Krotos Unveils Sound Design Toolkit, Krotos Studio | New

Sound design software company Krotos has launched a beta version of Krotos Studio, which allows users to simply create a compelling and personalized sound design.

The software was extensively demonstrated at NAMM 2022 (see below).

The software provides high production value templates that can be tailored to match every detail of the audio to the audio required for the scene. You can also import your own recordings and sound libraries and use them in the built-in templates or create your own custom templates.

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Krotos aims to speed up the sound design process, eliminating the need to spend hours researching, editing, layering different sounds to create the sounds you need.

Krotos says its libraries include footsteps, whooshes, sound effects, vehicles, weapons, and “an endless list of sounds, which can be played in real time and like you’ve never seen before in any software.”

Upon release – which is slated for next year – Krotos Studio will come with an online library of hundreds of thousands of sound assets and thousands of professionally designed presets.

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Krotos CEO Orfeas Boteas said, “Content creation is booming, making the demand for great sound stronger than ever. Creating great sound still relies on time-consuming research and editing workflows and multiple solutions that limit creativity.

“Krotos Studio will appeal to a diverse group of content creators, whether audio professionals or prosumers, from low-budget independents to professional filmmakers, YouTubers, videographers, podcasters and beyond. The software will have seamless integrations with digital audio workstations, video editing software and game engines. We also anticipate that the interactive nature of the software and its ability to be used in real time will make it ideal for metaverse applications.

Krotos is currently running a beta program for the software – you can join the waitlist for this at https://www.krotosaudio.com/krotos-studio.

Abdul J. Gaspar