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Sounds & Music

Most frequent questions and answers

To download sound effects or music, first make sure you are logged into your registered account, if not login here.

You can search for sound effects via the search bar at the top, browse by tag, or browse by category. Once you find a sound you like click one of the two buttons MP3 or WAV depending on the version you have chosen to download.

You can identify Premium Sound Effects from Free ones by the yellow star under the audio player.

Premium sound effects are available and can be used only by users with an active Creator or Pro subscription.

Free sound effects can be used by everyone.

If you have a Free account and you want to use Premium sound effects you can upgrade here.

Yes, we will create a custom sound effect, foley or recording for films, cartoons, videos, games, infographics, presentations, record or make different ambiances and spaces.

Just get in touch and let us know which file it is you need us to edit!

When you listen to the sound effects before downloading (on the site), you’re listening to mp3 previews of the sounds encoded in relatively low bit rates to save bandwidth (low quality).

All our free sound effects can be downloaded in high quality once logged in to your free account.

We want to improve our sound libraries every day to provide you professional and high quality sound effects.

Usually we add 500 new sound effects every week.

450 Premium Sounds + 50 Free Sounds.

Of course we can! We are constantly on the lookout for sound designers and music producers.

Join now our tight-knit community of contributors!

More informations on how to contribute here.

All the sound effects and SFX Pack on GfxSounds are available in “.MP3” and “.WAV” formats.

The original sample size/sample rate are WAV = 48 kHz/16 bit, MP3 = 320 Kbps.

A WAV file is a raw audio format created by Microsoft and IBM. This format uses containers to store audio data, sample rates, and bitrates. It is an accurate, lossless format and the quality remains the same as the original recording.

MP3 or MPEG Layer 3 is a digital audio format developed by the Moving Picture Expert Group. The main goal behind the development of MP3 was to replicate CD-quality with no perceivable difference at a much smaller size.

The biggest difference is that MP3s are compressed audio and WAV files are uncompressed audio. WAV has the highest quality but it has also a greater file size than MP3.

Try another browser. We recommend alternate browsers like Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.

Then make sure you have flash installed. You can test this here. If you have flash installed it will tell you what version, if not it will have a “get flash” button.

These sound effects are exclusive only for Creator or Pro members.

Only users with an active Creator or Pro subscription will be able to download and use legally these sound effects.

If you want to access them too, you can by upgrading your account here.

Our sound effects are available in both MP3, and WAV formats. While most software supports these formats, please check your editing program to see what formats it supports.

This depends on your browser’s preferences. Our audio files will download to the main download folder on your computer.

It’s the same place all your downloads go to from any other website.