Refresh your creative fuel with our latest exclusive specialty libraries.
Take a look inside the journey that inspired us to create Search – our new sound effects library workflow software.
How we're doing our part to give back to our most valuable sonic resource.
Available now – exclusive sound library curated from the life's work of two Academy Award®-winners encompassing over 36 years of feature film sound. We are proud to announce The Odyssey Collection: Essentials - the first exclusive sound effects library from our partnership with award-winning sound editors Mark Mangini & Richard L. Anderson.
The Pro Sound Effects Editing Team is always hard at work. Our big project for 2017 is developing the world-class sound libraries born from our exclusive partnership with Mark Mangini and Richard L. Anderson.
We know how hard you work to deliver great sound for your clients, and we want to help you get a leg up on the competition. Introducing the Pro Sound Effects Upgrade Your Sound Design Rig Giveaway!
Recordist of the Submerged library shares tips and tricks for capturing underwater sound effects with a hydrophone. A hydrophone is a microphone designed to be used underwater. When recordist Colin Hart first learned about hydrophone recording, he was eager to explore a new world of sound. But he also found that hydrophones and working with water presented a new set of challenges.
This year the Hybrid Library saw a significant update, and we are excited to share more about the latest features of the “The Sound Designer’s Secret Weapon.”
Know any freelance media creators? Tell them about the Pro Sound Effects Freelancer Program! - If they apply before December 31, 2016 and provide your email address or Twitter handle in the Partner Priority Code field, we'll send you a code for a 10 free downloads ($50 value) from our Online Library!
Tokyo Ambisonics lets users control perspective of pristine urban atmospheres in real-time with "virtual mic" software. Download the free sampler to try it out! We spoke with Tokyo Ambisonics recordist, Masato Ushijima, about the recording process, his audio background, thoughts on the Ambisonics format & more.