Cinematic Sound Effects




If you’re looking to add to the feeling & emotions you’re trying to convey in your edits, you need to gather up a cinematic sound effects library. When it comes to those, we've got what you're looking for.

Our collection of film SFX are as good as it gets. We know how important your assets are to your craft, which is why we’ve spent over a decade perfecting the presets and film assets across our entire catalog.

Be careful using free audio packs that you find on the web, as this is a sure fire way to end up with copyright claims. Instead, trust us and use our high-quality, royalty-free film sound effects packs. Available to use in any production whether it's commercial, film, YouTube or wherever.

What are Cinematic Sound Effects?

If you’re new to Filmmaking, you might not have a clear understanding of what exactly can be considered a cinematic sound effect pack is and what is not - is it music? Is it any sound you use over some footage? Let’s clear things up for you.

Basically, any noise that isn’t a human voice talking or music, can be considered a sound effect.

You can put these over your video to enhance the storytelling or creative aspect of the film. These can help dramatize whatever feeling, mood or message you’re trying to convey in your footage.

So now, you can probably understand that a cinematic sound effects pack is simply a bundle of different SFX that you can use in film. SFX packs generally follow a style such as Cinematic or Horror. Typically, these will include elements to make up all the main categories of sound that you need to use in film.


Why are film Sound Effects packs so important for Video Editors?

You might be under the impression that you can get by without a film sound effects pack - but that’s just not the case. In fact, most video editors claim their SFX to be the most essential asset they have!

Putting film sound sound effects packs in your edits will engage viewers, hooking them in and keeping them at the edge of their seats. The basses, whooshes, and risers are a great way to build suspense or emphasise a moment.

Simply put, these are going to help you draw out whatever emotion or mood it is you’re trying to convey with your edit. A lot of emphasis gets put on the visual aspect of film - but sound is just as important, if not more.


Where can I get film Sound Effects packs?

Aside from creating your own SFX, how can you go about finding quality files to use in your own edits?

There are some places that offer free film sound effects for you to download as you please, and use throughout your videos. However, we would ask you to be cautious using those for a few reasons.

For one, you get what you pay for. A lot of free SFX files tend to be low quality, and this will affect how people view your work. We always say that bad footage can be forgiven, but bad audio cannot. This isn’t an area you want to skimp on.

Plus, you need to be careful with copyright and strikes. If you're working for a big brands, some free SFX that you find could flag up on systems such as YouTube and cause some issues for the company. Which is not a good look for the Filmmaker who created the video. Stick with reputable brands with a history of producing safe, high quality assets.


Why our Sound Effects stand out

We are Filmmakers ourselves, so we recognize the importance of quality film sound effects packs.

Our Division SFX pack consists of 80 unique sounds you can use in any video editing software. 

Unlike a lot of other packs on the web, we aren’t going to clutter your folders with useless sounds. Every single sound effect in this pack has a place in your repertoire - we guarantee it.


Our Division SFX Pack is compatible with all video editing software

Just like all of our assets, the Division SFX pack is compatible with whatever software you prefer to use for your edits. But, here is a complete list of programs so you can double check that yours is on here:

  • Premiere Pro
  • After Effects
  • Final Cut Pro X
  • DaVinci Resolve
  • Vegas Pro
  • Filmora
  • LumaFusion
  • Pinnacle Studio
  • Edius
  • AVID
  • iMovie
  • Pinnacle
  • HitFilm Express
  • Audition
  • Logic Pro
  • FL Studio
  • Cubase

Not seeing the software you use on here? That doesn’t mean these files won’t work. We provide our SFX in WAV and MP3 format, which are compatible with pretty much every editing software in the world.


What type of sounds are in our Division SFX pack?

Besides people inquiring about whether our film sound effects pack is compatible with their editing program or not, the question we get asked the most about these is what they consist of exactly.

We draw on a variety of different sounds to make sure you have access to any sound you could ever need. The 80 different SFX we have in our Division SFX pack make up the 6 major sound types:

  • Atmospheric
  • Bass Hits
  • Bass Rumbles
  • Cinematic Risers
  • Tonal Accents
  • Whooshes

All sounds are recorded in the highest quality - WAV 96000hz. These are professionally mastered and entirely royalty free. You won’t have to worry about your videos being muted when uploaded to a platform due to copyright claims - including YouTube!


Other film assets we offer besides Cinematic Sound Effects packs

We have everything a film editor needs to start producing higher quality videos and saving time. Of course, you now know we have SFX packs, but here are some other really cool products we offer: