greetings, I shall respond here, and I shall also send you a private message containing the same contents as this comment. Examining the terms of the creative commons 3.0 noncommercial, I have gathered the following. I may share, copy, or redistribute the work. I may also adapt, remix, or transform the material as I see fit... except, for commercial purposes. Under the following conditions. A. I cannot use the material for commercial purposes (I.E., sell it, monetize it on a platform, etc). B. I must give proper attribution to the original author, (I.E., link to the original media). Best.
Some of the sounds you've used are non-free. I.e. 33181 by ERH is cc-noncommercial (i.e. it is only for personal use), so you can release it as -BY license. I would suggest omitting the source of such non-free sounds, and changing their pitch a bit, that way nobody will ever find that you have stolen them, especially when they are mixed with other sounds, and even if they find it, they will have a very hard time proving that at court.
This was recorded with a pair of sound professionals sbtfb ts or something. Basically a set of binaural microphones from sound professionals. Sadly I no longer have these microphones. Glad you like it! Plenty of spatial audio in the binaural microphones pack... Binaural microphones in general are things of beauty if used correctly.