Robotic Sound Effects Sample Library

Bluezone releases Assault Mech - Robotic War Unit Sound Effects      25/06/14
Robotic Sound Effects Sample Library


Bluezone Corporation has released Assault Mech - Robotic War Unit Sound Effects a new  sound library featuring 272 high-powered robotic sound effects for video game sound designers, cinematic productions and multimedia projects. Here's what they have to say about it...

This epic collection of sound effects features an incredible array of world class robotic sound design elements, incorporating SFX as: deploy sequences, footstep elements, emotion and language expressions, body impacts and hits, heavy main and secondary machine guns, and many more.

Produced by the Bluezone Corporation team, this cutting-edge science fiction sound library has been created with an amount of high quality recordings including a wide range of mechanic factory devices, modified servo sounds, destroyed metallic materials and tools, train workshop sounds, various electric systems and much more. All samples are treated, twisted with many treatments to create a collection of sounds completely unobtainable in any other way. These designed samples have been then layered to give you ready-to-use elements.

The qualities of this armored mecha allow you to build complete battle sequences with a carefully crafted result. Many files come with variations to provide flexible construction kits. You can use these sound FX as they are or mix and match them with other elements from this collection to create your own ideas. Of course you can easily pitch, modulate, mangle and stretch these elements to create thousands of variations.

This downloadable sound library comes in 24-bit high definition and is licensed to you as royalty-free so you can use them in your commercial compositions at no extra cost.


Pricing and Availability:

32,95 €

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1 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
al_bot    Said...

sweet! now i can put sounds to when i play with my transformers and go-bots.

25-Jun-14 03:19 PM


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