Pro Sound Effects Blog

Sound Editing in Sync Tutorial

April 12, 2021 by Matt Yocum in Sound Design, How-To
Learn tips for editing sound effects, dialogue, Foley, music and more to ensure your audio post projects are always delivered in sync with the image.

Congratulations to 2021 Sound Award Nominees

April 06, 2021 by PSE in Awards
Check out the Pro Sound Effects library partners and users recognized this award season for their outstanding sound work.

A Sonic Roadtrip Through the Pacific Northwest

March 29, 2021 by Julia Skubisz in Interviews, Product Releases
Learn how recordist Jason Strawley and videographer Andrew Garraway traversed through the Pacific Northwest to capture authentic and immersive sounds of the region.

Behind the Recording of Odyssey Creatures with Mark Mangini

March 24, 2021 by Julia Skubisz in Interviews, The Odyssey Collection
Discover how award-winning sound artists Mark Mangini & Richard L. Anderson captured the most comprehensive animal sound library available.

Why We Created SoundQ

March 23, 2021 by Douglas Price in Product Releases, Pro Sound Effects, SoundQ
The story of our evolution and a look towards the future.

How PSE Audio Data Helps Reduce Background Noise in Cisco Webex

March 18, 2021 by Jeremy Siegel in Machine Learning, Audio Research
“Um, could you please mute your microphone?”

Top 4 Tips for Organizing Your Sound Effects Library

March 11, 2021 by David Forshee in Sound Effects, How-To
Learn how to structure your sound library for speed and efficiency, so you can stay focused and in the creative zone.

Introducing SoundQ - the smarter way to work with sound

March 10, 2021 by Andrew Emge in Product Releases, SoundQ
SoundQ sound library software is designed to supercharge your sonic workflow.

What SoundQ Means for Search Owners

March 10, 2021 by David Forshee in Product Releases, Search, SoundQ
A Personal Note to Search Software Customers

How to Use Reverb in Your Sound Design

March 03, 2021 by Matt Yocum in Sound Design, How-To
Understand the different types of reverb and how to best utilize each in order to enrich the sound design and mix of your film sound projects.