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Re: definition of 'real world sounds'

On Fri, 16 Apr 2004, susan allen wrote:

> Hello, I would like a definition of 'real world sounds'

Searching with Google, I've found the following:
Real world sounds: Being "real world" means the sound occurs naturally in
the real world. A sawing log is an example. A synthesized "blip" is not a
real-world sound.

(Well, according to this, the sound of a car alarm or ambulance is not a
real-world sound either...)

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