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We can't use copyrighted sounds so where can i found non copyrighted sounds? For example http://openclipart.org/ provides non copyrighted images.

But what about sounds? Small duration sounds like a bell or something.. Maybe the sounds that are provided from a music maker program like MAGIX MUSIC MAKER 18, can i use them? I read the terms of use in their site but didn't understand if i can use these sounds...

Thanks for any answer...

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I found some royalty-free music here: animation.about.com/od/referencematerials/a/freemusicsound.htm -- I'm not sure about redistribution though. – medigeek Jul 3 '12 at 7:48
    
well i see they are not free... – Leon Vitanos Jul 3 '12 at 9:54
    
they are royalty-free, as in "you don't have to pay to use or include them" -- Here's some probably CC 3.0 content wiki.creativecommons.org/Content_Directories -- wiki.creativecommons.org/Audio#Featured_Audio_Sites – medigeek Jul 3 '12 at 14:06
    
sorry but i can't see how you can download sounds like a bell. I only find beats and russian sites... So i ask again.. Can i use the sounds that are provided from a music maker? – Leon Vitanos Jul 3 '12 at 20:49

SoundSnag.com has some free sounds and you can make sound requests in their forum

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