Where are you sourcing these sounds from @theswiftycoder?
@amrith Hey, thanks for your question. All the sounds have been created by myself. Before switching to mobile development I was an audio engineer/producer.
Really cool, crisp sounds. I've just bought the pack for a minimalist Android game I'm working on, I think it'll work perfect.
Edit: ha, a sound from the demo that I really liked & wanted for "level completed" is actually called level_up_alert.wav
Great job!! 😊 Will check it out
It wasn't long ago that I was looking for such sounds for a web app of mine. That said, I found many with the CC0 license (basically no copyright). What will make me attracted to this sound list would be easy categorization of the sounds maybe a simple tagging system or something of that.
Is there anything like that if I purchase it or it is just a compilation with all the sounds as seen in the screenshot you provided?
@swiftpolar Hey, I've added a tag to the end of the file name under what I thought it's use case could be. "What could be an alert for one project could be a toggle for another". Where a tag doesn't exist it's up for personal interpretation ;) Regarding copyright, you're free to use the sounds in commercial and personal projects. This includes changing the key, warping or speeding up. Hope that helps!
@swiftpolar Would you mind sharing where you got your sounds with CC0 license?
@pranapps I googled it and came to know of https://freesound.org/ You can then search and filter via the license type.
Great job, good crisp sounds to add to your project are always hard to find :)
Does it contain some keyboard pressing sounds?
@jake_w There are some sounds that can be used for keyboard actions. You would need to shorten the play time in your app. Hope that helps.