Hungry for more free sound effects? Well it’s true, we have a new, free download pack for all you sound effects fans. The Free Sound Effects Download Pack #2 contains 60 sound effects in 16/44.1 broadcast wave format selected from our massive arsenal of over 31,000 high definition sounds. This download pack will give you a taste of the finest ingredients for your next sound design chef d’oeuvre. On the menu: An exquisite doorbell ring, some serious fighting material, followed by a healthy dose of gory, gut squishes.
Disclaimer: This free download pack is licensed to you for free use on a royalty-free basis. This work by Blastwave FX is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. Derived from HD sound effects libraries www.blastwavefx.com. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at www.blastwavefx.com.
The Sound FX Trampoline, created for Blastwave FX, debuted at this year’s Audio Engineering Society convention in New York, NY. Jumping on the trampoline triggers sounds from Blastwave FX high definition sound effects libraries. The higher you jump, the lower the pitch, and if you jump over twenty-five times a delay kicks in.
This video shows a few brave jumpers. You can hear the sounds of a colobus monkey, male voice clip, baby, and a gong. And you can definitely see the smiles! For more information, email Laura at laura [at] blastwavefx [dot] com
Coinciding with our exhibit at AES 2009, we’re announced the winner of the Blastwave FX Sound Design Competition. Congratulations to Tobias Poppe! Check out his winning entry below, and much more to follow (top twenty, judges comments etc.)
In order to give the audio engineers, music programmers, high-end microphone designers and other AES exhibitors and attendees something to talk about, we are getting geeky at AES 2009. If you’ll be in NYC in mid-October, register for a free VIP exhibits pass and visit us at booth #833. We’ll be displaying our massive collection of high definition sound effects the traditional way – by pressing the space bar on a computer – but also with an interactive “instrument.” What is this instrument going to be..? Come to the booth to find out.