Audio: Part 2 {Pro Scores and FreeSound FX}

12 03 2012

Oh look, here’s finally the second post about Audio! Read Part 1 if you haven’t already.

In a continuation of Part 1, I should of course mention Video Copilot’s Pro Score music creation package. Personally, I have used this product in every single film ever since purchasing it. Containing hundreds of sound elements, strings, percussion, layered tracks and more, Pro Scores is well worth the $100 price tag (although you might be able to catch it at a lower price on other reseller sites).

Now for something different: Free sound effects.

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Audio: Part 1 {FreePlay, Incompetech, Neverrain, and LeafyLane}

16 09 2011

It’s certainly been a while since I last posted! No, I haven’t been working hard on a short film, so I can’t really use that as an excuse.

Let’s talk audio.
Specifically, audio in movies.
More specifically, music/scoring.

As a totally amateur filmmaker (in the broadest sense of the word ‘filmmaker’) I know the frustration of having no budget, and trying to find good quality music for free.

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