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  • The Users of Tomorrow library is the next level of futuristic and high-tech interface sounds, containing 2.2GB and more than 1,800 sounds designed to be used as final assets or layers.

    Users of Tomorrow features more than 2.2GB of 1,800 24bit/96khz files, all embedded with Soundminer metadata.

    Users of Tomorrow gets you:

    • Confirms
    • Calculations and text
    • Drones
    • Environment loops
    • Holograms
    • Glitch
    • Liquid interfaces
    • Beeps
    • Buttons
    • Static and noise
    • Alarms
    • Interface expansions and compressions

     

    Bonus:

    Users of Tomorrow also includes the unique Galactic Assistant Synthesizer Tool to design your own hi-tech interface sounds – it works in stand-alone mode, as well as with Reaktor and Max4Live.
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  • Meet Bleep – The adorable robot vocal library that will melt the collective hearts of your audience. With all the vocalizations you need to give your cute robotic characters a life of their own.
    Includes 211 vocals spanning over an amazing array of expressions!

    Expressions include:

    Activation, Affection, Anger, Arousal, Confusion, Dying, Drunk, Exertion, Falling/Descending, Epiphany, Grumbling, Hurt, Jumping, Laughing, Malfunctioning, Performing Actions, Relief, Sadness, Fear, Sighing, Sneezing, Surprise, and more

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  • Exosuit contains a large number of armored sound FX ready to use. Inside this turbocharged bio-suit you will find an arsenal of mechanized pieces of equipment noises and mechanical sequences.

    Also included are sampled organic sounds, metallic impacts, chain sounds, pneumatic and hissing air sounds, whooshes, explosions, electric arcs and surges and diverse ranges of alien weapons (grenade launcher, a variant of the ARC Gun and missiles). All files are named and sorted thematically.

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  • Mechanical Sci-Fi Mechanics Play Track 301 sounds included, 17 mins total $19.99

    SCI FI MECHANICS is a collection of 301mechanical/robotic sound effects.

    SFM is a contraction-kit, that allows you to created, heavily synthesized robotic and mechanical sound effects.
    Packed with high quality robotic sequences, one-shots, transformations, impacts and experimental mechanical sounds.

    Perfect for crafting sound for all sorts of sci-fi/future-tech.

    RECORDED WITH: NTG3
    CREATED WITH: Pro Tools, Live, Reaktor, Kontakt.

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  • The Heads Up Display sound effects library is the first installment in the Robotic Creations Collection. Each library within the Robotic Creations Collection contains sound effects designed to match five different robotic personalities with their own unique sonic characteristics: Mimo, the robot buddy; Q5, the vintage robot; NGage, the exosuit; Gregory, the android; and Firewall, the mech suit.

    Features the internal tech sounds that you would hear within each distinctive robot’s heads up display, such as:
    150+ interface beeps • 80+ success beeps • 70+ fail beeps • 50+ data readouts • 45+ countdowns • 15+ alarms • 100+ power ups • 95+ power downs

    Also available in a special Sound Design Toolbox version.

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  • The Heads Up Display Sound Design Toolkit is a special version of the regular Heads Up Display sound effects library: Not only does it feature the regular SFX library – it also contains a special Sound Design Toolkit version.

    Boom Box Library’s sound design toolkits allow you to create endless variations, tailoring sounds specifically to the needs of your project. All sound effects are pre-mapped to the sampler Kontakt by Native Instruments, and can be triggered with a MIDI keyboard or further manipulated with a tablet via our custom TouchOSC layouts.

    Together, these tools give you the hands on experience of performing live changes such as pitch and time alteration as well as playing back multiple layers of sounds at once. Our Toolkits take you beyond simple editorial, giving you everything you need to design your own unique take on the Boom Box Library sound.

    Features the internal tech sounds that you would hear within each distinctive robot’s heads up display, such as:
    150+ interface beeps • 80+ success beeps • 70+ fail beeps • 50+ data readouts • 45+ countdowns • 15+ alarms • 100+ power ups • 95+ power downs

    Requirements:
    Third-party software & hardware are not included in this purchase and should be purchased separately: KONTAKT (version 3.5.0.025 or higher)TouchOSCApple iPad

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  • How many sounds can you create with a polystyrene bodyboard? Well, here’s 1,000 to get you started!

