Every year thousands gather in Nevada to attend the NAB convention. Spread throughout multiple venues in downtown Las Vegas, the week-long event showcases new technologies, software, and other resources for the National Association of Broadcasters.
While the convention doesn’t cater specifically to post sound or game audio, NAB has become a way for discover new tools, nail down deals, and meet colleagues. For example, in the years I’ve attended, music and sound effect libraries were a huge presence. It’s also a good way to get your hands on the latest field recorders, or check out new software.
So, just in time for NAB, software developers Soundminer are showcasing a new version of their sound-browsing metadata app.
Today’s article will explore the new features, and how they may help you.