Category: Sound Effects

Pro Sound Effects In Action – Mike’s Hard Lemonade (Grey Advertising)

July, 3 2012 by Administrator in Events and Parties, Interactive Media, Sound Design, Sound Effects, Sound Effects Licensing, Uncategorized

Here’s wishing a happy 4th of July, and a chance to put some Pro Sound Effects into action!

Pro Sound Effects Exhibiting at Campus Technology Education Technology Conference

July, 2 2012 by Administrator in Events and Parties, Sound Effects, Trade Shows

We’re excited to be a part of the upcoming Campus Technology Conference hitting Boston this month, July 16-19th. This will be the 19th year for the CT conference, which paves the way in broadcasting the bleeding edge of digital trends for campus tech professionals year in and year out. More than 50 …

The Pro Sound Effects Store vs. The Online Library: What’s Best For You?

June, 26 2012 by Administrator in How-To, Interactive Media, Lists, Sound Effects, Sound Librarian

This post provides an overview of the two options for searching and harnessing the PSE Master Library: the PSE Store, where catalogs and collections can be purchased, and our Online Library, offering individual downloads.   Have you created an account on the Pro Sound Effects homepage, only to be asked to …

Featured Sound Effects Library: Soundrangers, by Develop

June, 14 2012 by Administrator in Interactive Media, Interviews, Library Reviews, Sound Design, Sound Effects, Uncategorized

Develop recently ran a feature on Soundrangers outlining what makes the library great for feature films, but great for video game developers. Check out the piece, which features Soundrangers co-founder and sound designer Barry Dowsett.

Strange Places to Plant and Hide Lav Microphones

June, 12 2012 by Laura Sinnott in Sound Effects, Sound Recording

In my years of recording sound effects and dialogue for film and commercial production I have hidden microphpones, mostly lav microphones, in all kinds of places (as I’m sure most sound recordists have). I’ve planted microphones in a tree branch in a West Virginia field, a toilet bowl to record …

Space Sound Design With Full Circle Werks’ Chris Wiseman Interview

May, 18 2012 by Administrator in Interviews, Sound Design, Sound Effects

It was a breezy Thursday morning last month when New Yorkers and Jerseyans clambered to their office windows as the nation tuned in to catch space shuttle Enterprise make its final flight over Manhattan. The following day, in far away Germany, Chris Wiseman uploaded this short: a NASA video simulation …

Pro Sound Effects Library Interview: The Top Finalists from the AudioDraft Audio Logo Contest

April, 26 2012 by Administrator in BBC Sound Effects Library, Contests, Interviews, Sound Design, Sound Effects

The top three finishers from PSE’s recent audio logo contest, sponsored by AudioDraft,reflect on their experiences crafting PSE’s new sound logo by taking us inside the process.

New Video Tutorial of Pro Sound Effects Online Library

April, 20 2012 by PSE in Interviews, Sound Effects

In case you weren’t already aware, Pro Sound Effects Online  library has over 115,000 of its sound effects  for you to peruse and demo. If you’d like a brief overview to see how it works, be sure to check out our new how-to video—and get cracking! online library here

Glyph Announces New Sound Effects Hard Drive

April, 13 2012 by PSE in Sound Effects

Our friends at Glyph recently announced the sleek new GPT50, a redesign of their GT050Q sound effects hard drive. The differences you ask? The GPT50 is smaller, with more environmentally-friendly packaging and a top-notch internal power supply that’ll save some outlet space. There’s even an intelligent power switch to protect …

5 Keys for Using Sound Effects to Improve Sound Design – Part 3

January, 3 2012 by Jeremy Siegel in Sound Design, Sound Effects

By David Sonnenschein, author Sound Design: The Expressive Power of Music, Voice and Sound Effects in Cinema. Key 3:  Description of the environment gives clues for the sounds Information about the environment first appears in the scene headings, which are as succinct as possible to help the production manager do …