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Baabaa Productions
06-02-2008, 07:43 AM
Hi Jay there are loads of companies out there and I have collected mine over the years. I have purchsesed some recently from http://air-media.co.uk/radio.html Alistair who is also a member of this site. They are reasonable starting at about $4 for a package of sounds. May be worth a look.

Mark

Baabaa Productions
06-02-2008, 07:43 AM
Hi Jay there are loads of companies out there and I have collected mine over the years. I have purchsesed some recently from http://air-media.co.uk/radio.html Alistair who is also a member of this site. They are reasonable starting at about $4 for a package of sounds. May be worth a look.

Mark

Custom DJ Drops
06-02-2008, 07:43 AM
Hello everyone. I am wondering where everyone is buying their Imaging Effects Libraries? What are you normally paying for your libraries?

Thanks,
Jay

Custom DJ Drops
06-02-2008, 07:43 AM
Hello everyone. I am wondering where everyone is buying their Imaging Effects Libraries? What are you normally paying for your libraries?

Thanks,
Jay

MADcHATTER
06-02-2008, 02:43 PM
Believe it or not...

eBay & Craigslist. Also bought several sound effects CD's from a friend who used to do voiceovers (he took a regular job) for cheap. There is also a plethora of Free and Royalty Free sound effects online. Just have to look around for them. Also, many old style soundeffects are available from public domain libraries (their copywrites expire) available for free. When in doubt or cant find one, I make it myself!

Hope this helps

MADcHATTER
06-02-2008, 02:43 PM
Believe it or not...

eBay & Craigslist. Also bought several sound effects CD's from a friend who used to do voiceovers (he took a regular job) for cheap. There is also a plethora of Free and Royalty Free sound effects online. Just have to look around for them. Also, many old style soundeffects are available from public domain libraries (their copywrites expire) available for free. When in doubt or cant find one, I make it myself!

Hope this helps

nitnitr
06-02-2008, 05:59 PM
There are some good libraries that cost big dollars, if that's what you want. On the other hand, you can get some for a decent price. Try Music2Hues at http://www.music2hues.com. They have some items that don't cost that much and can get you started on a library.

There is some free stuff on the web if you do a little poking around. Plus, as Madchatter said, you can create your own with a little software and some creativity.

nitnitr
06-02-2008, 05:59 PM
There are some good libraries that cost big dollars, if that's what you want. On the other hand, you can get some for a decent price. Try Music2Hues at http://www.music2hues.com. They have some items that don't cost that much and can get you started on a library.

There is some free stuff on the web if you do a little poking around. Plus, as Madchatter said, you can create your own with a little software and some creativity.