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Free Audio Clips of Bottles, Glass & Breaking Sounds
Download free wave (.wav) and MP3 (.mp3) sound recordings of bottles and glass breaking, sounds related to glasses and drinking such as pouring fluids (beer, water etc.), pouring a drink over ice, slurping plus water balloon sound effects, popping a cork or uncorking a bottle, breaking plates, smashing items and other related sounds, noises and effects.
The free sound effects below are all wave (.wav) or MP3 (.mp3) file audio clips unless otherwise specified.
Right-click on a sound effect and choose 'Save Target As' or 'Save Link As' (depending on the web browser you are using) to save the free audio clips to your computer.
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iFact #2 - Video Game Sound Effects
The principles involved with modern video game sound effects (since the introduction of sample playback) are essentially the same as those of motion pictures. Typically a game project requires two jobs to be completed: sounds must be recorded or selected from a library and a sound engine must be programmed so that those sounds can be incorporated into the game's interactive environment.
In earlier computers and video game systems, sound effects were typically produced using sound synthesis. In modern systems, the increases in storage capacity and playback quality has allowed sampled sound to be used. The modern systems also frequently utilize positional audio, often with hardware acceleration, and real-time audio post-processing, which can also be tied to the 3D graphics development. Based on the internal state of the game, multiple different calculations can be made. This will allow for, for example, realistic sound dampening, echoes and doppler effect.
Historically the simplicity of game environments reduced the required number of sounds needed, and thus only one or two people were directly responsible for the sound recording and design. As the video game business has grown and computer sound reproduction quality has increased, however, the team of sound designers dedicated to game projects has likewise grown and the demands placed on them may now approach those of mid-budget motion pictures.
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