Sound Ideas Turns Out Some Darker Tracks with its Newest Production Elements Toolkit Volumes

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Production Element Toolkit Volumes 7 & 8 Each Cram Large Variety of Production Elements and Sound Effects Onto a Single CD.

Our Production Elements Toolkit series is designed to give a variety of royalty-free sounds on a single CD.

Sound Ideas, the leader in royalty-free music and sound effects, has released two new tools for its Production Elements Toolkit series. Available as single CDs, Production Elements Toolkit 7 and Production Elements Toolkit 8 each include over 500 tracks to be used to punctuate audio recordings.

Both of these new collections include some longer dark ambience atmospheres, along with the usual short production element tracks. Production Elements Toolkit 7 has selections of whooshes, gritty transitional elements, wailing electronic static, grating button elements, disturbing beeps, and angry spirit voices. Production Elements Toolkit 8 includes a plethora of sci-fi elements such as: robotic calls and servo machine blasts; metallic scrapes and crash selections; and the sinister sounds of dark danger, passing sweeps, and low, subterranean whooshes.

"Our Production Elements Toolkit series is designed to give a variety of royalty-free sounds on a single CD," said company president Brian Nimens. The royalty-free audio files that Sound Ideas offers include a lifelong license to use the files in audio and multimedia projects such as radio commercials, video productions, and soundtracks.

More detailed information about each of the toolkits, including downloadable track listings in pdf format and audio demos and details about other single-CD offerings, is available on the company's website.

Founded in 1978, Toronto-based Sound Ideas was the first company to release sound effects libraries on compact disc, and the first to release the sound effects library of a major motion picture studio. The company continues to innovate new ways to provide high-quality sound files to the audio professionals who rely on them.


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