The Sound Effects Library has signed an agreement with the BBC that will make BBC sounds accessible to the public online. The BBC library of 165 CDs worth of effects will be added to the Sound Effects Library’s extensive archives that users can search, audition, purchase and download in high-quality, 16-bit 44.1 or 48 kHz WAV or AIFF sound files. For more information, go to www.sound-effects-library.com.
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