Our free weekly sound library Crunchy Ice is now available and contains a bundle of free crunchy ice sound effects. Our weekly libraries make it easy to quickly create great content.
Our library is great for YouTube videos, social media, video games, post-production, or use on any synchronized project you would like.
Use them as layers in footsteps, ice movements, gore, bone breaks, and magic, or use the sounds as layers to create any satisfying crunchy sounds you would like.
Crunchy Ice Basics
This library contains crunchy ice sound effects recorded during a freeze event. The library contains footsteps and ice movement sounds that can be layered and processed as needed. Great for video game developers, editors, filmmakers, and sound designers looking for high-quality ice-crunching sounds for their projects.
Each Source file is at least 96k / 24 bit, contains meta-data and is named following the UCS naming convention. As you can see below each file has multiple takes making this a good choice for sound designers looking for variations. This is great especially if you are working in video game development.
All sound files in Crunchy Ice are WAV files. They should work in any DAW, Video Editor, Middleware, and Game Engine.
Examples: Pro Tools, Reaper, Cubase, Nuendo, Ableton, Logic, Davinci, Premiere Pro, Final Cut, Media Composer, Audiokinetic Wwise, Fmod, Unity, Unreal Engine, Etc…
Sennheiser 416, Sony pcm-m10
Zoom F3, Sony pcm-m10
Reaper (Editing and Naming), Izotope RX7 (De-Noising), Sound Q (Meta-Data)
Free Crunchy Ice Sound Effects Library Sample Below
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