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Lunch and Learn: Soundly

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Lunch and Learn: Soundly

What is Soundly? Soundly is a freemium audio library management software that lets you organize, tag, and audition your sound effect and add them into your projects in a concise and incredibly simple way. For this blogpost I decided to put myself in the shoes of someone just starting off in the sound editor world. When you’re just starting off in the industry your budget is going to be your biggest limiter. You don’t have the freedom to drop a ton of money on multiple professional grade libraries and a reliable audio library management software to get started on your work. Sometimes the free option is really the only option. This is where Soundly comes in.

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Announcing Boom Box Post Sound Libraries!

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Announcing Boom Box Post Sound Libraries!

This week, rather than design tips and tricks or a how-to post on building your career as a sound editor, we have an exciting announcement to make!  We are knee deep in the creative stages of producing our first Boom Box Post sound library, which we will be releasing this spring.  This is a long-awaited next step in our business, and we are stoked to share it with you.

But, before we put the finishing touches on everything, we wanted to ask you a few very important questions--because you, our readers, are our biggest and best resource.  We don't want to put out anything that doesn't meet your fabulous expectations.  So, to help us out, would you please fill out this short survey about your sound library wants/needs/loves/hates?  Your expertise means more to us than you could ever know.  

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