    This collection of sounds brings you 1,000 unique sounds at 96KHz/24-bit stereo created entirely from a bodyboard. From several creature sounds to computerized sounds, this library is extensive with 642 designed sounds with 11 different styles of vocalization, as well as all of the 358 base sounds that were the ingredients for the vocalizations. If you are looking to spice up your creature vocalization palette, then this library is certainly for you.

    Hidden Voices is a new sound library series dedicated to finding the voices that are hidden in the most obscure objects. Each library offers an extensive range of sounds created entirely from that object, ready to add a unique flavour to your sound palette.

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  • Need a powerful robot voice? You can build complete robot voice sentences with Okamoid, a really powerful commander robot voice. It’s perfect for strong robot leaders, commanders, villians, in battles, etc. Highly intelligible.

    The Okamoid sound effect library contains more than THREE thousands words, chosen amongst the most common English ones. This allows you to build all the sentences you need for your project with this voice.

    Okamoid comes with a custom audio browser html file to help you quickly locate, preview and drag & drop the files you need to construct complete sentences.

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  • The Red Libraries teamed up with Thibault Csukonyi and Frederic Devanlay to create this new collection called Space Battle Artillery – the first in a series of sound libraries offering sounds from a futuristic fight universe.

    This first volume, Artillery, is a series of heavy weapons designed for spaceships, vehicles, robots or on a base.

    A mix between Sci-Fi and Steam punk, suited for all types of Sci-Fi universes.

    The sound library contains:

    • 20 weapons designed with single shots and bursts (Cannons, Rocket launchers, Gun turrets, Lasers)
    • Separate components of each each weapon in the form of synchronized layers, allowing you to make up your own creations by interchanging the different layers.
    • A toolbox containing textures, servos, mechanisms, impacts and much more items.
    Crafted with Kyma, Reaktor, Synths and with Nuendo 10

    Gear used:

    Avalon VT 737 • Tube Tech CL1B • Apollo 8p • Sound device 744T • Contact Mic Barkus Berry • Sanken Co 100K
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  • On the eternal search for new sounds, here is a hefty collection of creature voices created solely through the use of a metal flexatone.

    This collection brings you 2,000 original sounds at 96kHz/24-bit stereo offering 4 distinct styles of vocalization prepared to breathe life into your creatures, whether they be alien or machine. Each style has over 450 variations covering over 15 different emotions such as “arguing”, “sad”, “scared”, “excited”, “laugh”, “question” and general “talking”. These 4 vocal styles are:

    1. “Voice A”: The untouched raw voice created by the flexatone, perfect for metallic creatures! (0:55-1:12 in the audio example!)
    2. “Voice B”: A slightly deeper voice with additional upper harmonics for a sci-fi aesthetic, ideal for futuristic machines! (0:02-0:13 in the audio example!)
    3. “Voice C”: A more mature voice with some throaty quivering, suitable for many alien creatures! (0:16-0:32 in the audio example!)
    4. “Voice D”: A brighter, lively, child-like voice perfect for younger, smaller creatures! (0:35-0:52 in the audio example!)

    In addition to these 4 extensive voices, there are also over 150 traditional flexatone sounds such as the iconic comedic “boing” found in classic cartoons, as well as shakes, flicks, rises, falls and quivers!

    Note: The sounds in the audio example have some panning added; the sounds in the library itself are entirely centred.

    Hidden Voices is a sound library series dedicated to finding the voices that are hidden in the most obscure objects. Each library offers an extensive range of sounds created entirely from that object, ready to spice up your creature’s voices and add an original flavour to your sound palette. palette.

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  • ‘Future Robotics’ by Cinematic Sound Design features a collection of futuristic sound effects designed for Cinematic productions, games, apps and more. From hard-hitting rusty sounds too tiny droid talks, robot malfunctions, creaks, and lasers, inside you will find a unique collection for your next multi-media project.

    This collection was designed using some of the best quality equipment, including Access Virus Ti, DSI Prophet, Waldorf Pulse 2 and more, all routed through an Apogee Symphony AD/DA for additional warmth and depth.

