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Barking dog wise owl
When you see the "little blue box" and/or the "big red ball" on the right side of this page, you'll hear a sound clip. Then you'll see another box. If you push the "little blue box" (or "big red ball") you'll hear another sound clip.
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What makes us different:
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If you see the words "Barking Dog Wise Owl" and/or the word "Sounds" above this paragraph, it means that our sound clips are freely avlable to everyone.
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Where do our clips come from?
Most of our clips come from the Library of Congress website. Our "Sounds" are from a great new resource for the public - the Internet Archive. And we found one clip from a very special source - the Museum of Radio History.
You will find a list of our sound clips at the bottom of the right hand column of this page. If you think we could improve the sound quality of our clips, please tell us. We welcome your ideas.
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The Internet Archive
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