About the Sound Effects Library

Contains Over 14 GB+ of High-Quality Battle Crowds, civilian sound effects (Walla) and foley in 700+ source files.

Perfect for films, games and creative advertisements. Easily import these files right into your production and start using them TODAY. Contains full meta-information and is easily searchable. — Pre-cleared for worldwide and multi-platform use – forever.

‘Battle Crowds’ by Coll Anderson from C.A Sound, Inc. is the most extensive battle crowd and civilian sound effects library on the internet. Recorded entirely at 96k / 24bit, this library contains over 700+ royalty-free source files and thousands of sonic variations  –  ranging from male, female, soft, hard, high, low and mid-ranged vocal dynamics. This collection of pre-edited source recordings has everything you need to audibly re-construct just about any type of battle or civil-unrest scene.



Both small crowds and large-sized crowds, mid-ranged and quiet murmurs. Agony Screams, Angry Jeering, Angry Protest Yelling, Battle Approach, Battle Celebration, Battle Celebration Waves, Battle Cry, Battle End Agony Moans, Battle Movement Forrest, Battle Movement Pass, Battle Steady Fighting, Begging, Begging Unrest. Coughing, Death Impact Yell Multiple, Death Impact Yell Single, Feet Battle Movement Forrest, Feet Fast Battle Movement Forrest, Feet Forrest Movement, Female Celebration Scream, Human Group Cry Out Injury, Jeering Unrest, Large Battle Steady, Marching Metal Jog, Marching Metal Jog to Stop, Marching Puddle Mud, Men Working Walla, Protest Unrest, Small Approach Forrest, Trauma Scream, Unrest Misery, Unrest Murmur, Walking Puddle Mud, Women Begging, Women Sobbing, Women Working Walla, Human Breathing.

Call Outs: Begging for Meat, Trade for Food, Bring That Here, Food is for Fighters Only, Get Back, Give Us the Girl, Help Make Weapons, Hold, Hold Your Ground, In the Hole, Meat, Meat is for Fighters Only, More Weapons Here, Move the Steel Here, No Food For You, Out of the Way, Over Here, Stack Those Logs, Stay Back, Steady,Trade Her for Food.

Recorded entirely at 96k/24bit with over 100 people in a highly-controlled outdoor environment.

All of the surrounding reverb is natural and true to the space.  There are microphones in the middle of the action as well as from inside the woods and across a small field. There is action with voices and with just body movements, people in the Forrest and in the field as well as running around buildings and structures to create a natural “reveal”. This library also contains lots of additional foley.

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