Robotic Sound Library

Bluezone Corporation releases Robotic Division: Sci-Fi Sound Effects      07/07/11
Robotic Sound Library


Bluezone Corporation has released their Robotic Division: Sci-Fi Sound Effects sound libray. Here's what they have to say about it...
If you are looking for devastator's transformers sounds in action, robotic system deployment, Sci-Fi robot in motion or mysterious coded communication, then look no further. 'Robotic Division: Sci-Fi Sound Effects' from Bluezone Corporation will be your first inspiration source for your future film and game score productions. These cutting edge sound FX created with an amount of recording which has been engineered, destroyed and twisted to give you a serious access into the professional Sci-Fi sound world.
'Robotic Division: Sci-Fi Sound Effects' has been designed to offer you the ultimate robotic sound library, with extremely great precision for sounds, either in dynamic or stereo width. Including mechanical robotic modern sounds, futuristic communications, textured outer space ambiences, heavy impacts and tension raising, this sample pack take your creativity to the next level. 'Robotic Division: Sci-Fi Sound Effects' is an overdose of 243 powerful samples including ascending and descending frequencies, robot malfunctions, transformations and more.
All samples in this sound library are licensed to you "royalty free" so you can use them in your commercial compositions with no extra costs.
Suitable for style such as: Breaks, Dubstep, Ambient, Trance, Techno, Electronica, Drum and Bass, Soundtrack, Game & TV series.
Technical Specifications:
  • 266 MB Data / 247 Files
  • Format : WAV
  • Instant Download
  • Requires Winzip or similar utility to unpack
  • Suitable for use in all major sequencers
  • Royalty-Free with no extra cost
  • Ready to use in commercial production
Pricing and Availability:
16.95 € More information:
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