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Resources of Field Recordings
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a100user
There are a lot of libraries available on-line of field recordings that can be useful for research and can be used as part of sound design or composition.

Some have been posted in the many threads on kit and having just come across another I thought I'd start this thread for folks to publish they favorites.


New latest find - not necessarily a new site is the Sound Library by the Yellowstone National Park:

https://www.nps.gov/yell/learn/photosmultimedia/soundlibrary.htm
dandandan
Watch the amazing Varg use Instagram for field recordings

https://youtu.be/xmG-bl4R3q4
Muzone
https://freesound.org/browse/

http://bbcsfx.acropolis.org.uk/

https://archive.org/details/nasaaudiocollection
mrcharles
You won't be disappointed by Radio Aporee - a fusion of field recording and google earth. Note, you can download the audio files...

https://aporee.org/maps/

Also...

https://www.conservethesound.de/

And Archive.org has a lot, too - this is the result for "soundscapes"...

https://archive.org/search.php?query=audio%20recordings&and[]=subject% 3A%22soundscape%22

And a web-based world wide shortwave rebroadcast on the internet found here:

http://websdr.ewi.utwente.nl:8901/

and the mysterious world of numbers stations...

https://archive.org/details/ird059
wigwig
mrcharles wrote:
You won't be disappointed by Radio Aporee - a fusion of field recording and google earth. Note, you can download the audio files...

https://aporee.org/maps/


This is a trip. Thank you!

I'm a bit too thick to be able to figure out how to download audio files, though.
Can you point me in the right direction?
rowsbywoof
wigwig wrote:
mrcharles wrote:
You won't be disappointed by Radio Aporee - a fusion of field recording and google earth. Note, you can download the audio files...

https://aporee.org/maps/


This is a trip. Thank you!

I'm a bit too thick to be able to figure out how to download audio files, though.
Can you point me in the right direction?


You're not kidding. I stumbled on an argument about a bike parking spot in Brooklyn. How freaking random, yet completely perfect for Quincy and Bedford. This is brilliant.
wigwig
Figured it out.
Click on one of the points of origin on the map (red dots), and look for ‘download’
wigwig wrote:
I'm a bit too thick to be able to figure out how to download audio files, though.
Can you point me in the right direction?
calaveras
I do all my own field recording. That part of the process is crucial for me.
But before I did that I'd pick up BBC sound effects records. Some of which have really mundane stuff like 'train station crowd' or 'nanny walking pram'.
Tumulishroomaroom
dandandan wrote:
Watch the amazing Varg use Instagram for field recordings

https://youtu.be/xmG-bl4R3q4

So easy, so obvious, works so well.

I've been bookmarking a few on instagram today, trying to find the right #hashtags ahah.
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