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 offering, say, three to four specialized libraries.
Why? It has nothing to do with the quality of work – far from it, in fact. But buyers tend to gravitate towards places where they have a good certainty of finding what they need. And if you’re offering those three libraries, your site probably isn’t first on the list.
When you take a look at A Sound Effect, it becomes apparent just how rich and varied the selection of libraries from the indie sfx community really is. United, the indie sfx libraries suddenly become a vastly better proposition for sound users, as chances that they can find what they need are now much higher.
Read the full interview with A Sound Effect’s Asbjoern Andersen here.
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