Hey Guys - This is Timothy McHugh here from Sonniss / Visionary Sound. I have just released a new premium royalty-free sound library.
Rocksuresoundz.com announces four new Sound effects packs available at $6-95 each.
This brings the total number of sound effects packs on the site up to 28.
The new packs are as follows:
#17) Dragons Dinosaurs Monsters Creatures
#18) Scary Frights Creaks Groans Ghostly Moans
#19) Bangs, Explosions & Fireworks
#20) Electrical Sounds: Radio Static, Switches, Shocks, Electricity
The packs are zips of 24 bit/44.1kHz wav files.
Plus we also have one new music loop pack at $8-95.
Rocksuresoundz.com currently has 24 different sound packs in a wide range of genres, available at just $6-95 each. Each pack contains between 80-200 high quality sfx. Additional new packs will be added soon too.
There is a one and a half minute audio preview for each of the Sound Effect Packs.
Hitting the play button gives you a bit of a general overview medley of the contents of the pack. Not every sound effect in the pack is included in the preview, but it's designed to give a good cross-section of sound types found in it.
We have been recording and distributing sound effects for over 12 years now. We have been a primary source of sound effects for a lot of major SFX catalogues and Royalty free sites. Our sounds have been used by Sony, Pixar, Warner Bros., Walt Disney and NBC.
Now, we have launched our own proprietary SFX product for media clients and video makers. We are selling a vast library of over 9000 sounds for just as little as $47, for everyone to purchase and use in their projects.
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New tutorial from the team at Pro Juice!!
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