Royalty-free music -- but it's not really music

Discussion in 'Professional Video Production' started by RandB, Jul 16, 2004.

  1. RandB

    RandB Guest

    I've got several buyout libraries, all of which include various combinations
    of loops, full music scores (of various styles), as well as what I like to
    call "zips and zaps" -- you know the "whooshes" and buzzers and lasers and
    other abrupt separators you commonly hear in radio station imaging
    production. Most of them are fairly harsh and "ear-itating." (Just the kind
    of thing that Top40 radio seems to like.)
    But what my libraries lack -- and something I hear quite often on TV -- are
    the little computer effects, some more subtle than others, that you
    sometimes hear when, for example, there's a "print-out" of digital
    information on screen. Although I don't recall if such an effect was
    actually used in The Terminator, it's the kind of thing you might hear when
    looking through the Terminator's eyes and you see the computer analysis
    read-out type-on the screen.

    Just wondering if any of you have good buyout/royalty-free sources for these
    kinds of sounds.

    Randy
     
    RandB, Jul 16, 2004
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  2. RandB

    MSu1049321 Guest

    Hollywood Edge and De Wolfe have this in spades.
     
    MSu1049321, Jul 17, 2004
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