It’s quite exciting to see many field recordists and sound designers eager to begin sharing sound fx with the community. I receive many emails from people curious about selling sound.
Writing about sharing field recordings on the Web is one of my favourite article topics. However, as the site grows larger, those posts are a bit trickier to find amongst the other articles.
That may be why I still receive many questions about sharing sound, such as:
- How do I sell sound effects?
- How do I create a sound fx library?
- How do I design a sound effect library?
Those are all good questions. So, it’s time for a refresher. Today’s article is a roundup of all previous posts about sharing sound.
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