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Audacity has a Truncate Silence effect (Effect > Truncate Silence...) which should be able to do what you want: There are many other alternatives in other applications - but these are for Windows or OSX. I'll list them here for other users with same question but different host/OS needs: Pro Tools - Strip Silence Reaper - Dynamic Split Cubase - Cut head ...


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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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In my opinion, there is no commercial art. When you produce something with the intention to sell it, it is a product and not an artwork. So for me, the purpose is the deciding factor, if something is art or not. As an example: The music industrie vs. homemade music: The music industrie engineers songs on purpose. From the start, the songs are written for ...


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You may like to try out 'Fracture' by Glitchmachines: http://www.glitchmachines.com/downloads/fracture/ It's a buffer effect, a multimode filter, three LFOs and a delay - basically it'll mess your sound up beyond all recognition and it's quite fun just hitting randomize to see what happens. A bit of a work around for the doppler effect is 'Proximity' by ...


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