What’s the best way to organize your sound effects, field recordings, and sound design clips?
The last two articles have explored ideas. The first post shared sound fx library categorization basics. Last week’s article included 13 tricks and tips for categorizing a sound library. Those shared the concepts. What does this look like in practice?
Today’s post describes a quick workflow for creating your own sound fx library category and subcategory list. The post also deconstructs a sample field recording tree. It shows the thought process behind building a category and subcategory list that you can use as inspiration for building your own method of classifying sound effects.
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