Foley Collection has a bunch of ten-euro collections of footsteps for Kontakt. My particular needs were for boots in sand. I bought corn starch. But boy, that's not as workable for me. I can't foley corn starch and make it sound like sand. The Foley Collection prefers to use pitch variation on the three or so "notes" of steps. At first I was concerned that might sound, well, sort of bad. But it turns out to be more than adequate.
Postable is still my preference.
Alexandria Mueller, schoolmate, is an attorney, wrote about the Music Modernization Act. This act is a pretty big deal. Yet verily I do not have my brain about it.
Sound Exchange is critical to, um, something. Remember that my brain is something similar to the size of an acorn.
Tokyo Dawn makes a number of good VST's. Proximity is a kind of cool, yet subtle, plugin. Also, it's free. I've been using it to try to seat certain effects and voices in desert exteriors. A weird thing about sounds outdoors is how reverberant/not they are. Outside is very dry, but it is not anechoic. And it's quite a trick to get stuff to sound right outside.