Best SFX for hi tech futuristic environments?

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Hey everyone,

In movies like Mission Impossible, and Die Hard 4.0 there are a TON of nice little technological beeps, whirs, servo's, and synthesised sounds that really make the whole thing sound very tech advanced.

What do you think is the best library for replicating these kind of beeps and tones?

I know there is the Hollywood Edge Hi-Tech SFX library - but being released in 2000. . .it's REALLY showing it's age and is quite poor by todays standards.

I'm looking everything from computer beeps. . .to key card swiping. . .to door air locks . . and ascending / descending computer noises and servos, but am having trouble finding a decent library!

Any particular favourites?

Aaron Darrell O'Neill

Posted 2013-04-18T12:16:51.813

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Found this and it's exactly what I was looking for!

http://boomlibrary.com/boomlibrary/products/sci-fi

Hopefully this helps someone! :)

Aaron Darrell O'Neill

Posted 2013-04-18T12:16:51.813

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This is something I purchased recently and find very useful for sci-fi stuff:

http://www.therecordist.com/motorz-elektrix-hd-pro-sfx

Cat

Posted 2013-04-18T12:16:51.813

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you can also have a look at "Computer Noises"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qCShxV7HghA

Stephan Marche

Posted 2013-04-18T12:16:51.813

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I have just made a post to see if any sound desingers wanted to get involved on a grad film im making, Specifically to design sci-fi sound effects.

After a lock at the sci-fic construction kit I think i may be ok all by myself.

Thankyou!

Gaz

Posted 2013-04-18T12:16:51.813

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"I have just made a post to see if any sound desingers wanted to get involved..." -> "After a look at the sci-fi construction kit I think i may be ok all by myself." = Priceless. – Internet Human – 2013-04-24T20:26:38.933

haha! yeah who needs sound designers eh? ;) – Andy Lewis – 2013-04-25T07:26:03.493