Los Mejores Sonidos de Alertas para Twitch y Mixer

We've often written about all the extra elements you can add to your Twitch stream. We generally focus more on the look of your stream. For example, we recently wrote about The Top Templates, Overlays, and Dashboards for Twitch in 2019 . Much of what we write also applies to other streaming platforms like Mixer, as overlays and templates often use the same file formats.

However, there is more you can do to customize your streams on Twitch and Mixer. You can also customize some of the sounds. You can attach stream alert sounds to add to the atmosphere of your stream. Streamsentials has a detailed guide on how to set up stream alerts using a variety of tools that streamers use to stream.

The Best Stream Alert Sounds for Twitch and Mixer

1. Stream Alert Sounds – Own3D.tv

Stream Alert Sounds – Own3D.tv

Own3D.tv offers a wide range of plugins that you can use to customize your Twitch live stream channel. Most of these plugins are templates, graphics, sounds, and other elements that can also be used on live streaming channels like Mixer or YouTube Gaming. 

Own3D.tv includes in its offering a variety of Stream Alert Sounds and Notification Sound Sets for Twitch. Currently Own3D.tv offers 24 of these sound files. According to their website, “most Alert Sounds for Twitch are just simple sound sets without any meaning. For us that is not enough! At Own3d.tv, you will find Alert Sounds specially created for Streamers on Twitch, YouTube or Facebook. This way, you can highlight notifications in your stream even more and motivate your viewers to interact with you more. Especially for followers, donations, hosts and raids, among others.”

The sounds vary from those linked to some musical genre, e.g. “Rock” Alert Sound Pack and “Dubstep” Alert Sound Pack, up to those related to specific games, e.g. “Fortnite” Alert Sound Pack


These are professionally produced Sounds for your stream. For example, the Fortnite sounds, includes custom sounds that notify you by Subscriber, Cheer, Donation, Follower and Host.

2. Nerd or Die Sound Effects

Nerd or Die Sound Effects

Although sound doesn't get the large-scale treatment at Nerd or Die that graphics do, they do still offer three sets of sound effects. You can select from Pretty Sprites Sound Effects, Virtua Sound Effects, and Voice UI Sound Effects.

The Pretty Sprites sound effect pack contains sounds inspired by pixel art and the old school gaming era. This download includes pre-composed sounds that you can hear in the demo video, as well as the individual sound effects used to make them. Use these sounds with your Twitch alerts and YouTube videos. Alert Sounds for Twitch, YouTube, and Mixer. Suitable for uploading to services such as Streamlabs, Bebo, and Stream Elements. The pack includes 20 unique sound designs and 35 individual sound effects.

As its name indicates, the Voice UI Sound Effects pack is somewhat different. It contains a mix of male and female voice options, with sounds for Stream Alerts and Stream Deck Audio Triggers. It comes with three voice styles: General, Relay and Spark, and three message styles: informative, personality, and grateful. There are 12 unique messages per style, adding up to more than 200 voice files. Nerd or Die recommends that you match this audio alert pack with their Uplink Stream Package.

3. Soundsnap

As its name indicates, Soundsnap specializes in sounds, rather than video game accessories. Their goal is to help you find the perfect sound clip for you. Soundsnap has over 250,000 files in their Sound Effects library and they add more sounds to the library every week.

Soundsnap offers three payment options, two pay-as-you-go plans and an annual subscription. If you simply want sounds that you can use as alert sounds on Twitch or Mixer, you probably won't change sounds often and would prefer to go with the pay-as-you-go option. The price ranges are:

  • 5 downloads for $15
  • 20 downloads for $29
  • Unlimited annual downloads for $199

You can search for sounds by Tags, Location or Latest. Technically you can use any sound with the appropriate duration for a Twitch alert. However, Soundsnap has a page for custom Alert sounds. This page currently has 1109 Alert sounds, so it will take you a while to browse through the demo files to find the sounds that best suit your stream. If you click More Info, each sound will show you a series of Tags that Soundsnap believes best describe each sound.

Soundsnap has an easy-to-use interface where you can filter your sounds in many ways, including duration.

