Frequently Asked Questions

Is there any limitation of use applying to the contents of this site?

No limitation applying for personal use. Downloading our files to your hard drive, editing them, compiling your own audio test CDs are all fine with us.

Redistributing our files might be OK, as long as you do not edit their contents, and you do give credit to our website.

Any commercial use requires a proper clearance. Please contact me at graphic.

Do you sell any audio test CDs?

No, I don't. I encourage you to make your very own instead. Follow detailed instructions here.

I can't hear any of your audio files, but download is fine.

To ensure the widest compatibility across browsers, operating systems, and slower Internet connections, sounds have been mp3 encoded. If your (corporate) firewall has been set up to block mp3 streaming, you won't hear any sound associated with the playable icons.

As a work-around, download the uncompressed files instead (click the down arrow ↓ associated with each sound) and play them back straight from your hard drive.

I have suggestions for improving this site, or I would like to submit comments, remarks or new links. Should I forward them?

Sure! Please contact me at graphic.

I would like to support your site. What can I do?

Make this site read better in English. I use English as a second language. Please help me improve the quality of these pages by proofreading a few lines, a paragraph or two, or even better, a full page (please look for the newest pages in priority - see the homepage for the newest pages).

You can also increase our popularity by creating a link from your website to ours, or become a sponsor.

Who is behind this site?

Have a look here. Feel free to contact me if you see any opportunity to team up together in any sound processing project of yours. I am always looking forward not only to giving a hand, but to learning new areas of research related to my domain of interest and expertise: sound processing and audio signals!
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