An assortment of music taken from audio blocks but offered for free. sign up for the ability to download. Tracks are of pretty good quality, many have been used by producers such as graphic audio.

licensing: Not too offal specific, I'm assuming you can use tracks anywhere you so choose since there's nothing prohibiting it. The only mention of a license I was able to find says "Our music comes with a royalty-free license allowing you to use the music in all types of productions for worldwide distribution, forever. There are never any fees".

TeknoAxe

type: music

price: free

description: 1500 or so high quality tracks for use in videos and games alike. Site navigation is a bit, weird, but you'll get used to it.

licensing: CC (creative commons) 4.0

OverClocked ReMix

type: music

price: free

description: OverClocked ReMix is a not-for-profit site that accepts high-quality submissions of arranged or "ReMixed" video game music from talented ReMixers the world over. These arrangements are more than just updated versions of the original tracks, but are reinterpretations, often in an entirely different musical genre than the source material.

licensing: attribution noncomercial. As long as you creddit the site and use in an environment where revenue isn't generated. If wishing to use commercially, get in contact with the track's author.

sound effects plus

type: sounds

price: free

description: Free high quality sounds designed for use in your productions. Create an account and you should be all set. Something to keep in mind, the site makes a point of letting users know that systematically grabbing everything is not permitted. Instead, download only what you know you'll use. You may only download up to 100 sounds per month without the risk of account suspention.

licensing: You're allowed to use content in productions, just as long as you don't claim ownership, resell, redistribute, and use individually. A complete rundown here

Sound gator

type: sounds

price: free

description: Has some overlap with sound effects plus, and the collection isn't as large, but limitations seen in the aforementioned site have pretty much been removed.

licensing: You can freely use these sounds wherever just as long as you don't resell or redistribute. full licens info here

PacDV sounds

type: sounds and music

price: free

description: A smaller collection than other sites, but quality is decent. This direct link points to the URL where sounds can be found. The main site's homepage is a bit inaccessible. It seems like sounds found here are free.

licensing: You can use content anywhere just as long as attribution is provided

jalastram from itch.io

type: sounds

price: free

description: jalastram (Jesús Lastra) from itch.io has a couple small but nice looking packs of custom made 8-bit and retro sounds fit for use in productions.

licensing: unknown

Sound Effect Lab

type: sounds

price: free

description: A high quality library primarily composed of anime and Japanese style sounds including Samurai swords and the like.

licensing: You don't need to report, give links, or creddit. Use as you wish.

A sound Effect

type: sounds

price: paid

description: Another big reseller of curated, hand-picked, high quality, professional content sort of like sonniss.

licensing: You can do basically everything aside from using sounds in an application where another media element isn't included, e.g. ringtones. The end user license agreement

sound Morphe

type: sounds

price: paid, although you can get some samples provided at no cost which following the same licensing scheme

description: Yet another high quality, professional retailer. These guys have testimonials from a number of big names in the indistry including transformers, Skywalker Sound, The Lord of the Rings and Hobbit trilogies.

licensing: Pretty straightforward. You may rerecord, duplicate, and use in your productions through any medium. You may not include content in a library of your own without consent, share, or redistribute. complete license

Open Game Art

type: sounds and music

price: free

description: another community driven site, one which has both sounds and music. It's focused on gaming, so it has more voice acting stuff and more sounds for genres that others may not, like card games and rts games. Quality is generally hit and miss but you can find lots of high quality simpler stuff which doesn't require much recording knowledge, like UI, 8Bit, and retro,. There are a few people, like kennyaudio, vehicle, and littlerobotsoundfactory who are doing more complex stuff though. Not insignificant overlap with freesound.

licensing: unknown

FX Home sounds

type: sounds

price: free

description: a small collection but large variety. Some trippy alien sounds, along with some pretty awesome SciFi weapons, some kinda meh but still cool lightsabor recreations, some generator sounds, and a bunch of cool music stingers for logos. I've seen others remixing their stuff and putting it on freesound, so their is a little bit of overlap, but not direct copying. They do also have a couple small packs of really badly recorded realworld sounds LOL.

licensing: Creative Commons attribution

Noise For Fun

type: sounds

price: free

description: All synth, and has some weird stuff that I can't really see being useful in games, but also lots of nice UI sounds and some nice drones/flurishes. Kinda reminds me of soundimage's stuff.

