2013 SFX TEASER ;-)
Again, our Creative Director Axel Rohrbach gives you an interesting glimpse behind the scenes. This time it's all about the challenging production of our IMPULSE RESPONSE - OUTDOOR library. Enjoy
Check out our brand-new MICRO BOOM library IMPULSE RESPONSES - OUTDOOR. Get realistic outdoor reverbs - fast and easy - with 68 great outdoor impulse responses
Charles Maynes / Sound Designer
Jackie Brown, Starship Troopers, Total Recall, Battleship, Gettysburg, U-571, Fast & Furious, Predators, The A-Team, The Pacific, Planet Terror, Grindhouse, Letters from Iwo Jima, Flags of our Fathers, Fantastic Four, etc...
Remember our recent blog video? Now some more info about this sound designer :-) David was born in Upper Austria in 1987. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Media Technology and –Design at the University of Applied Sciences Hagenberg. Always having been passionate about video games and music, he developed his enthusiasm for sound design in Hagenberg, where he focused on game audio for most of his projects. Read on to get more information about his current home setup.
Our SFX library HISTORICAL FIREARMS has a great and extensive review on www.gameaudiopodcast.com. Check out http://www.gameaudiopodcast.com/?p=542 and skip to minute 44:00 to learn more about the benefit of owning our HISTORICAL FIREARMS bundle compared to not owning our HISTORICAL FIREARMS.
It's finally there. Our “CLOSE COMBAT“ SFX library is definitely the place to go when you‘re in need of flying fists and roundhouse kicks. Some say that probably no one can beat the quality of this library - well, except Chuck Norris, of course...
WHaT dO yOu sEE?
Since last year, BOOM Creative Director Axel Rohrbach is profoundly tinkering on his nice little Impulse Responses project. Find out how it sounds and listen to the audio samples.
BOOM Creative Director Axel Rohrbach and the involved sound designers Tristan Horton, David Philipp and David Osternacher give you a little bit of insight on the recordings of our latest release TRAINS. Learn more about our trip to the abandoned train stations and how this extensive library came to life. Enjoy!