New Bluezone Skynet Prototype library
Skynet Prototype is the latest sound design library from the Bluezone studios for military robot effects.
Skynet Prototype features more than 900 MB of sounds, with 290 effects created from many recordings, then processed and tweaked. You’ll find chain tracks, impacts, machine gun bursts, radio transmissions and much more.
Skynet Prototype is ideal for TV sound design, multimedia, movie and video game audio projects. All the files are royalty-free and ready to be used in commercial productions.
Price: 24,95 €
More info at www.bluezone-corporation.com.
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