Ann: New Clocks Alarms Switches Effects From IndieSFX

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  1. Mark Sheeky

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    Aug 7, 2004
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    Game sound effects creators IndieSFX ( have released a new set of sound effects, Clocks Alarms Switches.

    Clocks Alarms Switches begins with clock ticks from different clocks and watches, tick time loops (ideal for countdowns) and alarm sounds, from real bells and classic alarm clock noises to digital alarms and fire bells. The set also includes klaxons, sirens and alerts; useful as cockpit alarms or game alerts, warnings or bonus indicators or just burgular alarms or tripwires.

    The set is rounded off with some excellent switches and new lockbolt sounds, hard clunks that are ideal for weapon reloads, chunky mouseclicks or menu sounds. Some of the best real switch recordings from the defunct Switches set have been added too including a zipper, holepunch, stapler and other click sounds that are ideal for realistic switch presses for touchscreen applications.

    As ever, these sound effects are all original, recorded using professional Rode microphone equipment and solid state recording equipment in 24-bit and transcoded to 16-bit stereo for this set. Effects are trimmed to silence and supplied as normal uncompressed stereo and mono wav files to ensure the highest quality standards.

    Clocks Alarms Switches Page:

    Mark Sheeky, Recordist
    IndieSFX - Game Audio For Game Developers

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