Discover the Art of Sound

Micro Sample Pack by Ben Burns




Micro Sample Pack Paper cutter sounds

Affiliate Disclaimer

As an affiliate, we may earn a commission from qualifying purchases. We get commissions for purchases made through links on this website from Amazon and other third parties.

Micro Sample Pack

During Ben’s Twitch streams, viewers collect points for watching. One of the ways they can redeem those points is by requesting a sample pack. These packs are often a collection of 15-20 sounds centered around a specific theme.

Here are the current sounds in this free pack!

  • Madameberry Stream Sounds
  • Melon Sounds
  • Chair Mat Sounds
  • Electromagnetic Sounds
  • Organic Wooshes Sounds
  • Cat Meow Sounds
  • Record Fuzzies
  • Small Can Sounds
  • Paper Cutter Sounds

Madameberry Stream Sounds: I’ve used sounds captured from Madameberry’s Twitch channel over the past few years. In this pack I went through her saved clips for funny/interesting highlights.

Melon Sounds: Twitch viewer CaptSubtle suggested that I make a pack from a coconut, but since that’s hard to find in a Minnesota Winter, he was OK with me mangling a melon instead.

Chair Mat Sounds: Every time I vacuum the studio, I end up making weird sounds with my chair mat. Decided to record them and share them with everyone! Creates some amazing pitched noises.

Electromagnetic Sounds: Twitch viewer NazyNateSoundDesigner suggested I make some more electromagnetic samples. I swept my EM pickup around parts of my studio (computer, laptop, phone). Lots of crazy glitched sounds. I have a full Electromagnetic sample pack as well!

Organic Wooshes Sounds: Twitch viewer NazyNateSoundDesigner suggested I make organic woosh and swoosh sounds. I found some really cool household objects that made some really distinct sounds! Specifically a spatula and swinging the end of a power cable.

Cat Meow Sounds: Twitch viewer ArcadeCaio suggested that I make a sample pack from cat meows. I couldn’t get a super clean recording environment for these, but I’d like to think that the background noise adds to their charm a bit.

Record Fuzzies: This is one that’s been sitting around on my computer for a long time and someone in chat suggested that I bring it out into the world. This contains recordings of dusty records for that authentic lo-fi fuzz. I’m looking forward to using these!

Small Can: These are sounds of flicking, dropping, plucking, and generally abusing a small soda can. Not much more I can describe here, honestly.

Paper Cutter: Clean binaural recording of a plastic paper cutter. Includes sounds of shuffling and fluttering paper too!

About the author

Latest posts

  • Essential Vocal Exercises For Singers

    Essential Vocal Exercises For Singers

    Hey singers! If you’re looking for a way to spice up your vocal practice routine, you’ve come to the right place. Today I’m here to introduce you to some essential vocal exercises that will help take your singing skills to the next level. Whether you’re just starting out or already an experienced singer, these exercises…

    Read more