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Glitchmachines: Teratoma

A free pack of 200 dark sci-fi sound effects designed by Ivo Ivanov.

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3 November 2023

Glitchmachines was established in 2005 by sound designer Ivo Ivanov. During the early stages of the company, it focused on building handcrafted circuit-bent hardware instruments. It sold a limited number of units through boutique synth shops in California and custom made instruments for numerous artists and sound designers. In 2010 the focus shifted to creative audio plugins and sound effects. Glitchmachines’ vision is to defy creative and technical trends by providing forward-thinking sound effects and creative audio software in order to continue to innovate.

Teratoma features an exclusive collection of composite sound effects with a dark, sinister aesthetic. You will find a unique hybrid of dark sci-fi and psychological horror, featuring technical drones, abstract transitions, otherworldly soundscapes and morphing textures with a foreboding twist. This free download features exclusive releases developed with the same uncompromising production values as our paid products.

These critically acclaimed free plugins and packs have been featured on countless ‘best-of’ lists and are favourites among electronic musicians and sound designers. While Glitchmachines’ sound effects are carefully designed to work with your favourite samplers and DAWs, they pair up particularly well with the company’s own brand of audio contortion devices such as Palindrome, Polygon, Cataract, and Tactic.

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