20001 Plugin // Foley Household

Foley Household

Add everyday noises to give more life to your music

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Chairs, washing machines, dishes (and broken dishes), glasses, pots, pans, furniture, cutlery, toilet flushes, lockers, jars, light switches, dripping faucets, squeaking doors and wooden floor, varied housework sounds…

Add everyday “noises” to your music. Sounds that anyone can recognize (well, if you want to), homely, close, warm…

You get 96 samples inside the plugin and an extra pack with more than 220 samples as individual wav files (44,1kHz – 24bit).

Plugin graphic interface

Attack, Delay,
Sustain and
Release, you know...

LFO you can map
to volume, pan
or pitch...

Change the pitch
or add some reverb

High and low
pass filters +
frequency cutoff

You can add
a white noise

The usual pan
and volume knobs

Polyphonic, mono or legato. Add glide to pitch bend notes (just in legato or mono). Really crazy results!

Plugin graphic interface


Low and high pass filters with cutoff frequency.
Polyphonic, mono or legato voice mode with glide time.
LFO oscillator (sine, tri, saw, square, exp) you can map to modulate pitch, pan or expression.
Low CPU usage.
White noise layer.
96 samples (in piano roll, from C0 to B7).
High quality samples: 44,1 kHz – 24bits.

* Given that each sample used is quite irregular in pitch, volume, and even with silent moments in between, use ADSR as a creative option.

VST – 32, 64 bits.
Windows 7 and above – Mac OS Sierra and above.
Hosts: All major DAW’s

After downloading and unzipping:

Windows: Copy the .dll file to its corresponding VST plugin folder. In Windows, the default system folder for VST plugins usually are:

  • 64-bit VST2: C:\Program Files\VSTPlugins

But confirm in your DAW’s documentation.

Mac: Copy the VST to the corresponding folder:

  • Macintosh HD:/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST/

Bear in mind that some of the included samples are more percussive (black keys) while others are more evolving, some are soft or hard, quiet or agressive, bright or dark, simple or quite complex.

As most of the samples are, in fact, a group of sounds, ADSR won’t work as expected, so use it creatively.

Use them as layers for your drums or pads to add more “organic” character to your tracks.

Apply low or high filters and use it for fills to give more body or shine if your track sounds dull.

Use Glide (just in mono or legato) to get unexpected but interesting results.

And remember that it doesn’t use much CPU, so you can use more than 1 instance in your mix (maybe each one with different effects?) without any problems.

Format: VST
Platforms: Mac, PC
Download size: 190 mb
Number of samples: 226
Quality of samples: 44,1 kHz – 24 bits

How does it sound?

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