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PowerFX Releases Historical Sound Effects from SVTCollection pulled from National Swedish Television sound library (February 01, 2005)
PowerFX announce the addition of over 15,000 sound effects from the historic sound archives of SVT (National Swedish television) to their online sound library. Now you can search, listen, buy and download these sounds that have never been available to the public directly from www.powerfx.com.
?This comprehensive library contains so many sonic treasures that come from 50 years of recording for film and television that make this an absolute one of a kind sound collection," states Bil Bryant, managing director of PowerFX.
Here are some examples of the unique categories of sound effects from SVT:
* Trains: Vintage and Modern
* Historical Speeches and sound bites
* Global Environments
* World Music
* World religious ceremonies
* Foley sounds
* Vintage and Modern Machinery/Tools
* Impacts and Crashes
PowerFX has digitized, indexed all these sounds for both PowerFX customers and the SVT sound editors so they can be reached anywhere at anytime over the internet. All 15,000 sounds are provided royalty free to purchasers.
SVT began in September 1956 and currently runs 5 non commercial television channels in Scandinavia. SVT is rated as the most trusted media in Sweden and has produces film, television and public broadcast announcements.
Headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, PowerFX is a leading sound development innovator and content provider specializing in sampling products and sound effects for today's sound production projects. PowerFX licensors include Apple, Sony, Microsoft, Digidesign, Cakewalk, Microsoft, Ableton Live, Mark Of The Unicorn, Propellerheads, Steinberg, Bias, Denon, IK Multimedia, and Nokia. PowerFX sounds have been used in countless music, film and commercial productions.
Additional information is available at www.powerfx.com.
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