Out now on our West One Music label is the brand new Creator’s Toolkit, a series with four functional albums with music and sound effects, designed especially for editors. This series is made for editors that work across a huge variety of multimedia, to make it easier to navigate and create high-quality sound design. These albums can help elevate your soundtrack for any type of media, from promos, podcasts, corporate videos, vlogs, brand campaigns, social campaigns, TV programming and beyond.
All four albums Creator’s Toolkit: Drones and Atmospheres, Creator’s Toolkit: Transitional Effects, Creator’s Toolkit: Percussion Effects and Creator’s Toolkit: Percussion Links & Stings are available to download and sync now.
- Creator’s Toolkit: Drones and Atmospheres – the first instalment features a collection of drones and atmospheres ranging through different styles and moods, all united in their light, sparse and neutral character. This release features contemporary, minimalist tones, happy and uplifting, and darker, investigative drones as well. This is a large multi-writer album, with each composer delivering their own unique approach to the brief, as well as offering a huge range of moods and instrumentation variety across the project.
- Creator’s Toolkit: Transitional Effects – the second instalment focuses on light sound effects that are aimed at reality TV and online content. There’s a huge variety of sounds from whooshes, hits, rolls, risers, clicks, pops and suck-backs to name a few. This one is written by Liam Iliffe and Luke Brown, who have previously worked on West One Music Group releases on our Electronic Dance Series label.
- Creator’s Toolkit: Percussion Effects – the third instalment Percussion Effects is a complete collection of sounds made for creators: Live drum SFX featuring cymbal swooshes, drum rolls, one-shots and sub hits.
- Creator’s Toolkit: Percussion Links & Stings – the final album is Percussion Links & Strings. It’s a complete collection of sounds made for creators: Live drum links and stings from Funk and Hip Hop to Latin and Jazz.