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New Source Of Sounds... Sounds Of Sumatra
by Dan Dugan

An unusual newcomer to the sample and sound effects libraries is a series of recordings of naturally occurring sounds from around the world produced by Natural Sound Source. The first CD released is "The Sounds of Sumatra", a compilation of original recordings made on and around the Indonesian island. The CD has been produced with both the general public and the recording and broadcasting industries in mind, and contains 32 tracks between 5 seconds and 10 minutes in length. Twenty-seven are stereo, and the sounds can be used either in their raw state as atmospheres or as individual sounds to be sampled.

Natural Sound Source, UK. Tel: +44 155 962 4755

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