Los Angeles-based production music library Alibi Music has expanded its offering, releasing four new albums composed solely of sound effects.

“The design behind these simple and sought-after sounds is actually anything but simple,” said Alibi Music founder and executive producer Jonathan Parks in a statement. “There’s a real art and complexity to making something sound simple. It’s a practice that takes time and patience, making these four albums a true labor of love for our team.”

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The four albums are as follows:

Lifestyle Title Moves

“Lifestyle Title Movies” is 63 tracks of whooshes, swooshes and rushing sounds designed to accompany title card movement in trailers, opening sequences and promos. The sounds in this collection are also useful for the sounds of swinging weapons in video games or anything that could be enhanced by the sound of something moving at speed.

Lifestyle Signatures

“Lifestyle Signatures” is a sleek, contemporary and versatile collection of 36 sound effects ranging from metallic and glassy whooshes and swooshes to deep and dark booms and hits. Ideal for use in promos and trailers, as well as brand idents and mnemonics and even futuristic user interface sounds for sci-fi programming or video games.

Lifestyle Transitions

More than 60 whooshes and swooshes designed to accompany the transition between scenes in an edit. From rushing white noise to reversed cymbals, these simple sound effects are primarily geared towards light reality TV and Hallmark-style programming, and are an essential part of any editor’s toolkit. They would also be useful in a video game context, such as transitioning in and out of menus.

Soft Whooshes

An essential and useful collection of 48 subtle whoosh FX designed for use in trailers and promos. With an emphasis on soft, warm sounds, these are perfectly suited to less intense genres such as comedy, dramedy and family films, but would also work well as game sound effects, as passing objects/vehicles or spell casting.

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