Fox Audio Post-Production has once again used the power of manipulation to create interesting new sounds. "Electromagnetic – Field & Emissions" is a collection of the various machines we see in our day-to-day – such as coffee makers, washing machines, phones, WiFi routers, shavers, TVs, etc. – but you wouldn’t know it from hearing the demo. These sounds have been twisted and experimented with to bring out static rhythms, buzzes, and sweeps that are perfect for your harsh transmissions or ghostly ambiences. Check out the demo and hear for yourself!
"Sub Sonic Bass – Mini Library"is a library focused on those cinematic bass drops you often hear in action and sci-fi trailers and films. This library has 30 bass drops that last from three to seven seconds and reach those ultra-low frequencies that shake your audience to the core. The files are delivered at a 96kHz sample rate, so you’ll have the freedom to sync them how you need for maximum impact. For dramatic effects for your trailer, game or song, listen to the demo and feel these heavy drops yourself.
With over 60 sounds, you will find podracers of all shapes and technologies with massive flanging vehicles, quick stuttering pods, booming plasmic rumbles and much more.\rWhether you have an intergalactic competition or a more contentious extraterrestrial war, you will find your futuristic vehicle passbys here.
"Space Racer 2 – Turbines & Engines" by Fox Audio Post-Production isthe second installation based on their popular podracing library theme. In this collection, you'll hear the engines and turbines of podracers with their startups, idling, accelerations and decelerations. It really is the perfect companion for their first Space Racer library! If this is your world’s primary mode of transportation, then definitely give this library a listen.
If you are looking for sci-fi tones with more overt character, you’re in luck! Space Ambiences - Drones & Atmospheres has 25 ambiences and drones that are thick with moody details. These dark sounds give all sorts of vibes, from a weird sense of solace to foreboding dread to mystical anxiety. Plus, each atmosphere is seamlessly loopable for quick implementation. If you want your soundscapes to feel like they're abstractly cautioning your audience, give this one a listen.