licensing: Creative Commons License, no royalties

itch.io

type: sounds and maybe some music

price: free at least mostly, but no way to really tell for everything

description: While this site isn't directly based on sound, there are game assets and you can find a small selection of decent things if you search for keywords like audio and sound.

licensing: may vary

PacHD

type: sounds

price: free

description: Almost identical to PacDV above but different content. the music is super 90s and most of the ambients have no real stereo spread... LOL but still, it exists at least...

licensing: same as PacDV

Free Music Archive

type: music

price: free

description: You can find allot of weird niche stuff that might be a little hard to integrate but it's at least mostly high quality, community driven and a few truly awesome composers there like Kai Engle, Creo, Pocketmaster, Captive_portal, and VYVCH.

licensing: All depends on the track. Most are creative commons, although some don't have any license information what so ever.

The Sound Of Picture Production Library aka Podington Bear Music

type: music

price: free

description: High quality and widely recognised music library. This guy uses the same melody quite a bit, but the content is still good

licensing: creative commons attribution

Music by Tim Beek

type: music

price: free

description: This guy has some well put together, custom made tracks which you can find on his music page. The majority of them are of a cinematic or orchestral nature.

licensing: creative commons attribution 4.0

Looperman

type: music

price: free

description: This site caters to music producers more than anything, so a good amount is in the form of loops and whatnot. Unfortunately they don't have a way to sort out simple beats and backing tracks/beds from full songs but their are plenty still. this is another community based one but seems to have allot of bigger names posting stuff.

licensing: Free to use in commercial and noncommercial projects, as long as you don't redistribute, claim you are the original creater, or forget to give attribution in the creddits

Opsound

type: music

price: free

description: Mainly new age, strange noises, and techno stuff, some unfinished/incomplete, but still there's some goodness to be had.

licensing: Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license

CC Mixter

type: music

price: free

description: A community driven, remixing area featuring a great veriety of remixes and samples fit for your production. Sister site to freesound so there might potentially be a little bit of overlap but I don't know for sure.

licensing: Creative commons attribution mostly, depends on the track but on each page you should see specific information

audionautix, aka music by Jason Shaw

type: music

price: free

description: There's a bunch of stuff here, and nearly all of it is really great. The front page has a detailed search/filtering system that makes finding what your looking for a no-brainer. He also has an arangement with youtube that basically says your videos won't be flagged if his music is used.

licensing: creative commons 3.0

kongano

type: music

price: free

description: Music produced by Eino Toivanen. Not unlike many others on this list, pick from the categories play and have fun.

licensing: Creative commons attribution 4.0

no copyright sounds - youtube

type: music

price: free

description: A record label dedicated to giving content producers and streamers music to use where they won't run into copyright limitations. They're not the only one, but undeniably the most popular/reputable with 21mil+ youtube subs. A lot of EDM, some new age, but misc overall. Tracks are added with frequency.

licensing: provide attribution. You can use the tracks noncommercially in your video, recordings and whatnot. However, for some reason they make a special point of saying usage in a game will always be classified as commercial. Luckily it looks like all you have to do in order to get a commercial license is fill out a form. more info here

HolFix Royalty free music - youtube

type: music

price: free

description: A youtube channel containing freely usable tracks for use anywhere.

licensing: Use is permitted anywhere, be it commercial or noncommercial, just as long as you include a link to his stuff in the creddits

The Youtube Audio Library

type: music

price: free

description: As the name might suggest, the youtube audio library is designed to provide freely obtainable music usable in videos posted to youtube. The stuff might not be of the highest quality, but still there's quite a bit available.

licensing: I've been looking around and there doesn't seem to be anything specifying restrictions, more importantly whether we're limited to only using these on youtube. There's nothing directly saying we can't so...

Josh Woodward

type: music

price: free

description: Music by Josh Woodward, a singer/song writer who's decided to give all his 200+ songs away for use anywhere. Interestingly, and in contrast to most other royalty free music sites listed here, quite a few of his tracks contain vocals. Not exactly ideal for games or podcasts but could work quite well for backgrounds.

licensing: creative commons attribution 4.0

Free to Use Sounds

type: sounds

price: Free for individual downloads, but you can pay ($10 or name your price) to get everything

description: A bunch of sounds recorded semi-professionally for usage across a variety of projects. Quality is hit and miss, and the download system could be better, but all in all good stuff that can't be beat given the price.

licensing: attribution for free downloads, though paying for one or all of the libraries eliminates this restriction. More info here.

