Custom Sound Library Solutions now available in Japan with Japanese Metadata
BROOKLYN, NY - Pro Sound Effects® (PSE), the next level sound effects library company, has announced that, due to increasing demand from customers, its industry-leading general sound effects libraries are now available in Japanese.
“Having access to a wide variety of high-quality and well-organized sound effects is essential for any studio or company creating professional media, and any sound library is only useful if you can find the sounds you need quickly,” says Jeremy Siegel, Licensing Manager at Pro Sound Effects. “With our meticulously-detailed, rich, embedded metadata now being available in Japanese, companies and individuals in Japan now have access to the same essential audio resources relied upon by PSE clients around the rest of the World.”
Leading media producers around the world rely on Pro Sound Effects. Award-winning companies like Nintendo, Turner, and Electronic Arts license PSE general sound effects libraries to create our favorite movies, TV shows, video games, and more. PSE sound library solutions provide clients with inspiration and peace of mind and total creative freedom.
Ensure your team has access to the best creative resources - fully-customized and flexible licensing options allow for seamless integration of high quality sounds into your team's creative process. Contact us for a custom consultation and quote with recommendations for your company.
More info at: Sound Library Solutions for Japanese Companies
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Pro Sound Effects® develops the most useful sound effects libraries for next level media production. Audio professionals in post, games, film and television rely on PSE libraries to fuel creativity, finish projects faster, and produce better sound. PSE libraries span the sonic spectrum, are continually updated and accessible 24/7 online, on drive, and from any computer. Based in Brooklyn since 2004, PSE continues to push the industry forward with The Odyssey Collection by Mark Mangini & Richard L. Anderson, Freelancer Program, flexible multi-user licensing and client-driven library development.