little-scale releases Circuit Bent Duck free sample pack

Sebastian Tomczak of little-scale has released Circuit Bent Duck, a free collection of samples featuring sounds of a circuit bent toy.

Fifty tasty samples of a circuit bent duck, recorded directly from a modified children’s toy. Royalty free, copyright free, license free, restriction free.

The pack is a free download at little-scale.

More information: Circuit Bent Duck

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