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here's another one: freeSFX + Easy to navigate thematic organization + Curated generally useful incidental sounds + Free commercial use, provided not main focus (full license) - relatively small collection (a couple of thousand sounds in my estimation)


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This is a Community Wiki answer, feel free to add your finds... Field Recording Databases Freesound >> http://freesound.org/ (added by yunque) + Search by license, format, bitrate, sample rate, tags, etc. + Open project, user-based (can search similar sounds recorded by the same person). - Variable quality. British Library ...


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StuffIt's SITX has algorithms for compressing uncompressed audio formats built into their format, and I've known a lot of people who use it when Digidelivery/Aspera isn't an option and we have to resort to FTP et al. Luckily they are now Win and Mac (used to be Mac only), so it's become a universal format, although not quite as deeply-compatible as say ZIP, ...


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