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Sony Releases Free Sound Site™ App For Windows®8

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Last Updated: October 29, 2012 7:28 pm GMT
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(Middleton, Wisconsin--October 29, 2012) Sony Creative Software, a leading global provider of professional editing and authoring solutions, today released its Sound Site™ app for Windows®8 devices. As one of the first apps available for download at the Windows Online Store, Sound Site is a mobile gateway to the Sony Sound Series line of royalty-free audio content, including its downloadable Loops & Samples and Sound Effects catalogs.

Optimized to work with Windows 8 desktop computers, and mobile devices, the Sound Site app offers convenient access to a vast portion of the Sony Sound Series catalog. Users can utilize the app to explore and audition Sound Series content; search, sort, and filter titles using a variety of criteria; discover libraries that work well together; add products to a shopping cart and purchase content, all within the Sound Site app. Now producers can access Sound Series titles, make purchases on-location or on-the-go, and then download whole titles directly to their workstation for use in their productions.

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Windows 8 users can download the Sound Site app free of charge through the Windows Store Online:

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