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BOOM Library MODERN UI

BOOM Library MODERN UI
  
BOOM Library MODERN UI

Pioneering User Interface Sounds

Fully loaded with over 8 GB of user interface sounds in a single package, this library brings you all you need to dive into the digital, virtual and interactive world. Whether you are looking for futuristic Sci-Fi sounds, high-tech sonifications, casual game UI elements or simple device / system user feedback, this versatile, ready-to-use collection has you covered.


Highlights

LARGE, MEDIUM, SMALL USER INTERFACE SOUNDS

In many applications of any kind, users encounter various levels or stages of interaction. MODERN UI features different sound sizes / priorities to meaningfully set apart sounds within the same category, giving you an immense head start in terms of flexibility.

VERSATILE & READY TO USE

Due to their modern and clean characteristics, our MODERN User Interface sounds come with the added benefit of being both formidable in their own right as well as good starting points for your own design. All sounds are neatly tied into 13 unique categories; one-shots come with the established six variations while all textures are looped.

ENORMOUS FIELD

The possible uses and applications of this library extend far beyond the game and film domain. Whether you are an app or interactive media developer, working in the automobile or high-tech industry, a product designer or shaping user experiences in any other way – get inspired by and equipped abundantly with MODERN UI.

Included sounds – keywords

Computer Processing Noises, Electrical Interferences, Flutter Hums, Ghostly Airs, Hollow Glasses, Noisy Grains, Sizzle Drones, Space Crickets, Swirling Hums, Zapping Surfaces, Dark Drones, Sci Fi Rumbles, Alien Holograms, Hi Tech Hits, Digital Hits, Crystallizers, Wobble Benders, Bionic Computer Terminals, Computer Startups, Tech Enter Lights, Impact Synths, Tonal Buzzes, Complex Stutters, Dusty Beeps, Grainy Robotic Talks, Checks, Magic Wands, Robotic Bird Talk Stutters, Stutter Rings, Buzz Bubbles, Switch Flutters, Up Down Pitches, Wrong Calculations, Short Fast Clicks, Kicks, Messages, Holograms, Digital Rattles, Modulated Zaps, Metallic Shimmers, Ringings, Reverse Counters, Noise Sweepers, Weird Servos.

What we recorded

As opposed to Cinematic Elements: Fire & Water, no microphones were harmed in the production of this library. In fact, it has been crafted almost entirely using synthesis and elaborate effect chains through which any resemblance of the original recording was transformed into the edgy, unique and identifiable sounds that made it into the package.

Single SFX Count

  Background   22    Confirm   678 
  Deny   480    Hover   132 
  Impact Sweetener    204    Pop Up   132 
  Progress   26    Scan   336 
  Select   546    Text   138 
  Warning   72    Whoosh    600 
  Window   468    SUM   3834 

WHAT'S SO SPECIAL ABOUT OUR MODERN USER INTERFACE SOUNDS?

A new BOOM library usually is born when we feel that the current supply on the market falls short of our own needs and quality standards. Especially game sound designers require a large pool of available intensities, moods, stages and variations when working on anything related to user interface sounds. Focusing purely on the virtual / artificial world, MODERN UI perfectly complements the first, more organic library The Interface. 

Compatible Software

BOOM Library sound FX come as WAV files, meaning you can import and work with them in any software that can handle this file type. Here are the most common audio and video editing software tools that work perfectly with our sound FX.

Audio Software

  • Logic Pro
  • Cubase
  • Nuendo
  • Ableton Live
  • Pro Tools
  • Reaper

Video Editing Software

  • Premiere
  • Final Cut Pro X
  • After Effects
  • Vegas Pro
  • Media Composer

Rich Metadata Embedded

To provide you with the fastest and easiest workflow possible, all files contain extensive metadata like file description & keywords to quickly find the sounds you’re looking for. Metadata can be read and processed by audio management tools. Some digital audio workstations feature an included search tool that can also read embedded metadata. Here are the most common audio management tools:

  • Soundminer
  • Basehead