NASA - Earth Songs (VLF sounds)
Nature Sounds Society - World-wide organization whose principal purpose is to encourage the preservation, appreciation and creative use of natural sounds
http://www.pugetsoundman.com - Info about gear and recording
Save our sounds - America's recorded sound heritage project
Lang Thompson's Documentary Sound - Partial discography and guide to resources for documentary sound
Rudy Trubitt - Field recording guide
The Vermont Folklife Center - Audio Field Recording Equipment Guide
Wild Sanctuary - Resource for natural sound and media design
World Forum for Acoustic Ecology - International association concerned with the state of the world soundscape as an ecologically balanced entity
sounds:The Freesound Project - a collaborative database of Creative Commons licensed sounds.
Pulse planet - National Geographic
Quiet American - Aaron Ximm's site, loaded with phonography
Radiantslab - Phonography Archive (Field recording repository)
2 Brains: Disc 2 - Marcelo Radulovich
Resonance104.4fm - The art of listening
Richard's fault - This site was created to chronicle the daily soundscape on a cul-de-sac street
Sonic Postcards - Sonic Postcards is concerned with the impact of sound on our lives and as with an ordinary postcard it offers the opportunity for people to exchange information about their local environments with a view to providing windows into a variety of other places, lives and cultures.
Stephen Mcgreevy's Natural VLF Radio (0.2 - 11 kHz)
labels:Accretions: Experimental, improvisational and global sounds
and/OAR: CDR label devoted to field recordings and electroacoustic composition
Anomalous Records: Label / distributor focusing on "strange musics"
CD Nature: Environmental soundscapes/Acoustic ecology
Earth Ear: Environmental sound artists
Intransitive Label & mailorder shop
Post-Concrete Raw recording art, emotional sound art
Rykodisc: "The Atmosphere Collection"
Sitelle: "The voices of Nature"
Staalplaat Bake Records
Syntonic Research Inc.: "The music of the future!"
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