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A Note on Sounds: All sound effects and ambient tracks used in the audio Intro and Outro of Sound Never Tasted So Good, as well as in the student produced soundtracks, were downloaded for free via Freesound.org. Additionally, short excerpts of the following songs were used in the audio Intro and Outro:
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