California Foley



Varazuvi California Foley™ is our new foley sound effects plugin.  It's designed to be used with your existing DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) and host audio software. It features new and original professional recordings of a wide range of foley effects categories to be incorporated into your project and offers a very realistic and dynamic experience.

The software doesn't simply synthesize the effects you want, these are professional recordings of the actual sounds themselves, just like having your very own foley artist at your disposal.

You have complete control over parameters such as attack, decay, sustain, release, gain & reverb in order to shape the sound exactly as you want it, but these sounds have already been mixed with perfect sonic accuracy.


                                  As featured in May's issue of KR Home Studio Magazine






Compatible for:

32bit/64bit/Mac Vst/AU compatible
Gain, Delay, Sustain, Release, Reverb & Attack parameters
Brilliant sonic accuracy
10 sound categories


2GB ram, Audio card, Dual core.



Samples have been recorded dry, giving you the ability to add reverb should you wish to.

There are Nine category banks of sounds each containing up to 35 separate sound effects each, 244 total.
One of these is a natural ambience bank, which has around a full minute fluent recording, not a few second loop.

Demo version contains only 6 effects in each category and doesn't include the natural ambience Sound.
Full and demo version are available at below:

Full version contains:

Footsteps  35

Doors  32

Clothing/Garments  27

Metal  30

Stone  29

Keys/Locks  32

Paper  35

Coins/Currency  23

Natural Ambience  1



Click here to listen to a demonstration


Known issues:

May have issues when running under the Mavericks version of Mac OS X10




    Windows 32 bit           Windows 64 bit              Mac VST                     Mac AU







Offer Price




Installation instructions

Once you have downloaded the plugin, you will find you have an "INSTRUMENTS" folder with an "MSE" inside, and a "DLL" file. Keep them both as they are, and simply copy them into your VST folder, or wherever your host software retrieves it's plugins from. After this you can then open up your new plugin from within the host software itself.

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