Free Sound for April: Matter Transporter
Our Free Sound for April is a Matter Transporter that sounds like it came from one of those spaceships we saw on TV in the 1950s and 60s. If you’re playing a retro sci-fi game, this might be the thing for you!
The Matter Transporter. A quick flash of energy into which a person vanishes, to (hopefully) appear elsewhere in a fraction of a second. Invented in the mid-twentieth century on Earth to avoid having to film costly spaceship landing sequences, it quickly became a staple of televised science fiction from Star Trek to Doctor Who. This month’s Free Sound is not a precise recreation of either the Enterprise’s transporter or the Trans-Mat of Doctor Who fame, but rather calls to mind the early electronic sound techniques of the 1950s and 60s. If your game has a whimsical element to it, or if it’s set in a “Forbidden Planet”-type future, this sound will definitely come in handy!
This sound can also be used for:
super-agile battle robots that can move faster than the eye can see
magic spells cast by cartoon wizards
Posted on April 1, 2014, in Free Sound Club, RPG Sound, Sound Effects for RPGs and tagged Free sound, gaming, geek, RPGs, sci fi, Science Fiction, sound effects. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.