The Match Maker Collection

type: sounds

price: free

description: They've got a mix of lower and higher quality sounds (though the LQ ones are seperated) and you'll need to use a browser like Chrome that autotranslates the page to use it but it's a pretty good resource! You might recognize a lot of these from games such as BK and Shadowline.

licensing: Attribution as far as I'm able to tell. There's an agreement page.



Credits

Below is a list of everyone who has contributed in one way or another. If you would like to be excluded, let me know at the time of contribution. Thanks for help.

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2019-03-19 18:37:40

thanks for this big list: thats collect, please fix this spelling error

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2019-03-20 11:37:59

Thanks for this @cartertemm
I was going to suggest that this topic were made sticky to this room, but it had already been done, nice job smile

I'm me. Just me. No one else. Only meeee!

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2019-03-21 16:10:24

That list smells alot of work. Really congratulations for making that, and thank you for list.

If that's helpfull, why don't you press Thumbs up?

2019-03-22 02:00:32 (edited by Reza.jdp 2019-03-22 02:14:47)

Hi,
I dare say we all needed such a list.
Also, Don't miss Boom library, Best service sound effects librarys, Blastwave sound effects, SoundJay sound effects, Sound rangers sound effects, And SoundPacks.com.
Every single part of the content provided in these sources might not be of a high quality, But may be worth listing here.
Will let you know if anything else came to my mind.
Good job, And good luck.

Be  fair minded, and let people to think in the way they want to.
People don't see the world in the way you do!

2019-03-22 07:45:55

hi, sorry but I'v got boom lib guns, but the volume was very bad

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2019-03-22 09:15:15

This is some cool stuff! Thanks for posting the links here

Have a nice day
Veljko

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2019-03-23 12:58:43

this is coolest topic whitch i see in this forum!
thanks for this!

you can contact me with email: [email protected], or you can find me in quentine sceenes playroom named gamer2004

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2019-03-24 22:00:25

nice colection, this website must be added as well
https://www.stillnorthmedia.com/
it has  2 libraryes for weapons

2019-03-25 00:27:42 (edited by defender 2019-03-25 00:27:58)

airborn sound actually has those too, but it majorly improved them and also kept the originals, so no need. But thanks for the suggestion anyway.

Buy the worlds greatest machine gun. It's about 50 inches in length, It's huge! & it can shoot really far, &, it's cheap!
Lets demonstrate this: stand still Thom...
Okay ma.aaa!
Oh! crap!

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2019-03-25 11:46:19

haven't checked them, so i have no idea

2019-03-25 15:10:36

https://www.soundmorph.com/
for the license

https://www.soundmorph.com/legal

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2019-03-27 06:54:57

Made some updates to post 1. A ton of sites added and updated license info for a couple others. Most notably the BBC effects. Apparently you can't use them in anything but an educational environment which really blows, I never new this. In addition, when navigating freesound, you probably won't have a hope of weeding out  the really good stuff unless you follow users and tags. Huge thanks to Defender from Skype as well as everyone else who provided input/feedback in this topic and elsewhere. keep it coming!

I've been pretty busy lately, but considering changing the formatting. I recognize the heading approach might not be the best after all, since it has now become somewhat inconvenient and will only continue to do so as the list inevitably grows larger. suggestions?
My first thought was to simply remove each heading and keep links, but we'd be sacrificing quick, easy navigation which happened to be my inspiration for the current layout.

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2019-03-27 07:47:09 (edited by defender 2019-03-27 15:47:02)

Thanks so much man I really appreciate it!
I only noticed two bigger problems, I checked all the links.
1. The no copyright sounds licensing link throws a 404, which is odd because it seems like the link is fine.
2. The youtube audio library section has no licensing part or heading.


As for the YAL I was confused about it's application off of youtube as well, which is why I didn't mention it. There is also a separate youtube music library I think.
At least the licensing is usually right there, but scrolling that thing gets crazy after a while and the searching aint great.


Running a spellcheck over my contributions may be a good idea as well big_smile

Buy the worlds greatest machine gun. It's about 50 inches in length, It's huge! & it can shoot really far, &, it's cheap!
Lets demonstrate this: stand still Thom...
Okay ma.aaa!
Oh! crap!

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2019-04-03 19:20:33

@14, The licencing not being there is not a problem, it's good, because we have an excuse to break it.

Best regards
T-m

Internet access is a human right.

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2019-04-04 04:18:33

Thanks for taking this on, Carter. You might consider adding audiojungle.net . I think it was part of the original list.

