Drones And SF Effects

Bluezone releases Tripod Invasion sound library      23/08/12

Bluezone Corporation has released Tripod Invasion, which they describe as a newly designed sound library containing 200+ unique stereo drones and Sci-Fi sound effects, produced as 24 bit / 44.1 kHz wav files. They believe that these pro sound effects, drones and mechanical textures offer unlimited usability for numerous audio professional needs and are ideal for sound design for TV, Big Screen and Video Game audio projects.
A spokesperson told Sonic State, "In this new downloadable sound library you will find high quality underground atmospheres, crashes and impacts, noise FX, risers and downshifters, transition and a large choice of alien rumbles, synthetic roars and deep organic ambient soundscapes. All audio elements are perfect for the needs of scoring, temp tracks, trailers, songs and of course background music. 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. This sample pack is also suitable for style such as: Breaks, Dubstep, Ambient, Psy Trance, Techno, Drum and Bass and much more." Pricing and Availability:
18.95 € More information:

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