One of my references is an audio file. It feels funny to say
bla bla bla (see such-and-so audio recordings).
Is there some Latin I could use in place of "see"?
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See; consult (used as an instruction in a text to refer the reader to a specified passage, book, author, etc., for further information):
'vide the comments cited in Schlosser'
'Indeed, she was no mean composer herself, vide her full-length opera The Smugglers of Penzance.'
–Oxford dictionary, which includes other example uses
A lot of English readers may not know what vide means, but you did ask for a Latin word. It can be abbreviated as v. according to the Chicago Manual of Style. Meanwhile Cf literally and traditionally means to compare, not to consult.