Ann: New Mobile Sound Effects From IndieSFX

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  1. Mark Sheeky

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    Game sound effects library IndieSFX (www.indiesfx.co.uk) have released a new set of mobile sound effects, Mobile Tones.

    The set of 104 sounds was developed to present a comprehensive array of sounds for phones and mobile devices.

    The set includes many ring tones and keypad sounds. Sounds for keypresses such as beeps and clicks are included, as well as looping sounds for application scrollbars, but the best aspect of the set is the large quantity of general use alerts that can be used for messages or mail, or anything else that demands the user's attention.

    As always with IndieSFX sounds, the sound effects are original and were created for this set. Effects are trimmed to silence with no compression or sound manipulation to ensure the highest quality.

    The Full IndieSFX Sound Effect Library currently consists of 28 sets compiled over eight years, and it's still growing. The price of a full library purchase includes all future releases.

    Mobile Tones Page:
    http://www.cornutopia.co.uk/indiesfx/sfx031c.php

    Mark Sheeky, Recordist
    IndieSFX - Sound Effect Packs For Games
    www.indiesfx.co.uk
     
  2. CasualInsider

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    Please make more sound effects which are useful in casual games. You know I buy these types instantly, but the last few have not been useful to us. :eek:
     
  3. Mark Sheeky

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    Email me a list of the sort of sounds you'd like. I had a few requests for mobile sounds like this which why I started to put this one together, but also I'm aiming to make a comprehensive library so I want to cover every area.

    Mark
     

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