Studio Wormbone Droid Artworx WAV REX AIFF
WAV REX AIFF | 652MB
Welcome to 'Droid Artworx' from Studio Wormbone. This amalgamation of sounds is a whole new breed of technological wizardry dreamed up for the purpose of breathing new (artificially intelligent) life into your forthcoming music.
Droid Artworx takes you to the place where science fiction meets abstract expressionism, where sentient computers release their creative passions. Imagine Star Trek’s Data conducting an orchestra of battle droids, or Mechagodzilla crafting a sculptural self portrait. Needless to say, this collection is a prototype of postmodernism to the Nth degree. It’s an overload of cutting edge impressionism with servo-driven mechanization. It’s as sexy as cyberpunk. And it can add sweet animatronic fascination to your next musical production.
The sounds are categorized into algorithmic drum loops, supercomputer synth loops, surreal synth FX, and android vox FX in a variety of tempos and keys. This sound pack is ideal for any genre of techno/electro or film/TV/game soundtracks in need of startlingly fresh layers of musicality.
Formats provided are WAV/AIF/REX2 in 24Bit/44.1khz resolution, and are of course Royalty-Free. Every sample has been professionally recorded, edited, and mastered with the utmost care, is usable with every major audio software program (Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase, Sonar, FL Studio, Acid, Garageband, Ableton Live) and is compatible cross platform with either Mac or PC.
All of these sounds maintain the glossy polish of Studio Wormbone’s hyperproduction tools and techniques. All of them are fabricated with deeply calculated precision to make your next production inventive, far sighted, and mind-blisteringly ingenious.
About Studio Wormbone:
Studio Wormbone is a compact and efficient state-of-the-art recording and production facility located in a quite forrest setting just outside the Emerald City of Seattle.
Owned and managed by sound designer/producer Trevor Dutton, Studio WB specializes in all aspects of electronic music and cutting edge audio production.
Suppose the robot from Terminator harbored a secret affinity for jamming on a high tech drum kit . . . . or imagine what it would sound like if C3PO and R2D2 were art students at the local college and created an audio installation for their senior thesis . . .