Pugnax Studio has released Switches, a free NI Kontakt library containing 48 various switches/buttons sound samples and basic effects.
All samples were recorded in high-quality 24 bit/48 kHz WAV. You can find switches and buttons from everyday objects such as camera, fridge, keyboard, game console, mouse, phone, tv, and many more. The complete list of switches can be found on product page.
As for usability, of course you can use these sounds as they are in film projects, games, short clips. Or you can go further and enter the sound designing territory and create completely new samples from them.
At the beginning of the article, I mentioned some basic effects. These are reverb and chorus, and additionally, you can control transient attack, control the pitch and master volume.
Moving on to the compatibility, you should know that this library requires a full version of Native Instruments Kontakt. The free Kontakt Player will run it in a time-limited “demo mode”. For those who don’t have Kontakt, there is good news: the sample directories are unlocked, meaning you can freely use the WAVs in your preferred DAW or sampler.
More information: Pugnax Studio