Team PSE was in full effect in Sin City last week - here’s a quick recap of our exploits:
Thanks to all that participated in the first ever (to our knowledge) Hybrid Animal Sound Design Competition! There were nearly 190 incredible entries from many very talented sound designers. We were beyond impressed with the creativity and enthusiasm on display in the competition.
To announce and celebrate the official winner of the Hybrid Animal Sound Design Competition, Pro Sound Effects is hosting an invite-only Pool Party @ 8pm during the NAB show. The party will be held at the complex we rented for Team PSE for the duration of the show and will only be shared via invitation.
Ever wonder what a snalrus sounds like? (That’s a snail and a walrus…) What about a Deagle? (Dog and Eagle) Well now is your chance to find out! Name and sound design your own hybrid animal, then submit it to the Hybrid Animal Sound Design Competition. Over $6,000 in prizes from Pro Sound Effects, Avid, iZotope, Rode, and Ric Viers will go to the entries that earn the most votes!
Team PSE is gearing up for the NAB Show in Las Vegas, April 5-10. Come see us at booth SL7616!
Krump the Pro Sound Effects Clown re-teaches you and your kids the Alphabet using rare animal sounds from the Rare Animals Sound Effects library!
While we have wrapped up the recent promotional period, we are pleased to announce that the Hybrid Library and Expansion 1 will continue to be available to qualified freelance sound designers on an ongoing basis, by APPLICATION ONLY.
PSE is proud to sponsor the Sonic Arts Award, and to offer our Library Card as prizes for the winners.
Since the curation of the sounds in Expansion 1 was based on surveys of Hybrid Library owners, we are very happy to get positive feedback from the Hybrid Library community!
PSE Founder Douglas Price will be joining a panel discussion hosted by DesigningSound.org's Shaun Farley to discuss sound effects and freelancing in the games industry. Be sure to tune in to Designing Sound's Google+ page for the live feed. The discussion is taking place on Saturday, February 1st at 4PM EST. Don't miss it!