Samplephonics releases Nano Electronics sample library

Samplephonics Nano Electronics

Samplephonics has launched Nano Electronics, a superbly detailed sample library, containing 1.96 GB of forensic audio recordings from electronic circuitry, tiny motors, servos, fans and other electronics.

Step inside iPads, laptops, cameras, televisions and many other electronic products and hear sounds from another dimension entirely! Recorded using coil pickups and contact microphones, these beautiful, detailed and weirdly satisfying sounds can be used in a wide variety of music production and sound design applications.

Whether you are looking to add detail and depth to a music score, intricate rhythms and glitches to a beat, or hi tech sound design for a tv commercial, this sample pack contains a vast collection of pristine 24 Bit samples that are highly adaptable and intensly intriguing.

The sample pack costs £34.70 GBP.

More information: Samplephonics / Nano Electronics

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