Inject intensity with the explosive whooshes, staticky drones, and robotic blips of Interference – a complete electronic sound design toolkit. Add personality to your sci-fi, fantasy, and horror projects with unmatched gritty and dark sound effects of robotic radio static, scans, morphs, risers and more.
The Interference library was recorded and produced by Jason Strawley and Andrew Garraway using the SOMA Laboratory Ether recorder and an array of synthesizers ranging from modern, modular synths, to vintage hardware from Moog and Dave Smith Instruments. Created by hand with electromagnetic field recordings and advanced synthesis, this library covers a wide tonal spectrum ranging from surgically precise to warm and analog. With raw recordings captured at 192kHz, this library allows for endless pitching and processing to add distortion, grit, and character to your projects. Designed braams, womps, flutters, and radiation make these sounds ready to add right to your trailers, video games, films, and more.
“This library was a work of obsession, and we brought our same level of pristine recording standards that we use for our organic recordings into the electronic world. While other electronic libraries lean into digital ‘in the box’ sounds, we committed to using EM recordings from the real world with their own life and character, and also used hardware that required plenty of live performance of sounds to set this apart from other ‘bleep and bloop’ libraries.” — Jason Strawley
Each sound file is embedded with rich metadata to help you find the exact sound effect you need with fast, pinpoint search. Advanced metadata fields ensure compatibility across any database search platform such as Search by PSE, Soundminer, BaseHead, Netmix, Workspace (Pro Tools), Find Tool (Media Composer), Media Bay (Nuendo), Reaper, Adobe Premiere, and beyond.