Available now: groundbreaking car sound effects library curated from award-winningsound editors’ private collection

Brooklyn, NY - Pro Sound Effects®, the next level sound effects library company, today released The Odyssey Collection: Vehicles – the newest exclusive library from their partnership with Academy Award®-winning sound editors, Mark Mangini and Richard L. Anderson. With more than 12,000 audio files recorded while creating the sound for hundreds of Hollywood feature films, Odyssey Vehicles (OV) presents a new approach to sound library curation combining the comprehensive offering of a general library with the pinpoint focus of a specialty library.

OV features over 250 different vehicles from sports cars and luxury SUVs to street bikes and military trucks. To help cover a sound artist’s needs for any scene, the collection includes over 180 vehicle workups: a thorough series of recordings from various perspectives of every action the vehicle performs – both interior, exterior, and at different speeds including pass bys, engine rumble, mechanical sounds, car Foley, and more.

“This library has been an essential tool for me my entire life, and this idea of workups and vehicle recordings is a big part of its philosophy,” says Mark Mangini (Blade Runner 2049, Mad Max: Fury Road). “It makes getting the job done that much more elegant, professional, and high fidelity.”

OV KEY FEATURES:

  • 12,259 broadcast .wav files (147GB)
  • More than 250 different vehicles
  • More than 125 vehicle workups
  • More than 550 multi-track recordings with a variety of mic placements
  • 27 Categories: Engines, mechanical, doors, and more from modern and classic vehicles
  • Rich Metadata: Optimized for fast, pinpoint search
  • Online Access: 24/7 from any computer
  • Search Software: Drag-and-drop to your DAW
  • 100% Royalty-Free license for use in any project
  • Delivery Options: Download or 1TB Hard Drive
  • Flexible Access: On hard drive, online, or on your server
  • Buyout and Annual Payment Options

PRICING AND AVAILABILITY:

Full Library – 1-User Perpetual License: Starting at $1,195

Basic Version – 1-User Perpetual License: $199

Multi-User Annual License: Starting at $595 per year

Learn more and get a quote at prosoundeffects.com/odyssey-vehicles

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