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Crate Diggers specializes in royalty-free vintage and historical sample libraries. From their ground breaking pre-vinyl, pre-tape, wax cylinder series to historical wire recordings and beyond. At the core of it all, is a drive to bring forth long forgotten sounds and transform them into new media materials for musicians, composers & sound designers. Crate Diggers provides some of the most unique & eclectic sample libraries available.
The ceaseless Crate Diggers dust off more forgotten radio reels to uncover 500+ words, statements, questions and phrases infused with vintage vitality and yesteryear crackle in this royalty-free spoken word goldmine.
Bursting with authentic vocal foley from the original bygone era of radio broadcast, this varied third volume spans science fiction to radio noir, musical references to talk radio, sinister doctors to menial tasks - and everything in between.
This genre-defying collection will find favour amongst hip hop, house and downtempo producers seeking authentic, emotive and quirky vocal inspiration.
Totalling 512 samples, the collection is sub-divided into 12 folders of Descriptions, Exclamations, Female Words, Male Words, Musical References, Questions, Radio Noir, Radio Talk, Science Fiction, Sinster Doctor, Statements and Tasks.
The main demo showcases a small selection of clips from all folders. Other demos showcase a selection of clips from specific folders.
PLEASE NOTE: The audio demos contain music and drum loops that are NOT contained in the pack. This pack contains vocal samples only.
Bennett Robot Works
These robot sculpures, created by Gordon Bennett, are made from a mixture of found objects which are both old and new. The parts are found in various places including garbage dumps, basements, construction sites, and garage sales.
They are insprired by Norman Bel Geddes and Raymond Loewy whose visions of the "Modern Age" helped shape industrial design of the 40's and 50's.
The materials are wood, metal, bakelite, glass, plastic, rubber, and paint. Each robot is a unique, one-of-a-kind scupture and receives it's own numbered metal tag as proof it's an authentic Bennett Robot works robot.
Each robot takes about a month to build. They range in heidght from 14" to 25". There are no moving or battery operated parts.
They are not meant to be a toy.
New robots are always in the works so pleave visit us again.