Sound Particles Explorer available as free download, SFX Cloud just launched


Explorer SFX Cloud has now gone live, according to Sound Particles. A free audio file management tool plus a cloud-based subscription service with access to more than 100,000 high-quality sound effects make up thi0s product.

This combo aims to provide sound designers and content producers everything they need for recording projects in a single handy bundle.

Users may organize and browse their collection of audio files easily with the help of the program Explorer, which is free to download and supports all audio file types, from mono to multi-channel surround and immersive. A thorough metadata system enables files to be marked with a variety of information, including channel count, classifications, sample rate, and much more. Files may be imported or dragged into Explorer.

Files may be arranged using a playlist system for further organization. Users may also utilize a customized star-based ranking system and view the sounds that have been exported the most frequently. Before exporting, users may additionally apply effects and processing within the program, including as gain, pitch shifting, polarity inversion, normalization, and reverse.

As an optional add-on to the Explorer program, SFX Cloud is a cloud-based library of more than 100,000 mono, stereo, multi-channel, and Ambisonics sound effects. Once they have a subscription, customers may use the unlimited number of downloads of the Explorer program to merge the online library with their own local data. Users will be able to access the whole collection for one single payment without the need for any membership levels.

Nuno Fonseca, founder and CEO of Sound Particles said:

“Our goal with SFX Cloud is to provide a professional SFX cloud for all our client’s needs. Whether they are working on a film, a game, or any other creative project, we want to make it easy and fast for them to find and use the perfect sound effects to bring their vision to life. We are proud to offer a wide range of high-quality audio files, provided by our partners in the industry. We share the proceeds of this endeavour with our partners because we believe in the power of collaboration and are committed to supporting the sound design community.”

Explorer is available now as a free download from the Sound Particles website. SFX Cloud is also live now.