So as time as gone by, I've been thinking more about getting a real solid set of sounds together for my sound design experiments. I'm thinking strictly from the view of an artist with their colours with this...
...what sounds should I be sourcing to ensure I have a rock solid quality base of sounds as a palette to build others. I know I should be using my imagination with this, and of course I am here, but I'm still looking for a decent starting point to go from. Versatile, quality, useful sounds that are tried and tested to make up many other sounds. I suppose the main areas of this is for films really. What are useful things to cover the basics for most film features. (sorry, I know this is vague)
So can I ask, what material should I be trying to source? Is there any places that do these sort of 'beginner sound design' libraries? ...I don't have a lot of money at all, but I'm willing to shell out for something if it's truly worth the cash and is fully useful.
My sound library feels like it has many many holes in it, and I could do with a push from the pros. Thank you.