AudioTexture Free

0,00  Excluding VAT

Generate infinitely sounds, variations or loops based on Freesound content

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Use AudioTexture with Freesound content for free !

Le Sound supports Creative Commons license content creation by introducing AudioTexture Free which allows using Freesound database with a builtin browser. Contribute your content by uploading to Freesound and play with AudioTexture Free !

Freesound Browser

AudioTexture Free is the free version of AudioTexture plugin which loads and processes contents from Freesound. A dedicated browser interface has been designed for an integrated workflow to use Freesound content with AudioTexture. You can search with filter/sorting criteria and preview right in the browser. The browser displays the most essential information about the sounds and allows double-click to directly load into AudioTexture synthesizer. AudioTexture Free will accelerate your workflow to create more content.

Freesound License Notice

Sounds on Freesound are free to use, however few exceptions exist depending on what license criteria the sound creator chose, or if you want to use the sounds commercially.You should check the legal text for each license to understand the terms, however generally you can do the following depending on each license:

  • CC0: You can use the sound without restriction.
  • Attribution: As above but you must provide a credit to the sound creator.
  • Attribution Non-Commerical: As above but you can not use the sound in commercial works.

An integrated workflow

1 – Click Load to bring up the browser
2 – Login to your Freesound account
3 – Search by text w/wo filter
4 – Listen to the selected sound

5 – Check the waveform overview
6 – Download the file from Freesound
7 – Double-click to load it in AudioTexture
8 – Click Start to play

Technicals information

* Platform: Mac OS – Windows
* Format: 64 bit and AAX/VST/AU/VST3 compatible
* Require Freesound account


The product was partly developed as part of  the Audio Commons Initiative. The Audio Commons Initiative is funded by the European Commission through the Horizon 2020 programme (research and innovation grant 688382)