Gap Stuff: A new FX library designed by Brandy

Good news for audio producers & radio people! A brand new production and on-air FX library is here: Gap Stuff, FX that kills the blanks – 2 must have CDs loaded with production tools for radio, TV, film, games and commercials.

Gap Stuff, design by Brandy

The library is available in 2 flavours: Ruff (175 phatt elements) and Silk (175 smooth elements)

Gap Stuff is the result of a worldwide market survey among producers. It’s a toolbox of FX that are transparent, powerful, conveniently categorized and super functional.

The first reactions are very positive. Here’s what some of their clients have to say:

“There are so many sound effects libraries out there, but GAP STUFF is just stuff I can use. There’s no waste!”

“For years I’ve been working my way through CDs full of noise, just filtering out the few parts that were usable on my station. Now I can just pinpoint the sound I need without having to cross my fingers and hope for the best. It really is what I’ve been waiting for!”

Check the demos out at

GAP STUFF RUFF #01 means instant gratification for anyone who’s serious about sound. This collection of 175 phatt elements was designed with just one goal: to create the ultimate production toolbox. CHR & Hot AC radio producers will love it, yet its clean and sparkly sound works in many more environments.

GAP STUFF SILK #01 is the perfect match for Soft AC and News/Talk formats: a collection of sound design elements that combine class, transparency and positivity. It consists of 178 smooth elements with all the functionality you’d come to expect from a traditional FX library – yet bringing something new and different to the table. Lots of full blown radio-ready effects and even more stripped-to-the-bone elements provide a new perspective on on contemporary sound design.

You may also like...

1 Response

  1. kalo says:


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.