Royalty Free Sound Effects & Sound Libraries


Cafeteria Sound Effects

Royalty Free Sound Library

Singapore Sound Library
$ 3
  • Specs: 3 files • 24 bit / 192 kHz • 670 MB • Includes metadata
  • Duration: Approx. 10 Minutes
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  • License type: Royalty-Free


Our recordings are provided as wav files and can be used with Logic Pro, Cubase, Nuendo, Ableton, Pro Tools, Reaper, Audacity, Adobe or any other audio/video editing software!

The library tracks are recorded in 192kHz 24Bit which gives you all the flexibility you need. 

Since we embedded these files with rich metadata like file description & keywords you are able to quickly find the sounds. We suggest using professional audio management tools like Soundly, Soundminer, Basehead or Sound Grinder.

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Cafeteria sound effects were recorded with many students in a busy cafeteria/food court at Singapore’s largest university. The NUS!

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This mini sound library contains recordings from the NUS cafeteria. The NUS is Singapore’s largest university with thousands of students and the semester started while I was there. When I walked into the cafeteria/food court, I was lucky enough to find a table to record the student’s ambiance and walla.

You can listen to the students chatting in different languages, as well as listening to the sounds of the plates and utensils moving. The students get up, sit down, pushing chairs back and forth and you can hear the squeak of their shoes on the floor.

Behind me are the trash cans and the collection area.
The reverberation of the room is just perfect and a group of students started clapping and laughing during the recording.

Another great part of the recording is when one of the students came up to us and she sang into the microphone, “We wish you a Merry Christmas”.

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