Firestarter SFX - Cinematic Sound Effects Collection

US Free SFX pack also available      24/10/23

Flame sound have just release their new Firestarter SFX collection - a comprehensive collection of high-quality cinematic trailer sound effects designed for filmmakers, music producers, and content creators. There's also a free pack available which is linked below. More info on the Firestarter collection:

A successor to the popular Inferno SFX collection, Firestarter SFX focuses on blockbuster movie trailer sound effects.

The library contains 250 cutting-edge cinematic trailer sounds. The content is organized into nine essential categories: Accents, Booms, Braams, Downers, Impacts, Loops, Tension, Textures, and Transitions.

Purchasers of Firestarter SFX will receive an additional collection, Heatwave, which comprises 100 cinematic soundscapes categorized into Chords, Moods, Noises, and Textures.

All included sounds were meticulously crafted using modern cinematic sound design techniques and pre-mastered to be 100% production-ready out-of-the-box.

The sounds are provided in WAV format (24-bit, 48 kHz, stereo). All included content is royalty-free.

The library is compatible with all major video and audio editing software, including (but not limited to) Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, HitFilm Pro, MAGIX Vegas, DaVinci Resolve 17, Ableton Live, Pro Tools, FL Studio, and more.


More details here https://flamesound.com/firestarter/

Get the free Cinematic SFX here https://flamesound.com/free-sound-effects/

 

About the author [midierror]: midierror makes nifty Max For Live devices, innovative music hardware, award winning sample packs and hosts a podcast speaking to people in the music world.



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