Your sound effects library is overflowing with new tracks. How can you wrangle all your sounds so your fans can find what they need easily and accurately?
Last week’s article shared one idea: organize your field recordings and sound design clips in categories and subcategories. That introduced sound effect categorization, the theory behind sonic grouping, why it matters, and ideas such as nesting, broad and narrow categorization, and two methods for naming your categories.
Today’s post shares quick categorization tips and tricks for classifying your sound effects.
Note: the rest of this month will be dedicated to sound library curation and categorization.
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