After many months of recording, listening, editing and species IDing I can finally say the African Wild West library is complete. You can check it out in all its glory on my website or at A Sound Effect. I also wrote a pretty lengthy trip diary for ASFX, so if you're a fan of long reads check it out: https://www.asoundeffect.com/senegal-sound-recording/
This is the first library that I publish with SoundMiner metadata. Up until a month ago I've been using Basehead, but recently it became progressively more buggy and difficult to work with. It got to a point where I had to manually add each line of metadata to hundreds of files because otherwise Basehead would crash. I also use BH in my day to day sound design work, and it became so frustrating that I bit the bullet and got Soundminer. I'm happy to say that so far everything works like a charm, so I'm not planning on switching back to BH anytime soon.
Another first for this library is the fact that I no longer sell my libraries through Sonniss. A while ago me and a bunch of fellow sound recordists realized we had different viewpoints and decided to stop working with the site's owners. Get in touch if you ever purchased one of my libraries through their website and need to re-download the files. Same goes if you want to download updates to existing libraries that you own. I will continue supporting this regardless of where you made the original purchase.
Next I will be working on a few more vehicle libraries and on an update for the WW2 Aircraft library. If you you might need it in the future make sure you get it now before I add the update and raise the price.