Bluezone Orbital Transmission
Bluezone Corporation has announced the release of the Orbital Transmission: Sci-Fi Sound Effects & Soundscapes sample library.
This sound library features sounds of UFO landing, alien atmosphere, alarm, extra-terrestrial communication and intrusive spacecraft. In addition to film scores, soundtracks and audio games, this sample pack is suited for Ambient, Dubstep, Drum n Bass, Breaks, IDM and Experimental tracks.
This sound collection offers over 80 WAV sound FXs, futuristic soundscapes, dark Ambient textures and more. Orbital Transmission: Sci-Fi Sound Effects & Soundscapes holds about 300 MB of audio samples and is designed to add sound effects and dark ambiances in your productions. Several of these samples are over 50 seconds long. This pack is royalty-free and does not require any additional costs or permissions.
Pricing & Availability:
Orbital Transmission is available for €10.95 EUR.
For more information, check out the Bluezone website.
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