Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Sound Ideas and Frank Serafine Sound Effects


Frank Serafine, the award winning Hollywood sound designer and Sound Ideas, the world's largest publisher of professional sound effects, announce the acquisition of the Frank Serafine Sound Effects Collection.

Frank Serafine is an award winning Hollywood sound designer who is credited with the development of many new digital audio techniques. Frank’s work has been heard in such Hollywood blockbusters as Star Trek, Lawnmower Man, The Hunt for Red October and Virtuosity. In addition, Frank Serafine holds a unique place in the sound effects library industry as one of the first major sound designers to lend their name to commercial SFX collections.

Over the years Frank Serafine has been both a contributor and a loyal client of Sound Ideas and in a video testimonial for Sound Ideas has commented “If I can’t find the effect I am looking for in my own high quality collection, I go to Sound Ideas because I know they will have what I need.”

When asked about his purchase of the Serafine Sound Effects Collection Brian Nimens, the owner of Sound Ideas, said: “Sound Ideas is proud to add the 12 sound effect libraries and more than 12,000 sound effects produced by Frank Serafine and his innovative team of sound designers and engineers to our official lineup.”

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT FRANK SERAFINE: Frank Serafine has been a motion picture sound designer, sound editor and composer for more than 30 years. His studio is located in the luscious countryside of Simi Valley, California, just northwest of Los Angeles, providing comprehensive solutions for post-production needs and offering a wide variety of services for all media including Original Music, Sound Design, Sound Editorial and Supervision, Dialogue Editing, ADR, Foley and Sound Mixing. Serafine Inc. is proud to be at the forefront of the latest technology.

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