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  • Signal Frontiers is a huge collection of cutting edge futuristic sounds for interfaces, robotics, space machinery and more. The library contains 1000+ uniquely designed assets and covers everything from web interface to spaceship consoles, telemetry and ambiences, offering an unparalleled variety for any project. Signal Frontiers features more than 1000 stereo 48 kHz/24 Bit sounds, all Soundminer friendly.

    Sound effects include:
    Alarms • Confirmation • Computation • Data Scanning • Denial • Drones • Glitch • Navigation • Noises • Simple Tones • Telemetry and Transitions
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  • Mechanical 3D Printer Play Track 380+ sounds included, 37+ mins total $25

    Do you want to make a robot or some other mechanical object sound unique? Or do you need high class heavy mechanical motor or servo sounds for layering purposes?

    The 3D Printer library is a collection of high quality motor, servo and mechanical movement sounds that can help you make a nice looking robot sound like a mean killing machine. The library is also a great and affordable way to add uniqueness to your sound effects.

    The library was recorded with two sets of microphones: A stereo pair of JrF C-series contact microphones were used to capture the more delicate inner sounds of the printer while a stereo pair of Sennheiser MKH8040 microphones recorded the more raw outer sound of the mechanical motor movements.

    You get the sounds in two formats: 96 KHz 24 bit and in 44.1 KHz 16 bit, for more convenient ways of utilizing the sounds in games and other media.

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  • What sounds can you get out of a £5,000 sewing machine?

    This library brings you 800 mechanical sounds created entirely from an electronic sewing machine, including: 20 different rhythmic seams all recorded at up to 5 different speeds with 2 microphone positions; over 200 seamless loops; various gradual revvings, ramping up and down, clicks, ticks, movements and warm-up checks – all recorded at the standard 96kHz 24-bit stereo.

    An excellent enhancer for mechanical and industrial sounds, or (obviously), for a sewing machine!

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  • Get a huge variety of simple or complex lockdown mechanism sounds with a wide array of different latches and impacts with Lockdown, a performable Kontakt instrument and sound effects library.

    We brought in dozens of props big and small to generate a massive array of source material recorded at 24 bit 192kHz. These included cameras, carabiners, wrenches, rack cases, knives, can openers, tongs, crimpers, solder suckers, file cabinet doors, vehicle doors and servos and much more – all with multiple unique performances per set.

    Great care was taken to record each performance with the highest sonic quality and detail. We chose a pair of MKH50s in XY as our primary setup, creating a big, clean stereo image on every sound.

    Lockdown is divided into two parts –
    elements and designed:

    The elements collection has all of the source recordings in their unaltered states. Each sound is edited, cleaned, volume matched and carefully metadata tagged.


    The designed collection uses samples based on the elements recordings that have been transformed into entirely new and different sounds using heavy processing and layering. It was created to produce interesting design and transition sounds quickly and easily. Lockdown includes over 500 fully lockdowns of all sizes and scales.

    Lockdown highlights

    • more than 1700 elements files
    • 192 kHz source recordings
    • 500 heavily designed sounds
    • 96kHz designed collection
    • 2 full kontakt instruments (full version of Kontakt 5.5 required)
    • soundminer and bwav metadata

    Note: Can be used without Kontakt too!
    All Kontakt instrument libraries include fully unlocked and accessible metadata tagged .wav files. You don't need any version of Kontakt to use these files as a standalone sample library.

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  • Robotics Lab is 26 minutes/788 MB of industrial robots, 3D-printers & CNC cutters in 62 separate files – recorded in 24bit/96kHz using Sennheiser MKH microphones.

    This library gives you recordings of two different ABB industrial robots; the large IRB 6620 and the smaller IRB 120. You get both single, isolated movements and more complex sequences with the robots moving on multiple axes simultaneously. Also included are takes of the robots idling, with some subtle but interesting sounds as the result.

    I also recorded Ultimaker 2 3D-printers – 3 of them running at once, as well as isolated sounds from a single printer. A large Zünd flatbed CNC-cutter was also recorded. All in all, lots of servos and stepper-motors, with lots of whizzing, whirring, clicking and ratcheting for your sound design projects.

    You get:
    • Industrial robots, 3D-printers and more
    • Servo- & stepper motors
    • Searchable file names
    • Secure Amazon S3-powered download
    • BWF Metadata embedded – with more included in CSV and ODS (OpenOffice) formats.
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