Unique Sound Effects Bundle From Tim Nielsen 79 - 22% Discount

02-05-2015 10:51 AM

Mike first came across Tim Nielsen’s sound effects libraries shortly before he made them his Find Of The Week on Podcast 142. What caught Mike’s ear was that all of Tim’s libraries bridge the divide between sound effects, sound design and music composition, so whatever you do check these out, as they make get your creative juices going. Watch Mike’s video review to hear for yourself.
We are now very pleased to be able to offer Tim’s three sound effects libraries, Earth Mother Communicator, Ether & Yellowstone as an unique bundle for just £79, which is a saving of 22% on the normal prices on independent sound effects store Sonic Salute.

Please note that this deal applies only to single user licenses, and that anyone interested in a site license should contact Sonic Salute.
Tim Nielsen is a sound designer and supervising sound editor working in Northern California at Skywalker Sound. His films have included Lord of the Rings, Pirates of Caribbean, John Carter, and Maleficent amongst many others.
Tim has been collecting sounds all his working life, however he has been so busy and hadn’t found the time to deal with all the infrastructure of setting up a site, figuring out payment, digital delivery, etc. The good news for us though is that he recently he teamed up with Mikkel and released his libraries on Mikkel Nielsen’s site - Sonic Salute.
Each of these three libraries are unique in their own way. Earth Mother Communicator is the result of a collaboration with Jeff Davis when they built and played an 8 foot sheet of steel. Ether came out of Tim’s passion for the strange sounds you can get from a radio and Yellowstone is a collection of geothermal related sounds recorded at Yellowstone.
This month you have the opportunity to purchase these three unique sound effects collection together for just over 20% less than the normal price.
There are other sound effects collections available on Mikkel Nielsen’s site Sonic Salute, so if you are looking for other sounds to enhance your own collection then check out Mikkel’s site.