Sci-Fi Sound Effects And Soundscapes

Bluezone releases Orbital Transmission sample collection      18/08/11

Sci-Fi Sound Effects And Soundscapes


Bluezone Corporation has released Orbital Transmission: Sci-Fi Sound Effects & Soundscapes. They say that, with sounds of UFO landing, alien atmosphere, alarm, extra-terrestrial communication and intrusive spacecraft, this fascinating sound library will take you into a new audio dimension.
A Bluezone spokesperson told us, "This new sound collection for modern music composers offers over 80 WAV sound FXs, futuristic soundscapes, dark Ambient textures and much more. 'Orbital Transmission: Sci-Fi Sound Effects & Soundscapes' holds over 300 MB of audio samples and is specifically designed to add finely crafted sound effects and dark ambiances in your future productions. Many of these samples are over 50 seconds long. Like all Bluezone Corporation sound libraries, this pack is royalty-free and does not require any additional costs or permissions - it's 100% ready to be used in your commercial productions. In addition to film scores, soundtracks and audio games, this essential sample pack is well-suited for Ambient, Dubstep, Drum n Bass, Breaks, IDM and Experimental tracks."
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