Action features and the cinematic experience have always gone hand in hand. The huge screen, the darkness, the surround sound - all combine to create an experience like no other in intensity and impact. This is perhaps the reason why action films have remained such an integral part of the cinema industry, where the environment and technology can be used to its full potential by bringing the experience to life.
The purpose of background music is the kind of topic few give the attention and thought it deserves. This is almost understandable given the very name it goes by, which implies it is simplistic and undeserving of attention or analysis. The reality is, however, that background music has a purpose like any other style, and its utility can be gauged by how well it achieves this.
Determined, restless, ever moving forward, slowing only for the briefest of respites. Building to a summit that seems at once so close yet out of reach. Hope mingled with fury, tears of sadness turned to those of joy. Here is an aural monument to the depths and peaks of the human experience, cinematic in scope and fuelled by passion.
Tibet is a place that is intrinsically linked to its unique and robust sense of spirituality. It is a land that is associated with Buddhism and monks, temples and vast snow-covered peaks. Even the far-flung corners of the globe recognise this, and through its cultural heritage Tibet has allowed the world to connect with its land and identity.
Regular visitors to the site may recall the first Magic Ambience Free sound Effects that previously featured on Music-For-Video. The shimmering and glistening sound effects introduced proved so versatile and enticing that it was decided that a second Magic Ambiance compilation was needed.
One of the proudest achievements we have made as a species is our ability to capture and measure time. Since their earliest iterations the devices we use to do so have had certain distinctive sounds associated with them, from the eternal gentle rush of sand through an hourglass to the near-silent movement of the arms of a priceless wristwatch, and everything in between.
From the unsettling to the threatening to the downright hideous, the sound effects found in horror have always been an opportunity for sound designers to stretch the limits of their imagination and creativity. The sound variety here is truly impressive, and with an endless array of horrifying and bleak imaginings both real and fantastical to inspire, it is no wonder the audio factor of horror is so rich.
Get ready for a big one, because here were have a weighty 164mb free sample pack of over 26 huge drone sound effects ready made for cinematic use. These samples all come in high quality wav format and feature a broad selection of drone sound effects of various lengths, with some being over one minute in length.