Synchronization is the term that describes the way in which the sound effects you buy on can be utilized in productions that you create. A sound can be synchronized with a visual presentation (the sound of a creaky door timed perfectly to be heard when a door opens), or with other audio material such as a voice over – as in the case of a radio commercial. A sound can be synchronized for use in many media: television, radio, film, multimedia and audio-visual presentations, websites, computer games and music. All of our products are royalty free and are sold with their synchronization rights.

The rights to re-sell, re-publish or otherwise distribute sound effects and music are not obtained with your purchase. When you use the sound effects and music, they must be synchronized within a multimedia presentation, film, Web site, game, audio-visual production or broadcast.

For more detailed information see our Individual End User Sound Effects License.

If you have any questions about licensing for two or more users or custom applications that fall outside of our standard IEULA, please contact a PSE Licensing Consultant by emailing or calling us at 646-706-7728 x10.