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I love the Open Clip Art Library, I'll be glad to hear if there is something for wave/sound simliar to the openclipart. So I can use them in my applications for playing sound effects for user interaction.

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Try FreeSound.

Freesound is a collaborative database of Creative Commons Licensed sounds. Browse, download and share sounds.

Also, check Game Content Resources which has more links. You can also consider using an audio editing application (like Audacity) to remix/build upon those sounds.

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