The Global Sound Movement has started its new music platform which allows music producers to get their hands on extremely rare and exotic sounds.
After a trip to Uganda with London-based charity Sound Foundation, the group, which is made up of academics and students from the University of Central Lancashire, has created an online library for use in Logic's EXS24 sampler and Native Instruments Kontakt.
The money that comes from the sample library downloads will go back to the communities where the sounds were recorded, helping to fund economic growth in those areas, creating a sustainable and rewarding fundraising cycle.
All of the sounds in the sample library are royalty free, and can be used commercially. The library consists of over 240 audio loops and over 2.5GB worth of environmental recordings, meaning there's plenty of scope for use in tracks.