24-bit WAV format
1.11 GB download size
1.53 GB size on disk
99Sounds proudly presents Antigen, a free collection of drones, noises, soundscapes, and sound effects crafted by Dronny Darko. Antigen takes us on a journey well beyond the humanity’s habitable zone. The sound palette is entirely foreign and invites your imagination to render its own patterns of situations that may be happening in these outlandish-sounding audio clips. The author only gives us a few hints within the titles. The rest is given to us to explore while diving deep into the unknown and unsettling sound design territories.
When we asked Dronny about the sound design techniques he used while working on Antigen, he told us that the library was created mostly using granular and spectral synthesis. Simple effects like resonators, reverb, EQ, and delay were also an important part of the creative process. The author describes himself as a “heavy minimalism lover,” who is “heavily influenced by music, photography, architecture, and everything that has proper taste and quality.”
You may know Dronny Darko as the author of the excellent audio demo for the recently released Drones sound library by Red Fog. As a matter of fact, these two releases share a lot in common, so chances are that you’ll enjoy exploring Antigen if you happened to like Red Fog’s excellent Drones.
To hear more of Dronny Darko’s work, visit his SoundCloud and Bandcamp pages, or purchase his music on iTunes. You can also follow him on Facebook and Twitter in case you’d like to stay up to date with his latest projects.
Antigen contains 50 audio files in total, sorted into three folders: Aerial, Capsules, and Fragment. All audio content is provided in high-quality 24-bit WAV format.
You can use the material provided in this sound pack for music production, game development, and other audio/video projects of commercial or non-commercial nature.
The included samples were crafted by Dronny Darko and are royalty-free for use in your music, video game development, videos and other creative projects, both free and commercial. You are not allowed to redistribute these samples (as in share or sell them on other websites), nor use them as the sound source in audio related software and/or sound libraries, free or commercial.