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Guardians of The Galaxy, Lost In Oz, Dead Bullet etc.
BOOM libraries are an absolute staple in my SFX library arsenal. I owe a lot of my success to the amazing tools BOOM has provided me! The quality of each library is absolutely incredible and I can always count on each sound to be the highest fidelity possible.
Avengers: Infinity War, Avatar, Titanic, CARS, Finding Nemo, Pirates Of The Caribbean, etc.
When I can’t record sounds myself, BOOM is the next best thing! I’m always amazed at how they release libraries exactly when I need them! Right before I began my work on Thor: A Dark World they released Medieval Weapons, perfect timing! The sounds were perfect for the opening battle scene and saved me much time preparing for the temp mix. Excellent quality, and I appreciate the option of designed or construction kit, as I can build my own sounds or use versions prebuilt, extremely valuable!
La La Land, The Descendants, The Amazing Spider-Man, Sideways etc.
Keep up the good work. Love you guys! I'm constantly using your libraries in EVERYTHING I work on!
Trailer: The Dark Knight, Gamer, Punisher, Hellboy II
American Gangster, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, Bone Tomahawk, Knight and Day etc.
I was hired as a Supervising Sound Editor on a Horror Western titled Bone Tomahawk. I needed some updating to my own library of sounds & was familiar w/ the quality products that BOOM offers. I loaded up w/ Prairies, Historical Firearms, Gun Handling, & of course, Horses, & I was more than set. The Historical Firearms were especially fantastic. The depth of the recordings coupled with the ability to tweak the original sounds w/ the Construction Kit, gave me so many options for authentic, Turn of the 20th Century SFX. BOOM nailed it.
Rover, VW, Honda, Ford, Audi, BMW, Hyundai, Jaguar, Chrysler, Mini, Citreon, Saab etc.
Once downloaded, the varied set of sounds on offer has provided me with invaluable source material to help me achieve the level of sonic detail that my clients expect. Everyday Cars has become my go to library when working on automotive commercials. In fact, I liked it so much that I didn’t 'buy the company' - as a certain Victor Kiam once said - no, I just bought the SUV sound set as well!
How to Get Away With Murder, The Catch, Still Star-Crossed
BOOM libraries have quickly become an integral part of my sound fx library. The Close Combat library has made its way into every fight scene in 'Scandal', 'How To Get Away With Murder' and 'The Catch'. The fight cloth fx work great to glue a fight together and the designed impacts come in very handy on short turnovers when time is scarce. BOOM's recording quality and metadata is top notch!
Captain America: The First Avenger, RED 2: The Best Never Rest, Cinderella Man, Angels and Demons, Twisted etc.
I use BOOM libraries in my projects almost daily. My work on "TURN" used Historical Firearms almost exclusively for weapons. Now I'm working on "NCIS: New Orleans", in which I'continue to use Historical Firearms for gun design, as well as Close Combat and Magic for various fight and design moments. They are a great addition to my library, and a "go to" for anything that I need that sounds huge and clean (which is just about everything!)
Mulholland Drive, The Descendants, Twilight etc.
I finished an epic film Dracula the Dark Prince. A direct to video action pack starring Jon Voight as Van Helsing. The film required the intense use of the MEDIEVAL WEAPONS, CLOSE COMBAT, HORSES, CREATURES, WILDCATS, CINEMATIC TRAILERS, CINEMATIC HITS and CINEMATIC METAL. My goal was to make this film sound like a very expensive movie without having the big studio film budget at my disposal and the BOOM libraries help me achieve that. The quality and the power of the BOOM libraries make it fairly easy to create great sound designs by either using the already prepared sound or the Construction Kit. The sounds are fantastic and I always start using the BOOM libraries over anything else.
Star Trek, Mad Men, The Sopranos, The Shield, Navy CIS, The Newsroom etc.
BOOM Library collections have quickly become an integral part of my sound effects library, and I have used them in a wide variety of projects. The Sci-Fi, Cinematic Trailers and Magic collections are fantastic for sound design work, from the quick and easy answers in the "Designed" section, to the many elements in the "Construction Kit" I use to blend together for something new.