Take a look at this amazing trailer of WORLD OF TANKS and pick up your ears. You'll hear a lot of CINEMATIC TRAILERS and CINEMATIC METAL sound effects that were used to give this trailer a cinematic boost. World of Tanks is a free team-based massively multiplayer online game dedicated to armored warfare in the mid-20th century. Thanks to Gavin Little of EchoLab.
Our "Creatures" sound effects library is the 1st price to win at the latest "DESIGNING SOUND - Sound Design Challenge" by Shaun Farley.
The challenge this time is to create a set of vocalizations for a creature featured in a 3D video, without using any animal (this includes human) sounds.
Click here to read, participate and WIN the "Creatures" SFX.
Joseph Fraioli, the award winning Sound Designer who did the sound design for the awesome "Google Chrome Speed Tests" clip is also responsible for the latest CASTROL commercial. Guess which sound effects library he used for the heavy machine impacts. Yep, the CINEMATIC METAL collection. Enjoy.
Our Creative Director and co-founder Axel Rohrbach is "July's Featured Sound Designer" on the famous blog Designingsound.org. This month, you can find some interesting articles, interviews and funny stories about Axel's life, his work and his goals with the BOOM Library. Congrats Axel!
Click here to read.
In 2009, Pinnacle College’s launched an innovative Sound Design and Music Production program with an emphasis in Video Game Audio.
With the goal of helping students build successful careers, Pinnacle College designed its new program from the ground up, with an innovative educational model that teaches and directs students to navigate the ever-changing world of Music Production, Music Composition, Sound Design, Recording and Mixing, and the various aspects of music and sound technologies.
Thank you for your support. You've unlocked the exclusive FREE SOUNDS. They're HUGE. They're EPIC. They ROCK. And they are just a small example of what is waiting for you in our sound effect libraries. You can find the download link behind the break.
Check out the latest review of our still terrifying "Creatures" library by Timothy Muirhead of AzimuthAudio. Click here and enjoy.