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2019-04-05 15:18:24

moderation:
Tmstuff000, this is not the first time you've expressed not only a wish but willingness to crack games or evade licensing. Be it begging for someone to hand you a silver dollar crack (directly against the rules) or outright condoning piracy by wanting to freely obtain paid sound libraries (also against the rules). Your actions are in direct opposition to the set of ideals we wish to uphold here on the forum.
You've received many warnings which have seemingly had zero effect, most particularly one from Sebby on the 1st of November back in 2018 that essentially said you were almost there.

Sebby wrote:

MODERATION:
@tmstuff000 remember, you're on your last warning before you get a ban.  You are free to hold your opinion about cracking games, but not, on this forum, to distribute or discuss them.

After that, you proceeded to receive cautions. This was before we really began administrating by our new set of rules however, and cautions were thrown around quite a bit.
Ordinarily I wouldn't want to take action based on opinion alone, however there is nothing in your post that might suggest an opinion, "I am of the mind of", "IMHO", "I believe", etc. No, you say "we have an excuse to break it". You elude to the fact that you have knowledge on this subject which obviously isn't the case. I would rather not have the he said so fallacy possibly dictating, or influencing, the choices of present and future visitors here.

After a unanimous vote from nearly everyone on the team, including two administrators, I'm hereby invoking the community failure clause. While each and every substantial warning you've received has now expired, you've made it Chrystal clear that warnings don't seem to matter in your eyes. You're being banned for 60 days. Should you come back after the allotted time and continue, stricter action will be undertaken by myself and the rest of the team. It is my recommendation that you read over the rules and understand precisely, beyond the shadow of a doubt, where you went wrong. If you have questions, feel free to ask.

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2019-04-06 01:13:36 (edited by defender 2019-04-07 05:25:16)

Thanks Carter, I can't stand it when people ignore attribution. The least we can do to show that we appreciate the hard work and time people take to bring us free music and sounds is to spread their name so they may get some more paying customers, and writing up credits is not difficult.  Without this simple back and forth exchange, most have no real incentive to provide such a service to the community, since they could be focusing their time elsewhere. Disrespecting the rules is like stealing money from the wallet of someone who just helped you pay for your lunch because you couldn't afford it.


Anyway, post 5 has several good resources, but I'd just like to add hollywood edge, and bluezone fx to that list.

Buy the worlds greatest machine gun. It's about 50 inches in length, It's huge! & it can shoot really far, &, it's cheap!
Lets demonstrate this: stand still Thom...
Okay ma.aaa!
Oh! crap!

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2019-04-16 19:14:54 (edited by omer 2019-05-28 23:20:45)

hello people
i have just created a freesound account  whyle ago and began uploading the things i have recorted edited so far
i'M using a sony IC recorder so, its kinda crappy mono qualaty but i edit most of them before uploading
they can be used on games or any sort of project
just pay attention to the licences, thats the only thing i want
https://freesound.org/people/soundmast123/

have a nice day
and if you appriciate what i do, you can send me feedback though , i dont know,
have a nice day
errg, the things that i upload are currontly in approval stage, no idea how much its gonna took but i'Ll inform you when they aprooved them,
edit
my stuff got approoved yesturday or so, feel free to check them out!

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2019-06-01 11:56:07

freetousesounds.com, free, but you can pay to download all their sounds, they have ambiances, animals and a lot of other sounds, no credit required, you are free to use all of the sounds as you wish

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2019-06-01 20:46:01

Wow!  This is an excellent resource supremekiller.  Thanks so much for sharing!

Buy the worlds greatest machine gun. It's about 50 inches in length, It's huge! & it can shoot really far, &, it's cheap!
Lets demonstrate this: stand still Thom...
Okay ma.aaa!
Oh! crap!

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2019-06-01 23:05:44

@defender glad i could help smile

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2019-07-15 04:36:37

Found the link to this on Morakuma's site
http://osabisi.sakura.ne.jp/m2/material3.html
It's got a mix of lower and higher quality sounds (though the LQ ones are seperated) and you'll need to use a browser like Chrome that autotranslates the page to use it but it's a pretty good resource!
It also has allot of sounds you will recognize from games like BK and Shadowline.

Buy the worlds greatest machine gun. It's about 50 inches in length, It's huge! & it can shoot really far, &, it's cheap!
Lets demonstrate this: stand still Thom...
Okay ma.aaa!
Oh! crap!

Thumbs up