Tag: sound

PSE Sponsors the International Music + Sound Awards 2013 (Update)

April 17, 2013 by David Forshee in Contests, Events and Parties, Sound Design

UPDATE 4/17/13: The international entry deadline for the Music + Sound Awards has been extended to April 19th, 2013.  Take advantage of this opportunity to showcase your work in music and sound design! Pro Sound Effects is proud to sponsor a fantastic new awards program for music and sound. The …

Indian Elephant Call for Trumpeting Your Arrival

October 30, 2012 by PSE in Sound Of The Day

Indian elephants are distinguished by their small ears (vs. the larger ones of the African elephant). Behind them are very soft spots, often called the knuckle, which trainers and riders steer with their feet. Some will live upwards of 70 years; all are protected by the Endangered Species Act due …

Macaw Flight Call to Mark Your Territory

October 25, 2012 by PSE in Sound Of The Day

Macaws are an endangered species, and one of the most colorful members of the parrot family. Their loud calls help them communicate within a flock, stake out territory and identify one another. That’s why they squawk with such force: they need to be loud enough to cut through rain forest …

Arctic Fox Pup Shriek Will Give You Chills

October 23, 2012 by PSE in Sound Of The Day

Arctic fox pups are referred to as kits, whelps or cubs. Their round, compact bodies minimize the surface area exposed to the cold, which conserves heat. But at first they remain with their mothers in the safety of a den, which the father protects and provides with food. Did you …

Marine Iguana Sneeze Sound to Ward Off Germaphobes

October 18, 2012 by PSE in Sound Of The Day

Marine iguanas normally eat underwater, from algae beds. A curious result of which is sneezing, since, after returning to land, they must excrete the saltwater they’ve swallowed. These endangered creatures are the only seafaring lizards that exist, and can hold their breath under water for up to 45 minutes—that’s nothing …

Bengal Tiger Roar Sound for Anyone Looking to Earn Their Stripes

October 16, 2012 by PSE in Sound Of The Day

Bengal tigers are the national animal of both Bangladesh and India. Their roar is among the mightiest of any big cat: it can be heard from a range of two miles. Bengals are the most common tiger and number about half of all wild tigers, though that’s not too many, …