Jump to content

Looking for Halloween sound effects track


6t8dart
 Share

Recommended Posts

I'm looking for a Halloween sound effects track without music, but I want sounds of doors creaking, wind howling, thunder, etc. anyone know of any?

You can see if anything here http://1drv.ms/1kLJfGg may work, these are all sound effects WAV files, there is a folder for Halloween and a folder for Christmas.

 

May not have everything you're looking for, but may be something there that's usable for you.

Edited by Orville
Link to comment
Share on other sites

you can down load a free version of MP3 Rocket they have an option on there to convert web address (www.) to audio files its easy to use just open the youtube page highlight and copy the web addy and past it in the file converter bar

Link to comment
Share on other sites

You can see if anything here http://1drv.ms/1kLJfGg may work, these are all sound effects WAV files, there is a folder for Halloween and a folder for Christmas.

 

May not have everything you're looking for, but may be something there that's usable for you.

I am downloading and converting that 28 minute sound effects video{which I also own that same CD somewhere, I have just never converted the longer duration files or single track sound effects CD's - never expected anyone would want those long montage sound effects},  anyway after the convert, which will be in both WAV and MP3 form and they will be put in the correct folders for download.  

 

I collect sound effects from my vast collection of Halloween CD's, some from "Public Domain Sound Effects sites, some I created on my own, and some are a mix of sounds found and created by myself.

 

But if you need separate sound effects, the url posted in the "quoted" section here does have a lot of different versions of Halloween WAV {and now MP3} sound effects.  Just view the WAV or MP3 folder for whichever file type you prefer.

 

I pointed you to those folders because I thought you were looking for a single type specific sound effect, not a montage of sounds incorporated into one long play file.

 

EDIT: All WAV Sound Effects conversions have been completed and uploaded, including the video embedded in this thread "Scary Sounds of Halloween" you can now download MP3 Stereo/CBR versions of all the various WAV Sound Effects collections for Halloween and Christmas.

Edited by Orville
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Try http://www.clipconverter.cc and set the settings to m4A because if you download in mp3 there might be delay issues with sequencing. when you hit the download button just close the extra tab that appears. I use it on a daily basis and have never had problems with it so if you have any questions about it just ask me.

Edited by Victor Degroot
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Try http://www.clipconverter.cc and set the settings to m4A because if you download in mp3 there might be delay issues with sequencing. when you hit the download button just close the extra tab that appears. I use it on a daily basis and have never had problems with it so if you have any questions about it just ask me.

The delay is caused if the MP3 is not downloaded in CBR {Constant Bit Rate} format, if in VBR {Variable Bit Rate} is what causes the lag in the sequence.  

 

Unfortunately some sites don't allow you a choice and defaults to VBR, then you need to run it through a music editor and convert it to CBR and that should work.  

 

One way to test if you can't tell if an MP3 is CBR or VBR, in a program like IrfanView that can play MP3 files, the length of the music as it plays will never stay "constant", it will fluctuate rapidly, if the MP3 is VBR.  If the MP3 is CBR and it plays, the length counter will never fluctuate, not even a microsecond, it will remain dead steady counting the actual time of the music down until it reaches the actual end of the song, showing the total length of the piece, VBR, again, will change extremely fast and you can see it happening CBR will not.

 

Sometimes you can check the MP3 file properties to see if it's VBR or CBR, but that has never worked for me, I have never seen that option using properties on an MP3 file.   So I do the former, if I download and can't change the volume rate {VBR to CBR} at the time, then run it through my music editor to put it in CBR.   It's what works for me, when I have an unknown MP3 file.

Edited by Orville
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
 Share

×
×
  • Create New...