Next Level Library
We curate a full sonic spectrum of sound effects libraries from our exclusive, complementary and continuously updated catalogs. These 8 catalogs combine to form the 120,000 + sound effects that make up our almighty mothership, the Pro Sound Effects Master Library – available on harddrive or in cyberspace.
Our royalty-free libraries range from historical to contemporary to futuristic, stereo to surround sound, and are constantly evolving with the richest metadata standards, delivery formats and resolutions required to create next level media productions.
As sound effects licensing specialists, we provide simple, flexible licensing solutions that span from the individual user working on a single project to enterprises with 1000’s scattered across the galaxy. We also license for custom applications and OEM bundling. Our solutions are industry - specific and custom tailored to your access requirements – be they via your local servers or through our web - based options.
We are the licensed copyright administrators for all of our catalogs – this enables us to guarantee that your specific usage is always simple, safe and legal.
We have pioneered a suite of Custom Services designed to help kick your production workflow into hypergear. PSE Custom Services include Sound Concierge™, Updates, Custom Library Creation, Search & Metadata, Production Consultation and Audio Branding. We also pride ourselves on Customer Service and human speech – call , chat or email us – we are quick!
Pro Sound Effects (PSE) was founded in 2004 by Douglas Price and was a featured chapter in best-selling business book, "The Four Hour Work Week." For the record, we no longer work 4 Hours Per Week – more is required to take it to the Next Level. The PSE Team is led by Douglas, Laura Sinnott (Library & Communications Specialist) and Jeremy Siegel (Library & Licensing Specialist). We are headquartered in downtown New York City (click for our office address and contact info).
For up-to-date industry happenings, sound design adventures, what we are working on and things we find interesting and useful, check out the PSE Blog.
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