High Tech Interface Sounds – my new SFX library

I released a new SFX library dedicated to futuristic user interfaces. It features 280 sound effects in categories like Beeps, Buttons, Clicks, Data Processing, Micro High Tech and more. 650mb, 24bit / 96 kHz, universally compatible BWF metadata.

Demo: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PuSaY5s_H-0

If you are interested, you are welcome to purchase it on A Sound Effect: http://www.asoundeffect.com/sound-library/high-tech-interface-sounds/

3 Responses to “High Tech Interface Sounds – my new SFX library”

  1. Mackenzie Neumann

    Wow! Very impressive sounds here. I love futuristic sounds and these are no exception. Now, how did you put these sounds together? What software do you use?

  2. Sergey Eybog

    Hello Mackenzie. Thank you for the feedback. 🙂
    I created every sound in this video using Steinberg Cubase and various techniques: am/fm modulation, filtering, layering, glitch. Most of the work was done using WAVES plugins and some freeware stuff from my collection. I used white noise and simple waves as a base material to manipulate..

    • Mackenzie Neumann

      Very nice! Cubase is a powerful tool. I’m currently using Logic Pro X, but I’m investing time in learning Digital Performer 9. Very interesting DAW.

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