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Home Sound Effects Organic VS Machine

Organic VS Machine


Get ready to take your UI to the next level with this massive dual library of organically recorded sounds and machine generated sounds. This is not your average UI Library.The process for creating this library was simple: record every day sounds that happen organically. That includes pen clicks, paper crinkles, wood blocks, garbage rustling, paper shuffling, elemental material impacts and movements, etc. Then take those sounds and send them through a chain of modules in a modular synthesizer that is patched specifically to mangle, tangle, distort, pitch shift, warp, and rearrange. The result is somewhere between alien and mech, familiar and unfamiliar; a treasure trove of refreshing and unique sounds at your disposal.

You might call it Future UI, Alien UI, Biotech, or Bio-Mech. Whether your project needs material, organic, clean UI sounds or futuristic, sci-fi, biotech UI sounds, this dual library gives you the freedom to pick one or the other or somewhere in between. All sounds were recorded at 192 kHz and with over 540 sounds your options are vast. Keep a clean sonic palate and choose from the Organic sounds. Build something refreshingly out of this world with the Machine sounds. The choice is yours, enjoy Organic vs Machine!

Licensor: : Matt Script Sound Design Categories: , , , , , , , , , , .
Type: Texture sound effects / recordings
Specs: 548 sounds • 548 files • 24 Bit / 96 kHz • 745 MB • Not metatagged
Approx. 10 minutes total
Instant - blazingly-fast - digital download
License type:
Royalty-free - you can select the number of users on checkout

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I work as a professional composer and sound designer in Upstate New York. I have a degree in Sound Recording Technology from DePaul University School of Music and I am a lifetime appreciator of music, sounds, and all things audio. I have been creating sound libraries since 2018. My libraries range from essential utility libraries to equally essential dynamically creative libraries. One of my favorite sounds is the mixing sound that comes from spoons and bowls.