Cinematic Sound Effects is a free collection of futuristic sound effects designed for use in cinema scoring and electronic dance music, crafted by Joshua Crispin aka Generdyn. The library contains a set of free sound effects, including impacts, risers, atmospheres and musical loops.
Packing 50 production ready futuristic sound effects in 24-bit WAV format, this free sample library is a neat audio SFX toolbox for movie scoring, trailers, video projects and electronic music production.
You can hear some of the included sounds in action in the audio demo in the right sidebar. The demo track doesn’t use any external FX. These are just “Cinematic Sound Effects” samples with no additional reverb, EQ or compression.
My favorite part of the collection are the brilliant cinematic musical loops, which sound like something that came straight out of a modern action movie trailer sequence. The risers also sound absolutely fantastic and they can work great both as tension builders in a movie soundtrack or standard riser effects in electronic dance music. The included impact sound effects are also totally amazing, ranging from basic sonic booms to complex mechanical impact sounds.
About The Author
Joshua Crispin is a composer and sound designer from Brisbane, Australia. You can check out some of his best work on his SoundCloud stream and follow all the latest updates on his Facebook profile. To get in touch with Joshua, visit the contact page on his official website.
If you like these sounds, you should definitely take a look our Rumore Cinematic Impacts sample library by Alessandro Alcinesio aka HAL9K and The Weird Side Samples sound effects collection by Johan Ekelove aka Introspectral.
Cinematic Sound Effects contains 50 audio samples and loops in 24-bit WAV format. All included sounds have been designed and edited by Joshua Crispin aka Generdyn. The size of the download archive is 104 MB, occupying 151 MB of hard drive space when extracted.
Apart from the one-shot samples in 24-bit WAV format, the download pack also features a handy NI Kontakt instrument patch, as well as an SFZ patch which you can use in freeware samplers such as Zampler and Shortcircuit. Please note that you’ll need the full version of NI Kontakt in order to use the provided NKI instrument.