Sonniss has released the GDC 2019 Audio Bundle, a free collection of sound effects released in celebration of the 2019 Game Developer Challenge.
GDC 2019 Audio Bundle contains 26 GB of royalty-free sound effects from 50 different sound design labels including Impact Soundworks, Certified Audio, Borg Sound, Sound Ex Machina, and others. The provided content doesn’t require attribution if used commercially and can be used in an unlimited number of projects.See also: Download The FREE GDC 2018 Sound Effects Bundle By Sonniss
Sonniss releases these epic collections of free sound effects every year (you can find the 2018 release in the article linked above) and we’re used to hearing top quality content in their GDC audio bundles. This year’s edition of the freebie is no exception, offering a variety of field recordings, electronic sound effects, nature sounds, foley, and more. You can check out the complete list of included sounds in this handy spreadsheet.
Downloading such a huge sound pack can be a problem for users with slower connection speeds. Thankfully, the team at Sonnis has provided a bunch of different download options to make the process as smooth as possible. You can download the GDC 2019 Audio Bundle as one big download in 7ZIP (22 GB) and ZIP (26 GB) formats or as an 8-part ZIP archive from three different download mirrors.
For more free sound effects, check out our sister website 99Sounds. It features numerous freely downloadable and royalty-free sound libraries crafted by talented sound designers from across the globe.
GDC 2019 Audio Bundle is available for free download via Sonniss (26 GB download size, ZIP archive, contains 1,127 sound effects in 24-bit WAV format).
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Over the years, Sonniss has given away a ton of fantastic content. This year is no different. Thanks, BPB!
For it is important to not worry about the sounds I use.
But on the Soniss site there is quite some text about multi-/ singleuser licensing.
I do not understand what price is attached for multi-user, but it seems not to be free.
As I understand Tomislav you are engaged with that site, can you tell me if there are any dangerous strings attached I should be aware of?
Thanks for all the great work you do on a daily.
Hi Anton! I am not engaged with Sonniss. My advice would be to contact them directly and ask about the licensing.
Hello Tomislav, thanks for your response and sorry that I get that wrong. As I am super paranoid I think I rather “check out (y)our sister website 99sounds” as this seems a not complicated. Regarding Sonniss it’s like, I always rabit hole into the small print and if there are things brought up like “criminal” I imagine the worst case scenarios. Thanks your are 1 of the best Tomislav.
You’re welcome! And have fun using samples from 99Sounds! :) That said, I know that a lot of people like Sonniss stuff, too. You can always double-check with their support team if you want to use some of their sounds.