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What are royalty-free sound effects?

Sound effects, often referred to as SFX, are audio clips that are added to videos during the post-production phase. They’re a crucial addition to any video, helping to add emotion and make any scene more believable, while immersing your audience into the story. Together with the visuals and royalty-free music, sound effects complete your story and convince viewers that what they’re seeing is real.

There are many different types of sound effects: human voices and bodily functions, cartoon sounds, futuristic sound effects, cartoon sound effects, gaming sound effects, sounds that convey movements or transitions, ambient nature and city sounds, and much, much more.

On Motion Array, you’ll find a huge range of royalty-free sound effects, meaning that you can use the assets in your content without having to pay royalty fees or worry about legal issues. There’s also a bunch of free sound effects that you can use to start experimenting with sound design.

How to add sound effects to your projects

Once you’ve chosen your sound effects, you can drag and drop them into your editing software. To apply them seamlessly into your project, make sure that you fade them in and out in order to achieve a natural feel. Tweak the volume to make sure that your sound effects work well with the music, dialogue and any other sounds you may have in your video.
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