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Mar 19, 2010 | 3:13 PM EDT
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Here's a quick demo of some of the samples in my free Sentient Machines sound effect pack. You can download it at


Let me know if you use 'em anywhere :D

EDIT: Here's how I made it.
The original sound source is a pair of nail clippers and an Allen wrench, actually. I recorded them getting hit together and such, then I did some speed/granulation effects and ran it through a special vocoder patch.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very good....

All you need now is an annoying electronic laugh.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

You are awesome..

I love your samples, I still got a track in the works using both your printer and cardboard samples.

Rig responds:

Awesome, let me know when it's done :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars


you could do somthing with that its like it saying add more to me.......cant you here it

Rig responds:

Yep, there's tons of potential in these sounds.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Thanks for the link! I was looking for some good robot voices/sounds and just got some shotty movement sound, this is gonna help me so much with my song! (If I'm able to submit it!)

Nice Job!

Rig responds:

No problem, best of luck to you!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Hey man, very glad you put this up here for us to use! I'm using this in my Robot Day project currently, although only as a background effect. It's a good general-purpose thing, adding just the right amount of sound in specific areas. Just as a side note, I doubled up the vocoding and the granulizing with it...strange, how great minds think alike, eh? ;)


Rig responds:

Haha, nice. Good luck!