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You could try www.nyspi.cpmc.columbia.edu/NYSPI/RESPARS/RSP_INDX.HTM
Might not be exactly what you want but certainly includes lots of animal sounds.
Also does anyone have the procedure used to subscribe to this list anywhere?
I have a frien who wnats to join but I cannot find how I did this.
At 04:12 PM 25/10/96 -0400, you wrote:
>I am looking for some animal vocalization sounds (dog bark, cat meow, cow
>moo, etc.) in 16-bit format. I would greatly appreciate if somebody can
>give me a reference to such sound libraries or web pages.
>Biao Tian Ph.D.
>Georgetown University Medical Center
>Institute for Cognitive and Computational Sciences
>3970 Reservoir Rd. NW
>Washington, DC 20007-2197
>Phone: (202) 687-6438
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>Section on Cognitive Neuroscience
>Laboratory of Neuropsychology
>National Institute of Mental Health
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>Bethesda, MD 20892-4415
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