Download impressive mechanical battle robot sounds
Discover ‘Demolisher - Robot Sound Effects’ and download mechanical fighting robot sounds for games and movies. Created by Bluezone Corporation, this royalty free robot sound library delivers impressive fighting robot sounds. In addition to the sounds of moving arms and footsteps, you'll have access to the sounds of cannon fire, debris and explosions. This sci fi sound effects pack contains ready-to-use elements, indispensable for all your Steampunk, Cyberpunk, and Dieselpunk alternate worlds. You'll have all the sound effects you need, from punches, cannon fire and explosions, to rips, breaks and crushes.
This mechanical robot sound pack contains:
• Sounds of metal chains
• Sounds of metal impacts and textures
• Pneumatic sounds
• Sounds of robot arms in motion
• Sounds of robot steps
• Mechanism sounds
• Gunfire and cannon sounds
• Sounds of explosions
• Sounds of stones and dust
• Sounds of breaking glass
• Sounds of rubble
Get awesome mechanical robotic sound effects
'Demolisher - Robot Sound Effects' delivers sound effects to illustrate large mechanical robots made of raw steel. This sound library contains various metal sounds, such as clicks and rattles, but also metal textures to build mechanical sequences. You'll find mechanism and gear sounds to set all your mechanical minions in motion. You'll be able to articulate your automatons from the sounds of moving mechanical arms, and direct them with the footsteps sounds available in this sound pack. You can design extremely precise movements from the sounds of metal legs.
It just needs a bit of oil...
This collection delivers creaks, squeaks, and metallic scrapings to craft your Steampunk robots. You'll be able to illustrate worn out worker robots or seized up killer robots and make them squeak as they walk. You'll get retro bipedal robots that are surprisingly resistant to the wear and tear of time.
A multitude of creative possibilities in alternate worlds
These heavily Steampunk and Cyberpunk oriented sound effects bring to life a multitude of intimidating mechanical creatures. In addition to working on factory assembly lines, these industrial workers will be able to crush, flatten, grind, stomp, and squash anything in front of them. These iron monsters can patrol smoky, dirty Victorian cities. You can take these worker robots out of your factories and turn them into aggressive fighting machines that you'll later send to the front lines. You'll also be able to drop them into arenas filled with spectators and create spectacular street battles.
Create angry, rambunctious battle androids
'Demolisher - Robot Sound Effects' provides explosion and cannon fire sound effects. You can illustrate not only short and fast cannon firing sequences, but also long and explosive ones. You can also simulate anti-tank rocket fire and chemical grenade launches. Despite their vintage looks and archaic brains, these giant dogs can easily shoot down blimps and derail steam locomotives. You can equip your prototypes with lethal and extremely destructive weaponry. Any backward mechanical unit can be transformed into a terrifying warrior robot.
How was this sound library created ?
The sound effects contained in 'Demolisher - Robot Sound Effects' were made from old, dusty, obsolete machine gears. The gears allowed us to achieve some amazing squeaks. Other broken and dilapidated devices went into the design of this collection. We visited factories dating back to the industrial revolution, and recorded some impressive drop hammers. We also recorded scrap metal crumpling and rusted car door creaks in auto yards.
Highly flexible sounds made for mass production
Each sound effect is extremely flexible and offers tremendous potential for adaptation. The sound effects in 'Demolisher - Robot Sound Effects' have been recorded and assembled from high-resolution recordings. You can layer the sounds and combine them with other sounds in a simple and intuitive way, in order to create new mechanical entities or robotic objects. Even if they belong in a science and history museum, you can refurbish these old, defective robots, and send these crudely repaired antiques to work on the assembly line in all your productions.
• All sounds are royalty free, you get lifetime license after purchase.
• This sound library contains individual sounds in WAV format.
• The wind ambience was only added for the MP3 demo.