Such a variety in this month’s release, the storyline practically writes itself: from magical fairy wind chimes, to a hydraulic spaceship hatch… blue jays, a wooden drawbridge, and a crackling fire, the sizzle of acid, the sound of a chalkboard… you name it, we’ve got it.
The legalities of using sound effects and library music in your video game or smart phone app can feel daunting. We’ve assembled a list of the most common music licensing questions and answers below, all in an effort to prevent insomnia, hair loss, and other nasty side effects.
Interview with Indiegamepod.com About Sound Effects and Music For Video Games
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INTERVIEWER: Can you talk about, can you give game developers an idea of the importance of sound and sound design for the games? I mean, it’s something that usually they neglect.
Soundrangers is proud to announce the release of our online Sound Effects Hard Drive — the most comprehensive sound resource for video games and apps, traditional media and beyond. The development of this library is the result of our team’s extensive experience in creative sound design for console and social Read more…