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Hi guys, I remember reading a while ago on here about some compilation centred around tracks featuring field recordings.


I just remembered today this great site for a London sounds library. I heard some at a gig and they were great.





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And the deadline is Tuesday, guys. Get to work.

*gets to work because I haven't started yet*

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