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There's a database of elephant sounds at http://www.elephantvoices.org/ and you could try The Elephant Listening Project: http://www.birds.cornell.edu/BRP/elephant/


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Two resources to try: Ann Krober at Sound Mountain. She oversees a vast library of sounds that may or may not include playful elephants. The Macaulay Library. From their site: The Macaulay Library is the world's largest and oldest scientific archive of biodiversity audio and video recordings. Our mission is to collect and preserve recordings of each ...


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Four Tet regularly uses Audacity and to answer Clark's question, familiarity with the software.


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Sure, there are plenty of recordings done with Audacity, but why would a professional use it while there are many more functional programs available? In a pinch, it would work well enough.


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I found some ski recordings, including jumps and stuff. It also comes along with ice and snow textures http://www.asoundeffect.com/sound-library/snow-and-ice-textures/


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