Soundwave - Robot Sound Effects Released - Bluezone Corporation

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    Bluezone releases 'Soundwave - Robot Sound Effects', a new sci-fi sound library providing a massive selection of impressive robot sounds created in 24 Bit / 96 kHz. From synthesized robot movements, complex mechanisms and transforming sounds to futuristic weapons and energy blasts, these Transformers sound effects are royalty-free and instantly downloadable. Creative mutations: Meticulously recorded and carefully-assembled, 'Soundwave - Robot Sound Effects', has been created with hardware synthesizers, electromagnetic fields and field recordings. All sounds are hyper-detailed and very flexible: You can easily transform, twist and morph the sounds to create thousands of variations and build your own artificial lifeforms and design complex robotic sequences.

    This sound library is loaded with 212 captivating robot sound effects such as robot transformations and mutations, heavy and thumping footsteps, small and big impacts, experimental mechanical textures, laser gun sounds and loud explosions, debris and more. A must-have for any sound designer looking to level up on robot sound design. 'Soundwave - Robot Sound Effects' is perfect for video games, films and animations, YouTube videos, ads, movie trailers and electronic music productions.


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