FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the license terms?

I want to keep Shapeforms Audio libraries as flexible as possible – after all, they are intended to be creative tools to help you get the most from your projects! No confusing legalese or unreasonable restrictions here.

  • You're free to use sounds in any form of media – including, but not limited to, games, video, motion graphics, apps, music and performance.
  • The sound libraries are royalty-free, and can be used in both commercial and non-commercial works.
  • You're free to edit the sounds as you see fit: add effects, time stretch them, apply filters – they're designed to support whatever further sound design you throw at them!

So what can't you do? You can't redistribute the sounds, or resell them in whole or in part as a new sound library or instrument. For more, check out the License Agreement document.


Do you sell music, stings or loops?

Not at the moment, but it's definitely on the cards! If you're after custom music (or sound) for your project, feel free to get in touch through the Contact page.


How about samples for music production?

All Shapeforms libraries can definitely lend a bit of spice to a music track, like a hit of cayenne pepper in a grilled cheese sandwich (yum!), but at the moment none are geared primarily toward music production. It's definitely something I'd like to release in future though.


I have an idea for a library/feedback on an existing library!

Great! I'm always on the lookout for new, useful sound libraries to create, or ways to improve and add to the utility of existing ones through free updates! Say hi and tell me your thoughts.


I really enjoy Shapeforms' stuff, how can I support?

Firstly, thank you! If you enjoy Shapeforms' audio you might like to follow me on Twitter and Instagram, join the mailing list below, or if you own a library or two and enjoyed them, consider leaving a review – any of these would go a long way to helping me develop future updates and new products. Your support makes my day, I really do appreciate it!