This is an extensive collection of sounds from the hardware interfaces of real physical devices. Buttons, knobs, and switches of bicycles, ovens, cameras, audio amplifiers, flashlights, and many more.
Perfect for any kind of project that includes handling equipment, a lot of switching boards, or realistic graphical user interfaces. Classic examples are adventure games, vehicle simulators, sci-fi movies, or training simulations, including virtual hardware device handling.
Due to the nature of this library, you can combine the various micro-sounds of this library into more complicated and custom interface elements or sounds of hardware objects moving and operating.
And why restrict your creativity to those kinds of sounds only? With so many perfectly isolated hardware interface sounds, you can create unique sound effects for contemporary weapons or their auxiliary equipment, strange contraptions, intricate machines, robots, and more.
Finally, as hardware user interface elements generally feature an abrupt sound and have very percussive and natural musical qualities, this collection can be the perfect way for music producers to create their signature sound in their favorite sampler, looper, or drum machine.