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Royalty-Free Animal Sounds??

filipjonathan

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Hi guys!
I've been working on a lot of kids songs recently and a few times I really needed some royalty-free samples but I couldn't find any proper site, they all either look dodgy or the licensing is vague. I need proper monkey sounds, lion roars, cows mooing, etc. I found a bunch of them on YouTube but I don't want to risk it since these are projects for clients and they need to have all samples cleared for YT. Do you know of any sites or even better, sample libraries? I've tried epidemic sound but they don't have everything I'm looking for.
 

DrSgtShock

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I used a recording of an elk bugle call from the Yellowstone National Park's website for a black metal track. Quite spooky.

From the site: "The files available here were recorded in the park and are in the public domain. They may be downloaded and used without limitation; however, please credit the "National Park Service " where appropriate."
 

TigerTheFrog

Reid Rosefelt
This is all explained in my video, but you can get the stuff you're looking for by searching the Creative Commons 0 files for free on freesound.org. A direct link to the filtered CC0 sounds are here:
CC0 Filter Applied https://bit.ly/3lqNTvg

Splice has some FX, but better sources for sound effects are Soundly and EpidemicSounds and they both offer one month free. Use code SDLY to get the free month of Soundly.

There are links to a lot of sources in the body copy of my video.

 
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filipjonathan

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This is all explained in my video, but you can get the stuff you're looking for by searching the Creative Commons 0 files for free on freesound.org. A direct link to the filtered CC0 sounds are here:
CC0 Filter Applied https://bit.ly/3lqNTvg

Splice has some FX, but better sources for sound effects are Soundly and EpidemicSounds and they both offer one month free. Use code SDLY to get the free month of Soundly.

There are links to a lot of sources in the body copy of my video.

Thanks!
 
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