Buying the TOONS Library: Yes? No? Maybe? The Audio Spotlight wrote a useful review about our latest library and simplifies your decision. We are pretty sure you do already know the answer :-)
EA allocates a number of Star-Wars Game jobs at their facilities in Montreal and San Francisco. If you are interested take a look at the different job advertisements:
Our BOOM sound “alien_tense” to find on our CREATURES Designed SFX library was used in the new MASS EFFECT: ANDROMEDA EA PLAY trailer.
How was the sound recorded? Which microphones were used? What is special about the sound “alien_tense”? Sound Designer David Philipp gives you the answers:
Axel examined carefully four different recorders: 744T (Sound Devices), 688 (Sound Devices), 62r (Sonosax) and R4+ (Sonosax). Since we are looking constantly for the best solutions, it was about time to take a look into the technical heart for all of our outdoor recordings. Do you want to know which recorder won the race?
MachineGames is looking for an Audio Director at their facilities in Uppsala, Sweden. Feel like you´re the right person?
The small audio developer Tazman-Audio (UK) is in need of an Audio Programmer for the native version of Fabric. Interested?
If you purchase our brand-new SFX pack DESERTS - WEATHER & WILDLIFE until June 24th, our second brand-new release, the incredible valuable QUIETUDES will automatically be included. You don't have to put QUIETUDES into your shopping cart, the files will be included in the download links of DESERTS - WEATHER & WILDLIFE!.
We're always happy to hear directly from our customers why they like our BOOM products and which projects they used them in. It's always a pleasure for us to read the replies and learn what the sound designers like about specific libraries.
Today we have started a little internal BOOM survey. Now we can proudly present to you:
Our BOOM-Team Top 5 Cartoon Characters! :-) By the way... During the toons recordings our team turned loose sometimes.
Hooray, Avalanche Studios is looking for an experienced audio programmer at their office in New York City. Sounds good?