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BOOM Library has released their new Room Tones Europe ambient sounds collection. This second entry of the new sound effect series 3D Surround is an ambience library that offers a large selection of generic ambiences to blend into many different contexts as well as specifically recognizable locations delivered with maximum authenticity.

From busy transportation areas, malls and warehouses over congress centers and green houses to swimming pools and public libraries. Room Tones Europe covers many different scenarios, delivered fully surround with precision, spatial impression and clarity. Either chose the angle yourself or use the stereo version which is also included in 3D Surround.

Frame Your Scene

Ambiences are an excellent tool to establish the mood of a scene, level, or location. With Room Tones Europe, a user can choose from the over 98GB large pool of well categorized ambiences available. From ultra-silent to lively, confined to wide open, dry and close to reverberant – everything delivered in an immersive 3D audio format that is also backward compatible. The average sound is 3-7 minutes long.

Room Tones Europe - Stereo

There is also a stereo version of Room Tones Europe for those who want to use the source recordings but do not necessarily require the surround version. It contains the same recordings in the same quality at a lower price.

Price: 239,20€ / $295.20 and Stereo 79,20€ / $95.20 in the introductory phase until June 11th. After that the price will be 299,00€ / $369.00 for 3D Surround and 99,00€ / $119.00 for Stereo.

Visit boomlibrary.com/sound-effects/room-tones-europe for more information, demos or to get hands on the library.

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