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Re: database of anechoic recordings

This isn't exactly what you asked for, but there is a single such recording in the collection at the University of Iowa web pages here:
The lone example that is not a musical instrument is a balloon pop.  The helpful part is that this project, conducted by Lawrence Fritts, is an ongoing project.  If you write to him you may well be able to convince him to add in some samples of ordinary sounds.
Eric Benjamin

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	From: AUDITORY Research in Auditory Perception on behalf of Marc Schoenwiesner 
	Sent: Sat 2/25/2006 5:14 PM 
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	Subject: database of anechoic recordings

	I'm looking for good quality recordings of sounds (anything except speech or
	musical instruments) in an anechoic environment. Is anyone aware of a free or
	commercial collection of such sounds?

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