Not Just Colossal.
The Best Robot Sounds Ever...
If you are looking for the world's best collection of modern Robot sounds, then look no further. It’s been 5 years since the release of our classic Robotic Lifeforms 1 library, and we just wanted to create a perfect addition and follow up to round out everything that is "Robot". As obsessed sci-fi fans ourselves, this library was a pure labor of love to create. Robotic Lifeforms 2 is no joke at over 4,100 files and 12.5GB. We used some of the most advanced microphones, Kyma, sound design techniques, and synthesizers, to bring you what we think is the most advanced and modern Robot library ever created. Not only do you get over 2,700 designed sounds, but you also get over 1,300 source audio files recorded in 192 kHz 24Bit with the Sanken CO-100K mic. The high frequency capabilities of the Sanken allow you to take otherwise normal source recordings and pitch the sounds to infinity to create some stellar amazing new sounds of your own. In our opinion, this is THE robot library to have in your tool box. Take Robotic Lifeforms 2 for a ride, and you will be happy to own the most advanced robot library ever made.
What The Pros Say:
"SoundMorph's sound effects libraries have quickly become an invaluable resource for me. They maintain a high level of quality, and more importantly, creativity. I am always pumped to see an email from SoundMorph announcing a new release, because you know it's something that will be awesome. Robotic LIfeforms 2 is simply incredible."
- Lee Gilmore / Sound Designer (Amazing Spiderman 2, Hunger Games, Fury)
4,100 + sounds
24bit / 96kHz .wav
Meticulous Soundminer & Basehead Metadata
- 2,700+ designed sound effects
- 1,300+ source audio files recorded in 192 kHz 24Bit with a Sanken CO-100K mic.
- Transforms, Mechanisms, Movements
- Air Hydrolics
- Attack Defense
- Air Pneumatics
- Bonus Recordings
Robotic Lifeforms 2 was created by SoundMorph in collaboration with Thibault Csukonyi and Boris Haladjian. Additional sound design also by Jeff Dodson of (Rainfall Films) and Matthieu Debliqui (aka Subjex).