2024. has started! 

In early January 2024, we have changed how we sell music and sound packs on the website. Now, instead of buying individual tracks or sounds, you can get entire packs as a downloadable file (RAR format). This has made running the website smoother. Our mailing list has grown and helps us keep in touch with game developers, letting them know about the best deals on time.

In the rest of January, we'll create themed bundles and make some improvements to the website. After that, we'll start recording new stuff with lots of ideas in mind! Thanks for your support, and keep up the good work!

Update - September 2023 

We have an important announcement regarding our sound effects webshop. Starting now, we will exclusively offer full pack purchases, discontinuing the option for individual SFX or music track downloads. This decision is driven by various factors that have led us to streamline our offerings.

Primarily, we have encountered significant challenges with the fees imposed by PayPal for small purchases.

In addition to the PayPal fees, our hosting platform, Bandzoogle, has limitations when it comes to processing sound effects shorter than 1 second in duration. To address this, we've had to adjust each sound effect that doesn't meet this criterion by adding extra silence at the end. While this isn't a deal-breaker, it does create an inconvenience for our team, impacting our efficiency.

In the coming months, we plan to gradually update our earlier portfolio to align with this new approach. We are also considering adding features like an embedded SoundCloud player to enhance your browsing and listening experience.

We appreciate your understanding and continued support as we work to improve our services and streamline our operations. Your satisfaction remains our top priority, and we look forward to serving you even better in the future.

Cyberwave Orchestra

Summer Works 

Currently, we're working hard on recording and designing a variety of packs that explore different themes. These include Horror Soundscapes and Jump Scares, Crafting & Gathering, Boss Voices, Puzzle Game Buttons Switches and Levers, and Medieval Archery sounds. We're having a blast creating these much-needed assets for the game developer community. While we're not sure about the release order just yet, be sure to stay tuned for updates!

What's New? 

Hey everyone!

It's been a while since our last update, but we've been working hard here at Cyberwave Orchestra, creating some amazing new sound packs for your video games.

First up, we're excited to announce that we've been working on some blood and gore recordings that are sure to add a new level of realism to your games. We've captured all kinds of sounds, from squishy flesh to bone-crunching impacts, so you can create truly gruesome scenes that will make your players cringe (in a good way, of course).

But that's not all! We're also working on a new sound pack called Savage Steel that we think you're going to love. This pack is all about intense melee combat, whether you're working on a realistic medieval game or a fantastical RPG. With a variety of swings, attacks, impact materials, and pre-designed attacks, you'll have everything you need to create epic boss battles, critical hits, and more. And with our parry/block sounds, you can really immerse your players in the action and make them feel like they're right in the middle of the fight.

We're still putting the finishing touches on Savage Steel, but we can't wait to share it with you soon. In the meantime, keep an eye on our website and social media channels for more updates and previews.

As always, thanks for your support, and good luck developing your games!

Dystopia - Sci-Fi Music Loops Pack 


Introducing Dystopia: A Futuristic Music Pack for Sci-Fi and Cyberpunk Games

Dystopia, Cyberwave Orchestra's latest music pack, offers 12 loopable themes that capture a futuristic, yet nostalgic feel. Ideal for sci-fi and cyberpunk games, these versatile tracks enhance gameplay and immerse players in the world of your indie project. From atmospheric soundscapes to a bit more intense battle themes, Dystopia delivers high-quality music that evokes a sense of dystopian society. Whether you're creating a post-apocalyptic wasteland or a high-tech metropolis, Dystopia's tracks are the perfect addition to your game's soundtrack. Get the pack today and take your game to the next level!

Potions and Consumables 



Potions and consumables are a crucial element in many video games, particularly in RPGs and fantasy games. They allow players to heal themselves, gain temporary boosts to their abilities, and sometimes even grant special powers or abilities. But potions and consumables aren't just important for their in-game effects - they can also add an extra layer of immersion to the game world through their sound effects.

One of the most common sounds associated with potions and consumables is the sound of drinking or consuming them. This can include the sound of liquid being poured into a glass or container, the sound of the container being opened and closed, and the sound of the liquid being swallowed. Depending on the game and the type of potion or consumable, these sounds can be very different - for example, a health potion might have a soothing, healing sound, while a strength potion might have a more aggressive or energetic sound.

Another sound effect that can be associated with potions and consumables is the sound of the potion or consumable being brewed or prepared. This could include the sound of ingredients being mixed together, the sound of a fire crackling underneath a cauldron, or the sound of magical incantations being chanted. These sound effects can add to the sense of immersion in the game world, making the player feel like they are actually mixing together potions and preparing consumables.

Of course, the sound effects associated with potions and consumables aren't just limited to their preparation and consumption. There can also be sound effects associated with the effects of the potion or consumable - for example, the sound of a healing spell being cast or the sound of a player's muscles bulging with strength. These sound effects can help to communicate to the player what is happening in the game world, making it easier for them to understand and react to different situations.



If you're a game developer looking to enhance the sound effects in your game, or a gamer who wants to immerse themselves more fully in the game world, you'll be excited to know that a new potion and food-themed sound pack is coming soon! This sound pack will include a wide range of sound effects related to potions and consumables, from the sound of brewing a potion to the sound of consuming it. With this sound pack, you'll be able to add an extra layer of realism and immersion to your game, making it an even more enjoyable experience.

In conclusion, potions and consumables are a vital part of many video games, and their sound effects can add an extra layer of immersion and enjoyment to the game world. So keep an ear out for the upcoming release of the potion and food-themed sound pack, and take your game to the next level with immersive, realistic sound effects!