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BOOM Library releases Cinematic Horror SFX library

BOOM Library Cinematic Horror

BOOM Library has launched Cinematic Horror, a new SFX sample library.

We’ve had the great pleasure to co-produce our new SFX library with Hollywood’s horror genre expert and sound (effects) designer / editor Richard Adrian – a real horror insider! His reference list includes films such as The Hills Have Eyes, Gothika, Thir13en Ghosts, Ghost Ship, House Of Wax, Haunted Hill, Mirrors etc. Besides these horror stories, Adrian also worked on other great productions such as 8 Mile, Matrix Reloaded, Matrix Revolutions, Æon Flux, Swordfish, Four Brothers, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang and many more. Adrian, who is a self-entitled BOOM Library fan himself, poured his priceless knowledge and creativity into this frightful library.

The DESIGNED version with pre-designed SFX is ideal for time-scarce projects, and the CONSTRUCTION KIT with its high-quality source recordings is the perfect database for heavy editing, pitching and FX processing – all this to meet your individual needs and time schedules. The BUNDLE combines both versions and gives you full flexibility during the working process. Choose according to your requirements and enjoy these frightful extremes.

With more than 15 GB, more than 370 files and more than 1.700 high-quality SFX, the CINEMATIC HORROR collection is not only a huge new toolbox for your spooky projects, but also another incredibly well-sorted library: all sound files come with detailed content descriptions and have smart metadata (SoundMiner® readable) to equip you with the fastest and easiest workflow possible. Delivered in 96 kHz / 24bit, CINEMATIC HORROR grants you high-quality at any time and gives you handy means for intense mental torture.

The Cinematic Horror Bundle is available for purchase for 199 EUR. The Construction Kit pack is 149 EUR; The Designed pack costs 99 EUR.

More information: BOOM Library / Cinematic Horror

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