BOOM Library

BOOM Library has released a new ambient sounds collection, Urban USA, the first product in a new sound effect series, 3D Surround, where they have visited vibrant and lively American metropolises and captured the pulse of these cities in many different places. BOOM Library focused on providing a vast variety of sounds that would offer a sound designer a rich, balanced and professional range of tools.

BOOM Library say "3D Surround marks a new era of surround sound FX libraries because it has two advantages over conventional surround sound: Individual sound sources can be located much better and more clearly with 3D Surround plus it also reflects height differences much better. This results in a more extensive and much clearer sound image in a quality that cannot be achieved with conventional surround sound."

Urban USA - Surround
Urban USA covers a large spectrum of different places of urban city life. From bustling downtown areas like subway stations or financial districts to quieter areas like beaches, parks and suburbs to marinas and construction sites, Urban USA offers a very authentic and detailed picture of everyday life in American cities. As always delivered in the best possible quality to exceed the requirements of any professional sound design challenge.

Urban USA - Stereo
There is also a stereo version of Urban USA 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.

Both versions of Urban USA come with an introductory 20% discount until March 7th:

  • Urban USA - Surround: $295.20 (Reg. $369.00).
  • Urban USA - Stereo: $143.20 (Reg. $179.00).
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