Pro Sound Effects Blog

Sonic Storytelling for the Modern Creative Team

July 23, 2021 by Jeremy Siegel in Interviews, Sound Effects Licensing
HDMG’s Ben O’Brien on serving the story and creating an immersive viewing experience with sound.

Work Life Balance: How to Maintain Sanity in a Tight Deadline Industry

July 14, 2021 by Robert Ohlandt in How-To, Career
How post professionals can cultivate a healthy work/life balance as remote work remains the standard.

Game Audio Integration Workflow with FMOD & Unity

July 07, 2021 by John Pata in Game Audio, How-To
Get an inside look at a workflow for creating new FMOD events & implementing them into Unity.

One-Punch Man Sound Re-Design: Anime Sound Effects Library Demo

July 01, 2021 by Jamie Bishop in Sound Design, How-To
Using the Anime library to recreate the sound of a high-energy fight scene.

Anime Sound Effects: Recreating Recognizable Sounds of an Iconic Genre

June 22, 2021 by Jamie Bishop in Product Releases, Sound Recording
Uncover the sonic secrets used to create the iconic sounds of Anime.

Desert Island Sound Design Tools

June 03, 2021 by Jamie Bishop in Interviews, Sound Design
If you had had to limit yourself to just 3 tools on your next project, what would they be?

Creating the Sound of The Killing of Two Lovers - with Peter Albrechtsen

May 18, 2021 by Andreas Russo in Interviews, Film Sound
Learn why rhythm and musicality in sound design matter more than technique and a few simple tips to reach out to fellow filmmakers. 

Horror Sound Design Tutorial with Matt Yocum

May 11, 2021 by Matt Yocum in Sound Design, Film Sound, How-To
Exploring the elements necessary to create compelling & effective horror soundtracks.

How to Capture Meaningful and Efficient Field Recordings

May 03, 2021 by Melissa Pons in Sound Recording, How-To
Perception, planning, and expectations – your guide for purposeful field recordings.

King Collection: Aircraft Library Tour with Travis Fodor

April 26, 2021 by Julia Skubisz in Product Reviews, King Collection
A first look (and listen) into the masterful recordings of 46 aircraft from award-winning sound artist Richard King.