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==Projects==
 
==Projects==
 
* [http://aporee.org/maps/ radio aporee ::: soundmap], a growing global archive of geo-bound recordings, reflecting the complexity of our sonic environments, as well as the different perception and artistic perspectives of its many contributors, in relation to sound, space and places.
 
* [http://aporee.org/maps/ radio aporee ::: soundmap], a growing global archive of geo-bound recordings, reflecting the complexity of our sonic environments, as well as the different perception and artistic perspectives of its many contributors, in relation to sound, space and places.
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* [http://www.petercusack.org/ Peter Cusack's sound database].
 
* [http://panto-graph.net/favouritesounds/ Favourite Sounds of Prague], an open, collaborative, online community dedicated to fieldrecording, urbanism, phonography and psychogeography of Prague.  
 
* [http://panto-graph.net/favouritesounds/ Favourite Sounds of Prague], an open, collaborative, online community dedicated to fieldrecording, urbanism, phonography and psychogeography of Prague.  
* [http://www.petercusack.org/ Peter Cusack's sound database]
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* [http://nula.cc/ nula.cc], a ser­ies of file­casts, each con­sist­ing of an as­semb­lage of sounds, im­ages, or words.
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* [http://www.soundsofeurope.eu/ Sounds of Europe], a platform for field recording.
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* [http://www.stuffinablank.com/soundscapes.html Listen to the World: Online Soundscapes], exhibition of online sound projects.
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

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