A look at how emotional states (must) affect your sound design choices:Read More
I’m happy to report that I’ve just been high-fived by a monkey. This is of course a wonderful thing in itself, but it also turns out to be list manager Mailchimp’s way of confirming that a newsletter has been scheduled. So yes, the very first edition of the A Sound Effect newsletter will be arriving Read more
Want to know more about A Sound Effect, the thinking and ideas behind the site? Be sure to check out Gianpaolo D’Amico’s interview at the Italian sounDesign blog: As an individual library creator, it’s a challenge to get your work and site to be seen as an alternative to the established libraries if you’re only Read more
Just got word from Jason Cushing over at Soundmorph that they’re releasing a new library called Solar Sky on September 4th. It’s been made available for pre-order today, at a discounted rate. The Solar Sky library features a diverse set of state-of-the-art spaceship sounds – and for this release, the Soundmorph team collaborated with French Read more
This week, New Sound Lab released their very latest library: L.A. Freeways. The library features recordings from some of the largest and most-traveled highways in the US. Multiple perspectives were recorded, from close vehicle pass bys to distant traffic ambience captured from city parks, surrounding hillsides, tunnels and underpasses. Traffic types range from fast pass Read more
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Earlier this month, Mark Camperell from Empty Sea Audio told me that the team had released an all-new library: Robobiotics. A year in the making, Robobiotics features more than 3600 sounds and more than 3 hours of material combined. Sounds include Lasers, Robot Vox, Impacts, Servos, Ratcheting Metal, Ambiances, Transformations, Foley, Vehicle Bys and much Read more