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Thursday, September 17, 2009

The sound of space…

Bleep! Whoosh! Bipbipbipbipbip! Brzzzzt!

So, they say in space nobody can hear you scream, but that would be really boring, wouldn’t it?  We all know that space is full of interesting sounds.  Where would we be without clanking robots, whooshing doors, whirring computers, and the hum of death rays, transporter beams and alien communication devices?

We’ve always believed that movies are as much about what you hear as what you see, so, in association with London-based audio specialists earcom, we’ll shortly be bringing you a selection of 200 fantastic Sci-Fi sounds, ranging from short beeps and clunks to longer atmospheric sounds for spaceships, or alien planets. 

Earcom, who provide most of the sounds built into Moviestorm, have a huge wealth of expertise in games (Lego Rockband and Lego Batman), films & TV (Book of Blood) and radio (Adventures of Sexton Blake).  We’ve worked with them for a number of years, ever since the very first prototypes of Moviestorm, and are really pleased that they’re letting us have access to their immense sound effects library.  This will, we hope, be the first in a series of sound effects packs from Earcom.  This collection of sound effects will complement the music collection that we started with Bob and Barn in July, and will shortly be extending with the three Soundfactor packs.

We’ll have more details on release dates, pricing, and contents shortly. In the meantime, Splundig vur Thrigg, Klaatu Barad Nikto, and smoke us a kipper, we’ll be back for breakfast.

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