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Animal SFX Library - advice needed

Hello guys,

I have recently been working on a big games project and due to the large amount of several different monster sounds which should be created I am running a bit out of base material.

I am looking for high quality sounds of animals of all kinds, which should be pitchable as well.

As I was involved in the production of the BOOM Library Creatures and Wildcats I would love some variation inbetween the soundfiles as well (which makes work so much easier). So if theres a bark of a dog for example, just having another 5 different barks of the same dog would be great!

I would be grateful for any recommendations!

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Chucks dog library is very good.

Also hiss and roar as a cool seal library and boom has the wildcats library. Pigs can be nice too
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Thank you all for recommendations! I will check them out, I am not sure but I think one of my co-workers is using the dog library and he said that it was really useful!

I will definitely have a listen to both the pig and the dog library! Are there any more suggestions?

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Hi,

I have a sound effects library of pigs: The Recordist - SoundBox: SBHD-PIG01 Pigs - High Definition Sound Effects

Want some insane baby pig squeals and screeches? This collection has them and more. Growls and wacky vocalizations from baby pigs. Create awesome creature effects with this set. Also included are large pig grunts, snorts and breaths recorded on a muddy farm field.

The Recordist’s HD Sound Effects are professional sound effects recorded and mastered at 24-Bit 96kHz. Included are high quality 24-Bit 96kHz Broadcast WAV files embedded with Soundminer and Pro-Tools metadata.

Pig squeals, screeches, grunts, growls and wacky vocalizations. High quality 24-Bit 96kHz recordings. Files: 27 – Zip Size: 29.2MB – Price: $20.00.

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