'Soundproofing' or 'sound isolation' - which is correct?
Q: What is groove in MIDI?
Who should be responsible for the fade at the end of a song - the producer, mix engineer or mastering engineer?
How to get a 'vintage sound' in your recordings
Mixing: Where to start? - The drum kit?
Should we clean up old recordings, or keep their noise and distortion in all their glory?
A brief introduction to equalization for the home recording studio
Retro recording: How to get more tracks through bouncing and track sharing
Q: How should I set the compressor in a live stage show?
Look in the mirror - are you your own worst enemy?
September 25, 2004
Active MultiMedia is a new SFX Library that contains 500 fresh custom-designed sound effects and musical effects created by sound engineers and musicians for use in different multimedia projects such as Flash and Web projects, computer Games and Programs, for Video, Radio, TV and Film production, and more
All sound files on the CD are grouped by the following categories: Blows, Clicks & Knocks, Computers & Robots, Deep & Hard, Electronic Signals, High Tech, Noise FXs, Notifications, Space Matter, Static & Electric and Musical Effects.
Some of the sounds are designed to be used to animate different events and actions such as intros, endings, sound logos, transitions, movements, buttons, and menus.
This product available as CD version and as Downloadable version. CD version includes: WAV (44khz, 16bit), AIFF (44khz, 16bit), MP3 (192kbps, 48kbps) and WMA (160kbps) formats. Downloadable version contains sounds in MP3 format only(192kbps).
The CD version is priced at $69. The downloadable version is $65.
For more information, visit their web site at www.neosounds.com