"Found sound" refers, broadly speaking, to the use in music of audio content not specifically created for that purpose. This can include field recordings, sound that has been literally found such as shortwave numbers stations, and sampling of spoken word pieces.
It is most commonly associated with the ambient and experimental genres.
|1||Sub-Lines — Social Interiors|
|2||Be Good to Them Always — The Books|
|3||Where You'll Find Me Now — Neutral Milk Hotel|
|4||Frozen Peas Spot — Orson Welles|
|5||HardBodies — Aube|
|6||phototrope — mr swim|
|7||O, Aluha! — Eleven &the Falcons|
|8||on the frontporch excerpt — the bartleby project|
|9||ooning — mr swim|
|10||earths womb (birth of time) excerpt — the bartleby project|