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
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.
Blastwave FX and MIX Magazine bring you the most recent in an ongoing series of sound design competitions. Participants are encouraged to let their creativity and imagination run wild with a selection of over 50 FREE sounds from across the extensive Blastwave FX library. To make things a little more interesting, they will be designing the soundtrack to a 30-second video spot produced by acclaimed directing duo PEKING. All entries will be reviewed by a trio of award wining judges — including Richard King, Dane Davis and Charles Deenen — and the selected winner will receive a 400 GB BLASTDRIVE HD sound effects library and a years subscription to MIX magazine. Register today and start editing, mixing and modulating your way to most comprehensive library of sound effects Blastwave FX has to offer. Check out the MIX article here for more information.