4. Streamplay

The founder of Streamplay is a fellow streamer who was looking for some interesting alert sounds for his Twitch channel. He was surprised to discover that, at the time, there was no site dedicated to selling sound effects designed to be stream alerts. That's how he created this site. The site is a sister site to Streamplay Graphics.

Streamplay claims to include a mix of free alert sounds, premium alert sounds, and custom alert sounds. But when you visit the Free Alert Sounds section, it says there are currently no products available.

There are currently 108 products in the Premium alert sounds section. This is divided into:

  • Cheer Alert Sounds
  • Donation Alert Sounds
  • Follower Alert Sounds
  • Host Alert Sounds
  • Raid Alert Sounds
  • Alert Sound Packs 
  • Subscriber Alert Sounds

This means you can choose specific sounds or you can choose to collect them within Alert Sound Packs. Many of the sounds/packages follow themes. For example, you can purchase the Jungle Sounds package for $4.99. This adds a Jungle percussion style to your stream's alert sounds. This pack includes alert sounds for Cheer, Donation, Follower, Host, Raid and Subscriber.

Of course, the name of the sound is simply an indication of relevance. As Streamplay says on its site, “If you think these sounds will be better suited to other types of alerts, other than how they are currently labeled, you can now mix and use them according to your preferences!”

5. Streamer's Haven

Streamer's Haven offers free sounds for your stream. They say they initially created their sounds just for fun and then decided they should share them with the community.

Streamer's Haven is a site for streamers, which in blog format offers stream guides, tricks, tutorials and many more. They include articles on a variety of streaming topics, including a section on how to improve the audio of your stream. As they say, “With years of research and experience in the audiophile spectrum on a moderate budget, we provide affordable ways to improve your audio quality and solve annoying problems like sending audio from your capture card to your PC.”

Currently the site offers three sound effects for use on Twitch/Mixer/YouTube: Alien Alert SFX, Alien Alert SFX V2 and Banshee's Wail SFX Alert (Horror Theme).

6. Sound Alert's Twitch Extension

Sound Alerts is a Twitch extension that allows viewers to play sound effects on your stream for Bits! It gives you a new way to monetize and interact with viewers. It is a relatively popular extension, which was downloaded by more than 25,000 streamers. Streamers have used it to upload more than 30,000 sound files. 

Sound Alerts make it easy for broadcasters to upload custom sounds and viewers can activate sounds through the use of Bits.

7. SoundBoard

SoundBoard's motto is "nothing but sounds . " As of this writing, they offer 545,033 audio tracks across 20 categories. One of these categories is Games and one of its subcategories is Sound Bites for Stream . In this section there are currently 33 sounds, some with interesting names like "Gundy FAT!", "Hype Squad" and "Pacman Jones!!!" 

Of course you don't need to limit your search for sounds within this section. In any section of SoundBoard you could find the perfect sounds for your Twitch or Mixer channel's stream alerts.

8. Freesound

Freesound provides a vast selection of audio files that you could consider as options for your stream alert sounds. The Freesound objective is to create a huge collaborative database of audio fragments, samples, recordings, acoustic signals,...published under a Creative Commons license, which allows their reuse. 

The hardest part about using Freesound is that it's not just designed for stream alerts. There are thousands of sounds and it can be a challenge to find what you are looking for. However, with a patient and careful search, you could find the perfect sound that you can use to personalize your stream.

9. Sound Bible

SoundBible is another site specialized in sound clips, differentiated from game streaming extensions. Offers free sound clips to download in wav or mp3 format. Provides free and royalty-free sound effects and clips for video editors, film scores, video game designers, and sound enthusiasts. It is updated weekly. Downloads are free and with large download buttons to avoid confusion.

10. Audio Micro Stock Audio Library

Audio Micro is a stock library of music and sound effects for creative people. The site offers a mix of stock music, sound effects and loop packs. Includes 429,110 sound effects from Star Trek, Apocalypse Now and Kill Bill, among others. It also has a library of more than 2,000 free sound effects.

As with all generic sound effects sites, you will need to search for the perfect sound for you, although there is a category of 33 Free Sound Effects for Video Games and Entertainment.

You can filter your sounds in many ways, including duration, this makes it easier to find a suitable track for your stream's alert sounds.

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