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The Ultimate Magic Spells Sound Effects Pack

We proudly present an AAA-quality Magic SFX pack that features 10 spell types! (408 sound effects combined). The innovative format of Cast, Loop, Shoot, and Target Hit, will ensure top-notch realism to any game. We included Buffs, De-Buffs, and Spawn SFX.

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  • Supported Platforms
  • Supported Engine Versions
    4.23 - 4.27, 5.0 - 5.4
  • Download Type
    Asset Pack
    This product contains an assortment of Unreal Engine assets which can be imported into a pre-existing project of your choice.
Cyberwave Orchestra's Magic Spells Pack


Once again by listening to suggestions from you, the developers, the following format was decided as the most beneficial for each spell: Cast, Shoot, Loop, Target Hit. We also included a lot of Buffs, some De-Buffs, and a few Spawn sounds. The beauty of this pack is that you can even mix the elements from different spell types to create your own. There is no right or wrong in a fantasy world! If you read a bit more below, I'll provide some good tips to make the most of this pack.


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WHAT DO THE ACTIONS MEAN?


  • Cast: This action can happen for example before shooting the spell. You can make the cast longer by using the Loops provided until it's time to shoot the spell.
  • Loops: Our 40 loops provided are top-notch quality with seamless transitions. They are not strictly bounded by a spell type. They are useful right after the spell Cast, or even after the Target Hit where they can linger a bit until they fade out.
  • Shoots: For the sound of a launched spell, we use the Shoot action. Shoots don't have any impact characteristics, which is why in the moment of connection we use Target Hit.
  • Target Hit: This is triggered when your spell hits the target. Strong impact characteristics with fast attack time.
  • Buffs and De-Buffs: These can be activated by a spell, or however you want them to appear. They are not spell-type bound and can be used in any way that you need.
  • Spawns: A few bonus sounds good for spawning enemies.





USEFUL TIPS:


  1. You really only need 2 things to connect your actions smoothly, and those are Fade-Ins and Fade-Outs. Depending on their curve, you'll get different results. For example, if you want to use a Loop with your Cast, trigger them at the same time but give the Loop a long Fade-In, so that it comes to the first plan right as the Cast sound goes down. At the same time that your Target Hit starts, initiate a steep Fade-Out on the Shoot SFX. It all depends on what you need for your game of course.
  2. Play with the overall volume of the Loops if necessary. I found that lowering the volume of the Loop makes it blend much better with the rest of the Actions when used in the context of spells.
  3. Use Loops, Spawns, or other actions to create Portal sounds!
  4. Mix Shoots and Target Hits with your Sword and other melee weapons to give them magic properties.
  5. Experiment and create different arrangements, with actions from different spell types.




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Thank you,

Cyberwave Orchestra

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Technical Details

*Separate actions give you the flexibility to use your creativity in the best way possible. There is less of a chance that your audio and visuals go out of sync in case of a game lag by using this system.


Mastered to -1 to -1.5 dB, with no clicks, no distortion, just pure quality. Enhanced with saturation to cut through any audio environment. Great on any audio system, from headphones to large speakers.


Number of Audio Waves: 408

Number of Audio Cues: 408

Format: 16-bit, 44.1 kHz Stereo Wav

Do Sound FX loop: Yes

Minutes of audio provided: 34:15 min

Supported Development Platforms: All