Robotic Creations: Heads Up Display – Library + Toolkit

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

Future Robotics

‘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.

Robotics Lab

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.

Bleep – Cute Robot Voice

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

Textrobot

TEXTROBOT is a NI Kontakt instrument designed to help you in the sound design of UI sounds and to produce retriggered samples for VFX text animations.

All 165 sounds are easily accessible using a MIDI master keyboard from the first octave. You can choose a category to load a set of samples and play it manually, or in the retriggered way (if active) by holding down the note. The full version of NI Kontakt is required to use this library.

Sound categories:

Click (10 samples): very tight, clicky sounds for UI interface usage or small text VFX
Bleeps (16 samples): it contains bleeping sounds, tones, and alerts for telemetrics and sci-fisound design
Big Size (16 samples): a collection of low frequency sounds for big title animation
Percussive (22 samples): organic and processed percussive sounds like shakers, maracas, and woods for multimedia apps or menu sound design
Fun (30 samples): a collection of funny sounds for cartoonish motion graphics
Digital (20 samples): glitches and lo-fi sounds for experimental videos
Keys (28 samples): keyboards, typewriters, and mouse sounds
Mechanical (23 samples): switches, clangs, squeaks, and metal impact sounds for mechanic motion graphics