What if you never again had to worry about the perfect ambience sounds for crowded concert audiences? What if you could just drag two files into your project and you’re in control over applauding, cheering or shouting masses? Our CROWDS – CONCERT AUDIENCES sound effects library does exactly that.
Take the spotlight as the masses roar
Included sounds - keywords
applause, audiences, cheering, claps, singing, stadiums, studios, moderate, whistling, mumble, shouting, auditorium, dissapointed, stomping, aula, sneezing, churches, clubs, concerts, halls, gymnasiums, open air, crowds, applauding, masses, crowded, enthusiastic, festivals, real-live
You’re the master of ceremony
CROWDS – CONCERT AUDIENCES is your best choice for designing realistic crowded concert audience ambiences with ease. Packed with thousands of single files for almost every possible scenario, we bring you the world’s probably biggest sound FX library of this kind and the ultimate concert audience toolkit.
From reasonably sized to freaking huge!
From smaller more intimate aulas or clubs to the huge and heavy sound of an enthusiastic open air or stadium atmosphere, you get a seemingly unlimited amount of real-live ambiences to conveniently pick from.
What we recorded
We made use of some really rare and vintage but also modern and unique analog devices such as the Ampex AG-440 analog tape recorder from 1969, the NED Synclavier, Yamaha CS-60, Rhodes Chroma, E-Mu Emulator II, – just to mention a few of them.
Here are some of the devices we recorded to design the unique sound we had in mind.
BOOM Library sound FX come as WAV files, meaning you can import and work with them in any software that can handle this file type. Here are the most common audio and video editing software tools that work perfectly with our sound FX
- Logic Pro
- Ableton Live
- Pro Tools
Video Editing Software
- Final Cut Pro X
- After Effects
- Vegas Pro
- Media Composer
Rich Metadata Embedded
To provide you with the fastest and easiest workflow possible, all files contain extensive metadata like file description & keywords to quickly find the sounds you’re looking for. Metadata can be read and processed by audio management tools. Some digital audio workstations feature an included search tool that can also read embedded metadata. Here are the most common audio management tools: