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So "sonus" + "sentire" would be "sound" + "to feel". And "sonus" + "sensus" (past perf. part of "sentire") would be in agreement. But is "soni sensi" correct for "of the felt sound" ?

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If by "feel" you mean "perceived" (e.g. "I feel it's true" rather than "I feel the damp cloth"), then yes, it's correct. Do note that that's only one possible option, though.

Sensi can mean a few different things depending on the rest of the sentence. But in a phrase like Liber Soni Sensi, it would be clear that the genitive here is meant. A title like that would mean "Book of the Perceived/Felt Sound."

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