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What is a good source for sound effects for use in an indie game production (C#, XNA)?

  • The sounds do not need to be free.
  • They, however, should have a clear licence for commercial use.
  • The website should allow for searching, browsing and preview (or better: pre-listening).

I already had a look at but their collection is not too large. I am specifically looking for sound effects. No music and no ways to make my own sounds.

All help is greatly appreciated!

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closed as not constructive by Josh Petrie, Tetrad Jan 21 '13 at 18:01

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Have you tried – Robert Rouhani Jan 19 '13 at 21:46
possible duplicate of Where can I find free sounds for my game? – Josh Petrie Jan 21 '13 at 16:57
(I also think the question isn't constructive, since it's a "list-of-X" with no possible single answer). – Josh Petrie Jan 21 '13 at 16:59

Personally I use they are reputable and have been used by several major companies.

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An indie game might be a good place for some old school [self generated midi sound effects].1.

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