Soundiron Intros Flatulus, ‘The New Industry Standard In Gaseous Sound Design’

Flatulus is described as ‘the new industry standard in gaseous sound design’

Soundiron has introduced Flatulus, described as ‘the new industry standard in gaseous sound design and odoriferous instrumentation’.

Here’s what they have to say about it:

This explosive new library will rip through your tracks, with percussive sound effects and potent atmospheres. Each sonic specimen is 100% authentic and all-natural, with each release expertly captured in perfect detail, according to the highest quality and purity standards.

That’s right, we’ve dealt it AND we’ve smelt it, so you don’t have to!

Our seasoned team of engineers and producers each contributed mightily to this collection of 200 high-fidelity expulsions, providing you a wide variety of unique styles, tones, dynamics and resonance profiles to choose from for all of your game, film, television and post-production needs.

Have you dreamed of playing hundreds of farts as individual chromatic musical instruments? Of course you have and now you can!! Have a little ditty jingling in your head right now? Well, now imagine it played by farts.

Picture it now ladies and gentlemen: the future is now, friends, and the power is yours.

In this high-octane musical thunder dome, you’ll also find over 100 creatively sound-designed pulses, beefy cinematic effects, organic synth pads and effluent ambiences that give you the horsepower to create all kinds of noxiously-melodic concoctions. Flatulus is the granddaddy of all fart libraries. Accept no imitations! This one’s a boomer! All the rest are just squeakers.

Audio Demos:



Pricing and Availability

Flatulus is available now for US $9.

13 thoughts on “Soundiron Intros Flatulus, ‘The New Industry Standard In Gaseous Sound Design’

  1. This is obviously for newb cheaters. Professionals sample their own farts. Analogue sounds better. The feel and smell is unmatched. Don’t get me started on the warmth.

  2. There’s a lot of “air” in those samples. I could practically smell the “warm tubes”. I like that they preserved the tails/releases. So many demo tracks!!!!

    1. Yea, those spllluurrrrrrrt ones are especially noxious. I feel sorry for the synesthesia people, for those sounds are surely all brown and smell like used groceries.

  3. This seems perfectly evolutionary, since one of the biggest crowd-pleasers of early synthing was the Big Brown Moog Fart. It was a whole new thing that generated many good laughs. ARP came close, but Moogs held the squirty resonance throne for quite a while.

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