WHAT WE RECORDED
The recording part for NEON was very challenging. A big part was obviously to get stuck into all kinds of synthesis and create source material for our sound creation later on. We used both hardware and software synths and spent a lot of time on our ever-growing modular synth to create cutting edge sounds. We also spent a lot of time recording organic material like metal scrapes, drum impacts, make-shift instruments etc. to be able to put that through a synthesis and processing chain again. In that way we struck a very good balance between organic and synthetic material.
WHAT’S SO SPECIAL ABOUT THIS LIBRARY?
NEON stands out for us as it lies somewhere between the standard Construction Kit and Designed approach. It certainly has construction kit character, on the one hand it can be used to sweeten up your sounds and to provide additional and different character to existing sound creations, with enough dynamics left to process it to individual requirements. On the other hand NEON sounds hold-up incredibly well on their own, adding unique energy and sci-fi character to your visuals right out the box.
BOOM Library sound FX come as WAV files, meaning you can import and work with them in any software that can handle this file type. Here are the most common audio and video editing software tools that work perfectly with our sound FX
Logic Pro, Cubase, Nuendo, Ableton Live, Pro Tools, Reaper
VIDEO EDITING SOFTWARE
Premiere, Final Cut Pro X, After Effects, Vegas Pro, Media Composer
RICH METADATA EMBEDDED
To provide you with the fastest and easiest workflow possible, all files contain extensive metadata like file description & keywords to quickly find the sounds you’re looking for. Metadata can be read and processed by audio management tools. Some digital audio workstations feature an included search tool that can also read embedded metadata. Here are the most common audio management tools: Soundminer & Basehead