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What are the differences between the audio libraries
Each sound in a library was recorded specifically for that library alone.
Different libraries may contain sounds of the same category, such as “Hits” or “Atmospheres,” but the same exact sound is never repeated in more than one library.
The sounds in each of our SFX products are tailored to a specific theme. For example, Anticipation SFX is tailored to hopeful and expectant moments while Archetype SFX is tailored to more dark and weighty moments.
You can combine SFX from multiple libraries to create more complex moods and tones in your film.
Use: Sound Effects
Style: Dark, weighty, serious, impactful
Archetype SFX gives you iconic, cinematic sound effects.
Includes over 120 clips, organized into 6 categories: Risers, Hits, Whooshes, Glitches, Undertones, and Atmospheres.
All the clips are also rendered out in the following variations: Normal, Analog, Distortion, Silk, and Space.
Use: Sound Effects
Style: Bright, expectant, serious, impactful
Anticipation SFX gives you unique, inspiring sound effects.
Includes 80 clips, organized into 5 categories: Risers, Hits, Whooshes, Moments, and Atmospheres.
All the clips are also rendered out in the following variations: Normal, Distortion, Space, and Tube.
Use: Underscore Elements
Style: Dark, determined, driving, serious
Endurance SFX gives you percussive elements, pulsing drones, abstract patterns, and organic textures you can layer together to create driving underscores.
Includes 120 tracks, organized into 5 categories: Percussion, Bass, Patterns, Undertones, and Strings.
All the tracks are also rendered out in the following variations: Normal, Distortion, Silk, and Space.
Use: Melodic Underscores
Style: Blisfful, reverant, elated, warm
Idyllic gives you original melodies to complement life’s best moments.
Includes 20 original melodies, executed in 5 variations each. 100 tracks total.
The variations include: Original (fuller mix), Air, Melody, Strings and Undertones.
Although each library is versatile in its own right, no single one is designed to be an end all be all product to own. Instead, you should ask yourself what styles you need at your disposal.
Having the full suite will give you the most options to tailor a soundscape specifically to your film.
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