5 Ways to Make Some Halloween Noise


Professional Sound Effects

When you're looking for high quality spooky sound effects, start by looking in the same places you'd go to for music. Many music sellers - online or brick-and-mortar stores - also frequently stock CDs of scary sound effects. Look for royalty-free sound effects libraries and albums. If you can, browse albums online before you buy - it's easier to listen to samples of each track this way.

While there are a lot of free sound effects available online, buyer beware: Listen to a sample before you download, or risk being stuck with a less-than-blood curdling scream MP3.