Orange gets you ready for Halloween
10 days before Halloween and if you still haven’t find the inspiration to scare your friends and neighbors, Orange Sound can help you for free.
Orange Sound indeed offers a library containing 27 clips in MP3 formats with scary/horror instrument sounds and weird noises that can be used in many sound projects. The collection features short files and themes/atmospheres up to 2 minutes.
The Halloween Orange Scary Sounds library is available for free but you cannot make a commercial use of its content.
A demo is available at www.orangefreesounds.com.
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